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Betty Kyallo paid a visit by once alleged Somalia bae

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Betty Kyallo and once alleged Somalia bae Alinur Mohamed have shared their first public photo as shared by Alinur himself.

It was the first time the two are sharing public moments after it was alleged that he was the secret guy Betty was seeing.

“Was delighted to spend the better part of today’s evening with Betty M Kyallo at her place. Was glad to interact with her. Betty is one of those ordinary women doing extra ordinary things in our society. Like many other women, she has had to beat many odds to reach this far.”

The mother of two appreciated the support and compliments she received from Alinur.

“It was great meeting you Alinur. Thank you for coming over plus thank you for the really kind compliments. Soon.”

He came out publicly denying the claims before Kenyans revealed the identity of the man she has been hiding his face.

In a recent interview with Jalango, she confirmed to be single saying it was time for her to spend quality time with herself unlike before where she was from one relationship to the other.

The Flair by Betty founder also opened up on her relationship with Ivanna’s father Dennis Okari saying things are great between them including co-parenting.

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