“It wasn’t love, just content” – Manzi wa Kibera denies dating 67-year old lover hours after his burial

David Osoro
David Osoro

Kenyan socialite Manzi wa Kibera aka Wambo has surprised a section of her fans and followers by claiming that she never had a romantic relationship with the late Samuel Nzuki Ndunda.

This revelation came shortly after she was conspicuously absent from Nzuki’s burial at Lang’ata cemetery.

Wambo now asserts that their supposed love story was purely for online content, and they were never romantically involved…talk about clout-chasing on another level.

“I was not in a relationship with the late Mzee Nzuki; it was just for online content. It wasn’t real,” clarified Manzi wa Kibera.

Her statement was corroborated by a Chali wa Kibera who claims to be their manager.

“The truth is, Manzi never assumed Mzee’s title deed or took his money. Manzi wa Kibera and Mzee were not romantically involved. So whatever they gained from it, they split. It was purely online content, not a genuine relationship,” explained the manager.

Mzae aged 67, passed away on April 21. His demise occurred shortly after Manzi wa Kibera had shared photos of the two lovebirds on social media.

At the time of his passing, Nzioki had been unwell, while Manzi wa Kibera had traveled to Mombasa. She received news of his death while at the coast.

Those who do not believe this news, should go to City Mortuary and see him. He is there and I am so heartbroken. His family has everything under control,” Manzi wa Kibera said confirming Nzioki’s death.

The last publicly shared image of Manzi and Nzuki was on December 30, 2023, where the two displayed their affection for each other. They had celebrated Christmas together, with Manzi expressing their enduring love, stating, “Love lives here ❤️😍💋.”

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