Corazon Kwamboka opens up about Vera Sidika blocking her, suffering from depression

By , K24 Digital
On Sat, 25 Jun, 2022 12:00 | 2 mins read
Corazon Kwamboka opens up about Vera Sidika blocking her, suffering from depression
Corazon Kwamboka and Vera Sidika. PHOTO/Corazon Kwamboka (@corazon_kwamboka)/Instagram.

Corazon Kwamboka spoke on her strained relationship with fellow socialite Vera Sidika while responding to accusations that she copied her style of doing things.

Both Corazon and Vera threw their children lavish parties as they turned six months old. Critics claimed that the latter copied the former's idea of holding a pre-birthday party.

Addressing the allegation while speaking during an interview with YouTuber Mungai Eve, Corazon said there was no way she copied Vera because she doesn't even see what she posts on social media.

The mother of two revealed that the Mombasa-based socialite blocked her on Instagram six years ago for reasons unknown to her.

"I saw a few comments like that and it's crazy stupid. First of all, I don't check her [Vera'] page for some reason I am blocked I don't know why coz we've never interacted. But that I knew from many years ago sijui kama labda sahi ameni unblock but I don't bother. Tujawai interact na yeye in that level of… I've met her and that was years back, like maybe six years ago. So I don't know why [she blocked me]," she explained.

Corazon suffered from postpartum depression

The mother of two also opened up about suffering from postpartum depression after she gave birth to her first child on August 9 2020.

Corazon says she sneaked out of the house with her son in the dead of the night when curfew was still in place and drove without knowing where she was going.

"I had postpartum depression. First of all, I wasn't bonding with the baby I was super stressed which sometimes happens because you know sometimes you have blues. It got to a time where I was now starting to put myself in danger. I remember one day I was like at night I just started freaking out, entered the car with the baby in the middle of Corona and am driving out na kuna curfew sahio sijui curfew was 9. And I left with my car and I just started driving I don't know where I am going," she narrated.

The mother of two said that she stopped at a petrol station where she cried uncontrollably before making calls to her baby daddy Frankie who begged her to go back to the house.

"So then I drove and got to some petrol station and I started crying then I called my assistant at the time we talked a bit and then I called Frankie and we talked and then I went back to the house," she said.

Corazon noted that she discovered she was suffering from postpartum depression after talking to members of his family. She disclosed that her mother and Frankie's mom helped her get through.

"I talked to Frankie's mom and that's when I realized that actually what I am going through it wasn't the blues it was postpartum depression so then that's when I started dealing with it with the help of my mom and Frankie's mom. I didn't see a doctor but at least I had very good support," Corazon said.