Amber Ray’s estranged Sierra Leonean boyfriend Kabba has shared a cryptic message on his Instagram that seemingly refers to his bitter beak-up with the socialite.
Without mentioning names, Kabba, through his Instastories insisted that it is hard to change a hussy (lack of a better word) into a housewife.
In another slide, the basketballer said he was now a free man adding the Juju did not work on him for long. He went on to thank God for saving him.
“I don’t know who needs to hear this, but you cannot turn a h*e into a housewife. I’m a free man like Mandela. The juju didn’t stay long on me, thank God for helping me,” said Kabba.
It is worth noting that the 30-year-old socialite has for some time now been accused of using black magic to attract and maintain the multiple men she has dated.
Kabba’s post elicited mixed reactions on social media.
Irenee Kalendi said: “That’s a bitter soul. You also can’t convert a he-goat into a real committed man.”
Martin Mkenya said: “Madam is character developing men globally hadi they can only attribute their experiences to juju.”
Njabai Rachael said: “Ako na uchungu if he didn’t care about her he wouldn’t turn into a motivational speaker.”
Jigz Johntez said: “Kenyan men advised you but you thought you’re smarter than them.”
Judy Ngereso said: “Real men don’t insult women if he was attracted to her it means birds of the same feather.Angetaka pastor angeenda kanisani kutafuta.”
In April, Kabba took to social media to announce that he and Amber born Faith Makau, were no longer an item.
Even though the basketballer seemed to cherish the happy moments they shared together, he seemingly regretted dating the tricenarian.
The West African man divulged that he met Amber at a nightclub and they immediately fell in love.
He said he felt they rushed their relationship and did not listen to what people were saying about Amber’s disposition.
In the post, the heartbroken man admitted that he dearly loved Amber but she did not reciprocate, saying had he known her past, he would never have dated her in the first place.
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