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I think Mulamwah was dumped like a piece of trash by his lover Carol. Here’s why

Comedian Mulamwah is in a world of hurt. Why? He and his lover Carol Sonnie are no longer together. This comes after gossip blogs and sites learned that Carol had deleted all his photos from her social media pages.

Some thought that the move was a stunt but saw the seriousness later on after Mulamwah himself delivered the sad news on his social media pages.

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His long-winded and sad message was an ode to the woman who had been with him for 2 years. Reading between the lines of his poem, one can see that he still isn’t over her and that the pain was coursing through his veins. Read the message below:

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Dear SONIE , 💔 I am not a prolific Writter but I will try …. This wasn't an easy decision to make at all , especially at this point of my life . it has been a tough year already for me , and for both of us too , almost losing everything . But all this hapening now has been synergized and augumented by the recent “anthology” of events best known to us . The day we met we Laughed for a few minutes , made fun not knowing that we will be still together for the next 2years . Fate brought us together , and it's here again but for different reasons . I always wished to have a cute girl but God gave me an exquisite one , more than I had asked for . It has been real , the love … the fun and everything else we did together. I can't recall all but honestly it has been the best time of my life . I always carried you on my shoulders ; I don't know what you saw ahead 🥺 while was too preoccupied making sure that you remain at the top . I always believed that when you elevate your woman she will stand in for you when you are at your worst , and for many others in society too. That's all I ever wished and still wish for you , the very best in life , and in all aspects . Lessons are there to be learned, and eggs have to be broken to make omelettes . Mwenye alienda haja husahau , but mwenye alikanyaga hatawai . I believe all this will one day make sense . Asante sana for always being there for me . You made sure that am not a caricature. Can't say any more but wish you all the best the world can offer in your Bussiness , familly and careeer. I respect everything about you and decisions , what makes you happy makes me happy too , for the gender is for the goose , For this , Some will be happy (Kamati) , some sad but What matters is how you feel and progress on , even as we part ways I will always love you and keep you at heart until the day I will undergo rigor mortis , livor mortis and algor mortis . The when , the why and the how remains between us . Merci mi amor 🖤🖤

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My only issue with the message above is the cognitive dissonance that it displays. At the beginning of the long message, Mulamwah makes it look like the break-up might have been his idea or at the very best mutual.

I don’t buy that. Why?

One, the flowery prose the actor uses for a woman that he has suddenly broken up with shows that he might still harbour the hopes of getting back with her. A man who has moved on rarely if ever writes such a message to his ex. The most he will do is give her closure and that’s it.

Secondly, the fact that he posted her image in a break-up message while she herself had deleted his photos with no remorse shows me who was OK letting it burn. Talk about moving on without looking back in the rearview.

Lastly, a section of his long message shows the reason that the two might have gone their separate ways. It reads,

I always carried you on my shoulders ; I don’t know what you saw ahead 🥺 while was too preoccupied making sure that you remain at the top . I always believed that when you elevate your woman she will stand in for you when you are at your worst…

This section shows me that Mulamwah might have been blindsided when Carol decided to move on. The words in particular, “I always believed that when you elevate your woman she will stand in for you when you are at your worst,” shows me a man who is still in shock at the way the relationship ended.

A relationship he clearly wanted to nurture for the long-term but it does take two to tango.

But I could be wrong.

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