‘If I did an interview, sijui utaficha sura wapi?’ -Anerlisa unleashes fury at Tanzanian ex-husband

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On Mon, 16 Jan, 2023 10:34 | 2 mins read
'If I did an interview, sijui utaficha sura wapi?' -Anerlisa unleashes fury at Tanzanian ex-husband
Anerlisa Muigai and Ben Pol. PHOTO/Courtesy.

Anerlisa Muigai has issued new ultimatums to her Tanzanian ex-husband Ben Pol, warning that if he fails to adhere to her demands she will expose him further.

The whole drama started after Ben Pol while speaking during an interview with Millard Ayo said that he did not enjoy his marriage to Anerlisa.

In her effort to save her image to the public following the explosive interview, Anerlisa Muigai shared screenshots of what seemed like their last conversation with her ex-husband.

In the texts, Ben Pol confessed that Christmas was not the same anymore without Anerlisa around, further claiming that he was not with the Keroche heiress for her money.

Anerlisa didn't stop there after exposing Ben Pol's texts to her, she has now issued an ultimatum to her ex-husband vowing to expose him even more if he doesn’t stop talking about her in media interviews.

The Keroche heiress warned Ben Pol that she was no longer his wife or friend, stressing that he should move on and stop having any hope that she will get back together with him.

After a long calculated thought, I decided not to talk about my past relationship because realized it’s really not worth my time and I am better than that… but just to make something clear to Ben… it’s been 2 YEARS since we separated, I am NOT YOUR WIFE and clearly not your friend. Move on and stop hoping we will get back together. It will never happen. You know very well if I did an interview, sijui utaficha sura wapi?” Anerlisa Muigai wrote in part.

Anerlisa further warned Ben Pol to keep off any topics about her, stressing that the Bongo singer should focus on his mental issues.

So, to save you from embarrassment, KEEP ANY TOPICS ABOUT ME AWAY FROM YOUR MOUTH (even positive about me) and focus on your mental issues. My name can not be used every time you feel irrelevant or want to promote your songs. If the music career has failed, then look for a job or go back to school… DONE," she added.

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