Thursday, December 01 2016
It's been hard for Leila but this friend of her's got her smiling.A very close friend to Leila Kayondo has come out revealing what those who date rich men go through, she adds that it's even worse for the one's dating white men. Her post brought a smile on Leila Kayondo's face that she even liked it.
It turns out Fifie is dating an old man and her post follows the many negative remarks singer Leila Kayondo has received in the past few days after her ex lover, SK Mbuga, married another woman.
"This is a true story, every bi.t.ch married to any man with some coins goes through it only that, some pretend to be happy while others prefer reserving it to themselves, it's so shameful. All you people talking about Leila Kayondo, ought to know this."
"There's nothing as hard as dating an elderly man when you are young. These guys did all their rubbish now they just want to rest their old age on young girls."
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She goes on with her post; "Many times I have admired single mothers and independent ladies, they seem much happier. I also admire those living in ramshackled structures but are happy and laughing. None of these girls dating rich men is happy, even when their hubbies are out of the country, they will be bombarded with messages on Whatsapp just because they left you with some money."
"The happiest couples are those in the same age bracket but the problem with these also is one, poverty."
Fifie is dating a Mzungu, she has one child with him. It's at this point that she goes on to reveal what they go through as the interracial dating community by attacking those on Leila's case, you could be worse.
"You go on sleeping with your husband's friends, get pregnant and in the end, you tell your men those are their children, now this is not possible with us because of colour."
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