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Amber Ray confirms break up with businessman Jamal Rohosafi

By Kevin Koech On Fri, 23 Jul, 2021 18:46 | 2 mins read
In a Q & A session on Instagram, the socialite confirmed rumours that they are no longer together days after Jamal deactivated his Instagram page. PHOTO: Courtesy

Controversial socialite Faith Makau, alias Amber Ray has confirmed that she has broken up with businessman Jimal Ibrahim Marlow, alias Jamal Rohosafi.

In a Q & A session on Instagram, the socialite confirmed rumours that they are no longer together days after Jamal deactivated his Instagram page.

“Are you together with Jamal? If not what happened? All will be well,” asked a fan to which Amber replied, “No, not anymore.”

The mother of one also stated that she is not affected by the break up, adding that her life is all about making memories.

“Like I said, I live for now and life is all about creating memories,” she wrote.

Further, Amber spoke on her recent confrontation with Jamal’s first wife, Amira, claiming that she was fighting for herself and not for Jamal.

“Actually, I was fighting for me. Hata sahii mtu akinikanyanga, napita na yeye (Even now if someone steps on me, I will fight),” she said.

Recently, Amber Ray has explained why she got a tattoo of her husband Jimal Ibrahim Marlow, alias Jamal Rohosafi’s name on her back.

In a recent Q & A session on YouTube, the mother of one stated that she always wanted to have a tattoo of her lover’s name on her body.

“My second tattoo is my husband’s name. I have always wanted to put my man’s name on my body and I told myself if I find this person and really connect with him I must get a tattoo of his name,” said the socialite.

Amber also disclosed that she has two tattoos – one which she got after breaking up with her baby daddy.

“The first tattoo I got it when I was very young after breaking up with my baby daddy and I don’t even know the meaning,” she added.

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