Betty Kyallo and Mwalimu Churchill teamed up this past week in one of the best shows of 2020. The two celebs who are from the Kamba ethnic community gave fans the time of their lives with Churchill interviewing the bubbly Betty.
The interview was such a memento for the former K24 host that she even made a note about how special it was in her latest vlog on BK Lately.
Betty admitted that she had gambled on whether to watch her interview on Churchill or her vlog that premiered almost at the same time.
She confessed that the interview had done so well with Kenyans that the mother of one finally opened up on what made it one of the most special interviews she has had.
She recounted, “It was like I was reciting my life story directly to the lens and I got so emotional, at one point I nearly broke down but I tried to hold myself and be strong. I was literally being honest with myself in that interview; I accepted my not-so-pretty past and I openly spoke about it.”
She also came clean on her very rough relationship with her dad, but that how spoke about her during his interview with Churchill touched her.
He called me “daddy’s girl”. He was so proud of me and that was so special to me. I even texted him and said, “dad thank you so much for saying all those amazing words to me”. Because I never got to hear them many times while growing up. I got to hear what he actually thought about me.
And it wasn’t only her dad’s words that impressed Betty, her mom and sister’s words also amazed her,
“I’m happy I was alive to hear what my family had to say about Betty. In life, tell the people you love, what you think about them, what you love about them, what they do that makes you happy. Don’t wait to say it to them at their funeral or on their sick bed,” she urged her fans.