Nairobi businessman Jimal Marlow Ibrahim, popularly know as Jamal Rohosafi has left his fans dumbfounded after he recently deleted his Instagram account.
Jamal has for the last weeks been trending over frequent arguments and disagreements surrounding his two wives socialite Amber Ray and Amira.
A section of social media users argue that Jamal decision to delete his account was caused the embarrassments which in turn got him into hot soup with netizens trolling him.
His second wife Amber has not yet revealed to fans why her husband opted to deactivate his account.
This comes a month after the two, Amira and her co-wife Amber Ray engaged in a heated war of words at Amber’s residence in Syokimau.
In a viral video, the two women could be heard we exchanging unsavory words with Amber accusing her co-wife of organising a gang to attack her.
Further, Amber is heard telling off Amira daring her to a fist-fight as Amira accuses her of being a gold-digger, prostitute and husband snatcher.
In her defence, Amber claimed that she did not seduce or lure Jamal with love portions to marry her.
After an intense back and forth, Amira could be seen walking away flanked by a group of women.
Amira later came with accusations that her husband is not as wealthy as he tries to showcase on social media revealing that he survives on loans.
Jamal however responded to the claims admitting that he takes loans.
“I will not lie, I take loans to finance my businesses. Every businessperson in this country that has a humble background, you have to take a loan to raise yourself to go higher,” he said.
The father of two proudly added that he owes three banks over KSh 320 million in loans, adding that such amounts can only be given to people with reliable revenue streams.
“I owe KSh 150 million in loans to a bank and another KSh 80 million and another KSh 90 million. If you owe three banks that amount then you have a good income to sustain those loans.
” A bank is not your mother’s house to check in and they will just front you the cash. They have to look at your net worth, assets and then decide to give you a loan,” he wrote.
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