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‘Why did you cheat on me?’ – Milly Chebby asks Terence while explaining how she’s an open book

By Naomi Njoroge On Mon, 6 Sep, 2021 20:27 | 2 mins read
Comedian Terence and his wife Milly Chebby. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Sensational couple Lawrence Macharia alias Terence Creative and his wife Milly Chebby indulged in a candid conversation to discuss the intimate and very personal aspects of their lives as well as their marital woes thus far.

Speaking on their regular Youtube series dubbed ‘Convo Corner’, Milly Chebby revealed while her husband’s infidelity saga is a thing of the past she would like to know really ‘what was the reason?’

“Babe, why did you cheat on me? (don’t say it is the devil, we finished that),” Milly asked.

Terence in his answer acknowledged he has no reason and there is no excuse for his actions.

The thing is, when it comes to cheating, it raises so many questions especially to the one on the receiving end.

I mean, No! Why cheat? Was it because your partner is not enough? Was it because you were lonely, and you wanted some attention? Why did you step out and cheat?

It breaks trust, breaks hearts and sends everyone down a pit of despair but luckily for Terence and Milly, their relationship recovered from the trauma.

That said, Milly also revealed she is keeping no secrets as she is ‘an open book’ and confessed she wanted to revenge by cheating back on Terence after the highly publicised scandal.

While answering the question on the closest she has been in cheating on Terence she answered:

“When you cheated. You came back when I was about to cheat.”

During the convo, Terence asked: “If you could change one thing about me what would it be?”

In her response, Milly said: “I really want you to know how to say no.”

The lovebirds are popularly known for their joint short comedy clips on social media like the hilarious ‘traffic radio’

They have a daughter together Milla Mwihaki Netai, and Terence has two other daughters from his previous relationship.

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