Singer Marya has come out to expose her husband, Kevin, for neglecting her and their son. She claims, he parties too much and has blatant affairs with some of his conquests calling her to gloat about it.
In an angry rant Marya wrote,
“I am tired of the many DMs and calls. Yes, I was depressed of my marriage, I did things I’m not proud of dating a narcissist lead me to depression kazi ni ku party not caring about me and your son.”
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“Sleeping with women making me ask for help from people in order to feed us, women calling me telling me you are sleeping pamoja, how you bad mouth me to them. it is well, it is well, Kevin ni sawa karma is a bitch. Nilivumilia Sana your habits but Sasa nimetoka mwisho.”
“Continue calling and texting me, calling me names, call me a drug addict, kila kitu. All those things I did was to avoid seeing the truth. Paint me as bad as you want but nimevumilia ya kutosha I say. And for the lady who called bragging to me how you were in my bed, eti ‘I’ve lost a good guy!’. You don’t know the half of it. Kaa hapo yours is coming. Kama mbaya mbaya I’m done. My son needs to see a happy mother. You have said you want us to go the legal way. Sawa basis, waiting on that call. talking with so much hurt and anger
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Kevin responded to the accusations by posting on his Instastories calling Marya out saying that she should be careful how she closes a door that she is walking out of.
“Never break the pot that once gave you water. Never bite the hands that once fed you. Never despise the home that once gave you shelter. Never punch holes in the umbrella that once gave you cover. Never insult the breasts that once gave you pleasure. And never malign the church that once gave you fire.”
“If, for now, you have outgrown their usefulness, leave them intact, and go quietly and honourably. For it may be the time and season of a breakthrough for others also. Be careful how you close a door. Never ever bang it, you may need to walk through that same door tomorrow.”