Betty Kyallo opened up about her failed relationship with former Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho whom she secretly dated for some time.

The media personality debunked rumours surrounding her relationship with Joho while speaking during an interview with Massawe Japanni on Milele FM.

Betty specifically addressed the issue of the multimillion-shillings Porsche Cayenne that Joho allegedly repossessed after they broke up.

Tunaskia ulipokonywa gari na aliyekua gavana wa Mombasa Hassan Joho (We heard former Mombasa governor Hassan Joho repossessed his vehicle),” Massawe asked Betty.

Betty denied such a thing ever happened. She stressed that Joho was such a gentleman and that they are still friends to date.

“Imagine that story was so fake. That never happened. He was such a nice guy. Even right now we are friends. We are so cool,” Betty said.

“We were so happy for such a long time,” she added.

Muliachana kwa nini? (Why did you guys break up?) Massawe probed.

Betty couldn’t explain precisely what caused her breakup with Joho but she said the former Mombasa governor paid everything for her for a whole year including DSTv subscription when they broke up.

You know he is such a nice guy, he didn’t do any of those things. Like tuliachana vizuri
Do you know like for a whole year he paid for everything mbaka DSTv. Kila kitu for a whole year subscription. He really took care of me,
” Betty said.

“It was a conversation of ‘just ask Betty how she would love me to support her in case of anything,” Betty’s sister Mercy Kyallo added.

“Did you cheat?” Massawe asked Betty.

No mimi sasa nakaa kucheat? Me I don’t know how to cheat,” Betty replied.

“If he came back would you start anything again?” Massawe inquired.

“I am happy right now. I am happy with whoever I am with,” Betty said.

The rumours

Rumour had it that Joho gave Betty Kyallo a BMW X6 and a Porsche Cayenne, besides a monthly upkeep stipend that would make any girl’s eye water when they were dating.

Gossip mills also reported that Joho gave Betty a lavish house along Lenana Road in Nairobi’s Kilimani area.

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