Comedian David Oyando, alias Mulamwah has explained further details that led to him being dumped by his baby mama Carol Muthoni, alias Carrol Sonie.
During an interview on Mseto East Africa which is aired on Citizen TV, the comedian revealed that the couple broke up when Sonie was three months pregnant, with the announcement made after the child was born.
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Additionally, the comedian accused his ex of impatience in terms of being understanding when he couldn’t meet some of her demands and labelled her as a woman who transitioned between relationships.
“She should give men time. Don’t rush from one relationship to the other. There was a time I could not provide this and that or buy her the best clothes and she would go look for it somewhere else from other people and it used to hurt me so much,” he explained.
He advised Kenyan women to be patient with the men they are dating, adding that during his relationship with Sonie, she would be getting what she really wanted had she been patient with him.
“That time maybe I did not have that money, right now she would be getting what she desired, we would be buying those clothes and going to places she wished for. You rushed the process and the fruits were shifted to another person,” he rebuked.
However, the comedian did praise the content creator’s characteristics as well as her humility.
“Sonnie is an active person. She fits in in any character when working together. She is humble and she will eat and live humble. Even in her new relationship, she should remain the same,” he praised.
Mulamwah on Tuesday, December 7, 2021, shared a photo of him with her seated facing each other, with Sonie just on top of him on a quad bike. This was as he spoke for the first time regarding the separation.
In his carefully-worded statement, he had affirmed that it was only them who knew what happened that led to the termination of the relationship.
He added that they had separated a long time ago but had to put their house in order before Sonie announced to the public on Monday, December 6 of the development.
“This is my favourite picture of us in my gallery, only you and I know what memories it evokes and what prevailed after. It has been the best experience with you by my side. Sad, but Carrol & I decided to call it quits.
“We both decided to separate a very long time ago but we so it fit to also put everything straight that we are no longer together as partners. Of course, our beautiful daughter’s priorities come first, and she will never lack anything within my reach,” part of Mulamwah’s post read.
Mulamwah then sent a message to his followers not to judge them for their choices and subsequent actions, promising that the full story behind the end of their union would be revealed.
“Don’t be too quick to judge either me, Carrol or Ruth for our actions and choices maybe one day it will all unfold and you’ll get a clear picture of what really transpired. It’s not easy to just step out without solid reasons, we could no longer sacrifice our peace and live in pretence for your happiness,” he advised.
He then affirmed that he was not clout-chasing, even after he had unveiled Sonie’s replacement in form of an unidentified lady on his page. A photo showed him wrapping his new bae around her shoulder as she leaned suggestively towards him.
“Instead of mockery laughter and trolls, pray for us, this is quite a lot for us to go through now, you never know who could be next. We don’t clout – (as you call it)- on such sensitive matters involving lives. All the best, baraka,” he concluded.
Their split caused ripples across the country and earlier on Tuesday, singer Dennis Manja, also known popularly as B Classic declared his love for Sonie, a day after she announced that Mulamwah and her had called it quits.
Watch Mulamwah’s interview below: