Anerlisa Muigai claps back at Ben Pol over divorce papers

By Naomi Njoroge On Tue, 20 Jul, 2021 20:38 | < 1 min read
Anerlisa-Muigai & Ben-Pol PHOTO: FILE
Anerlisa-Muigai & Ben-Pol PHOTO: FILE

Keroche Heiress Anerlisa Muigai posted a cryptic message to her Instagram stories, just hours after Ben Pol’s sentiments on their ongoing divorce process.

To what may seem like a ‘war of words’ being waged on social media by the two ex-lovers, Anerlisa posted her lengthy clap back messages that read;

“A real woman avoids drama, she knows her time is precious and she’s not wasting it on unimportant things.”

“Some people aren’t loyal to you, they are loyal to their need of you. Once their need changes, so do their loyalty.”

She continued to say;

“Insecure people put others down to raise themselves up.”

“People who are intimidated by you talk bad about you with hopes that others won’t find you so appealing,” read in parts.

In addition, Anerlisa stated;

“A man is supposed to provide and (protect) Not (Beg) and collect.”

“Never trust your tongue when your heart is better,” she wrote in conclusion.

Anerlisa’s ex-husband Ben Pol earlier on in an exclusive 40-minute interview on YouTube disclosed that he was the one who filed for divorce and that the process has not yet been finalized.

This, he stated adding that he is no longer attracted to her.

“Kwenye mambo ya  Divorce ina process zake, na kwa hivyo Bado zinaendelea. Na mambo nyengine kwenye upande wake number moja au mengine alikuwa amuekea misuli. Kisheria Bado tumefungua ndoa, lakini kihiisia zidhani Kuna mtu anataka kuwa na mwenzake, ” he said.

The two were together since 2018 and had introduced each other to their families in Kenya and Tanzania, and later on held a lavish engagement ceremony in Kenya, after Ben proposed.

The ceremony was attended by both their families. The intimate wedding was held in Tanzania weeks after Anerlisa’s younger sister Tecras’ death.

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