Comedian and content creator Eunice Wanjiru alias Mammito has opened up on her break up with Eddie Butita and the qualities she hopes her next man will have.
Speaking in a candid interview with Mungai Eve, she confirmed that they parted ways but was not willing to share details.
Mammito, however, stated that she is open to working with Butita, as she described him as a talented creative.
"The reason why I wouldn't want to revisit what happened between us is because it is in the past and we already talked about it, the two of us, and I think that was enough.
"Our relationship was public, yes, but we had our private moments. Those private moments we dealt with them in our own way so I wouldn't want to go public with that," she said.
Asked about what she is looking for in her next partner, Mammito stressed the importance of compatibility as she believes a couple can grow their financial muscle together.
"I look at character and if we are compatible. I consider finances too though I believe people can grow together. At the end of the day, it's not just about finances, you have to see if you get along, who he is as a person, what is his vision... such things. So you look at someone's personality not concentrating on their physical attributes," she went on.
Responding to whether she would keep her next relationship off social media, Mammito explained that she wouldn't mind sharing her love life with her fans although she would have to ask her partner if he is comfortable with it.
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"If I get into another relationship, it will depend on the person I find...if our relationship will be public again. Maybe if they are public figures and they are okay with that, that's cool and also if it's a guy who is low-key and doesn't want to do that I still think it's cool. At the end of the day that is a discussion between me and my partner on how we will go about the relationship," she added.
Addressing the breakup in a previous radio interview, Butita declined to comment on the matter for fear of being misquoted.