Mulamwah addresses split from girlfriend Carrol Sonnie

Mulamwah addresses split from girlfriend Carrol Sonnie

Comedian Mulamwah and the mother of his child Carrol Sonnie during happier times. PHOTO | COURTESY

  • Mulamwah insisted that there was no bad blood between the pair.
  • He said he will cherish the time he spent with his child’s mother for years to come.
  • He underscored that the pair mutually agreed to end the relationship but they will work together in a co-parent capacity to raise their child.

Comedian David Oyando, popularly known by his stage name Mulamwah, has taken to social media to address his much publicized split from girlfriend Carol Muthoni alias Carrol Sonnie.

Taking to Instagram where he posted a photo of himself and Carrol on a quad bike, Mulamwah insisted that there was no bad blood between the pair and that he will cherish the time he spent with his child’s mother for years to come.

“This is my favourite picture of us in my gallery, only you and I know what memories it evokes and what prevailed after. It has been the best experience with you by my side. Sad, but Carrol & I decided to call it quits,” he wrote.

He similarly underscored that the pair mutually agreed to end the relationship but they will work together in a co-parent capacity to raise their child.

“Of course, our beautiful daughter’s priorities come first, and she will never lack anything within my reach,” he stated.

Mulamwah hit back at individuals who were quick to judge the failed relationship, citing that after much deliberation, the couple decided to exit the relationship that was slowly growing toxic.

“Maybe one day it will all unfold open and you’ll get a clear picture of what really transpired, it’s not easy to just step out without solid reasons, we could no longer sacrifice our peace and live in pretence for your happiness,” he said.

Mulamwah also advised fighting couples to resolve their differences amicably and not to result to violence.

 “And to other couples out there, when things don’t work out don’t resolve to violence, sit down and straighten things out peacefully, there’s always still life after everything,” he said.