Media personality and business lady Betty Kyallo has spoken about how her mans treats her like a queen.
She is not in a ‘Nairobi-fied’ relationship, the one where you are sharing an hauna idea. Nairobi per person sharing is not Betty’s reality.
Betty confirmed this on her social when she announced that her Ethiopian Bae treats her like royalty.
He makes her feel loves and wanted.
In her usual fashion, while she was driving, she dropped nuggets of wisdom advising people to watch out whom they get into a relationship with.
Betty was overcome by the lyric of a song that intimated the singer’s esteem has skyrocketed because their bae walks with them and loves them.
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Speaking to men, she said, that they should make their women feel like they are the best thing since sliced bread.
And advised her fellow ladies not to date or be in a relationship with someone who does anything less than make then feel good.
She concluded that relationships are about making each other feel good and loved. The mad should feel like he is a “mufasa” or part of the “deep state” while the lady should feel like “queen Sheba”.
Betty revealed that her Ethiopian bae calls her the Queen of Sheba, leader of a dynasty.
Ethiopians ever Queen Sheba. According to the Gospels of Matthew (12:42) and Luke (11:31), the “queen of the South” is claimed to be the queen of Ethiopia.
In those times, King Solomon sought merchants from all over the world, in order to buy materials for the building of the Temple. Among them was Tamrin, great merchant of Queen Makeda of Ethiopia.
Having returned to Ethiopia, Tamrin told the queen of the wonderful things he had seen in Jerusalem, and of Solomon’s wisdom and generosity, whereupon she decided to visit Solomon. She was warmly welcomed, given a palace for dwelling, and received great gifts every day.
Solomon and Makeda spoke with great wisdom, and instructed by him, she converted to Judaism.
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Before she left, there was a great feast in the king’s palace. Makeda stayed in the palace overnight, after Solomon had sworn that he would not do her any harm, while she swore in return that she would not steal from him.
As the meals had been spicy, Makeda awoke thirsty at night and went to drink some water, when Solomon appeared, reminding her of her oath.
She answered: “Ignore your oath, just let me drink water.”
That same night, Solomon had a dream about the sun rising over Israel, but being mistreated and despised by the Jews, the sun moved to shine over Ethiopia and Rome (i.e. the Byzantine empire).
Solomon gave Makeda a ring as a token of faith, and then she left. On her way home, she gave birth to a son, whom she named Baina-leḥkem (i.e. bin al-ḥakīm, “Son of the Wise Man”, later called Menilek).
After the boy had grown up in Ethiopia, he went to Jerusalem carrying the ring and was received with great honours.