Kenya: KoT Reacts to Jamal, Amber Ray Split

Kenyans on Twitter have shared their opinion after socialite Faith Makau, alias Amber Ray, broke up with his man after a six-month marriage.

Amber Ray recently confirmed via Instagram she'd split with Nairobi businessman Jamal Marlow Rohosafi, putting an end to a troubled marriage in which she was the second wife.

Socialite Amber Ray has been dumped three weeks after attacking the first wife to Jamal Roho Safi... ..

There is a simple rule that many girls forget... . However hot you are, however good you are at bedminton, however skilled you are at horizontal engineering,...

-- Jame (@Cjamehk) July 24, 2021

Yeah, its sad how people are only pointing fingers at Amber Ray. makes me wonder if we should give the man a trophy for going back to his wife

-- Madam Sarah⚡ (@OumaSarah1) July 25, 2021

Just the way she is serious here,Amber Ray should just use the same seriousness to sign divorce papers to Jamal😂😂😂

-- vincent Kipsang (@KipsangOfficial) July 24, 2021

Amber Ray confirmed the revelation via a Q and A with her fans on the social media platform.

"Are you together with Jamal, if not what happened? Asked a fan.

Amber Ray replied; "No, Not anymore".

Another fan asked; "Are you Heartbroken or feeling depressed by the fact You and Jamal mmeachana?

She replied; "Like I said, I live for now... and life is all about creating Memories".

Do you regret fight for him? Posed a fan.

She replied; "Actually I was fighting for me, ata sa hii Mtu akinikanyaga napita na yeye".

Are you single?

Amber replied "100%".

What happened to you and Jamal?

She replied "Si tulikosana tu".

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