Bahati’s baby mama, Yvette Obura, has announced she has parted ways with her fiancé, Trevor Nzomo, roughly four months after their engagement.
Giving more details on her relationship during a Question and Answer session on her Instagram, the mother of one stated that she was no longer in a relationship explaining that love in Nairobi is a scam.
“Are you in a relationship?” asked one of her fans, to which she responded, “No I’m not.”
Another asked, “You were engaged, what happened because now you are saying you are single?” She responded saying, “Mapenzi ya Kanairo is a scam.”
Considering Yvette and Trevor had been engaged for a few months, curious netizens questioned what she would do with the ring or if she had given it back.
In response, Yvette disclosed that she lost the engagement ring while changing into a different outfit for a photo shoot at the Two Rivers Mall. But, unfortunately, by the time she remembered to go back and check, it was already gone.
“Sad story, had a shoot at Two Rivers. While changing outfits I placed it somewhere. Within minutes it was gone,” she wrote.
From the onset of their relationship, the businesswoman was skeptical about introducing her man on the internet.
During a previous interview on Radio Jambo with Massawe Jappani, Yvette assured that she would never post him on social media.
“Have you ever posted him on social media?” Questioned Massawe.
Yvette replied saying, “I will never. Actually you are the one who has had the privilege of seeing him so let’s keep it on the low.”
This was Yvette’s first public relationship since breaking up with the father of her daughter five years ago. According to her, their relationship ended due to lack of interest after their daughter’s arrival.
“Nothing serious happened between us to cause for us to break up. People fall in and out of love all the time and that was our case. I was the one that fell out of love first. Other than being his baby mama I don’t like being on the limelight. I just felt I couldn’t do it.
“Diana did not steal Bahati from me, worse off when I was pregnant, no. After I delivered Mueni we went our separate ways. I know there is a narrative going on social media, people questioning how come Diana and Bahati are celebrating their five-year anniversary, yet Mueni is five. Let me just say it happened that way, doesn’t mean he was snatched from me when I was still pregnant,” she said.
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