Comedian Mulamwah back together with ex-girlfriend Sonie? Comedian David Oyando alias Mulamwah on Wednesday, January 27, left his fans guessing if he was back together with his ex-girlfriend actress Caroline Muthoni aka Sonie. This is after the comedian post a romantic video of him and Sonie singing along to Zuchu's hit song Sukari.
To confirm their rekindled love, the couple even shared a kiss towards the end of the video. Sonie also posted the same video on her Instagram handle and captioned it with two love emojis.
The video caused mixed reactions among netizens, some who commented they knew the couple would get back together, while other hoped it was not a publicity stunt.
Once deemed one of the youngest couple's goals in Kenya, the couple broke up seven months ago. Through his Instagram, Mulamwah confirmed the breakup after speculation swirled over their relationship status. The comedian noted that the split was not an easy decision to make and reiterated that he believes that the separation would one day make sense.
"This wasn't an easy decision to make at all, especially at this point in my life. It has been a tough year already for me, and for both of us too, almost losing everything. But all this happening now has been synergized and augmented by the recent "anthology" of events best known to us," Mulamwah said.
Mulamwah, who dated Sonie for two years before they broke up, said the period they dated was the best of his life. "The day we met we laughed for a few minutes, made fun not knowing that we will be still together for the next 2 years. 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," he said.
The comedian added saying, "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."