Otile Brown's Breakup With Nabayet Takes A U-turn As Nabbi Sends A Lovely Birthday Message To The Singer
March. 23, 2020
A day after Ethiopian beauty Nabayet revealed that she was practicing social distancing after fan asked her about Otile Brown’s whereabouts, Nabbi surprised fans when she sent the singer a lovely message, a day after his birthday.
The beauty disclosed that she was lucky that the RnB singer loved her immensely adding that she grateful the two got to meet and share something special. Despite the challenges they have been through, she revealed that they were worth it.
“Needless to say, it hasn’t been an easy ride but boy was it worth it! no words can describe how I grateful I am that it happened. Only a few lucky ones get to love so deeply and be loved.Even fewer get to experience a feel so magnetic, so magical and for that I consider myself lucky” said Nabbi.
Nabayet assured the Aiyanna hit maker that she would always pray for his success and happiness. She went on to pray that he doesn't get infected with Coronavirus and even teased him about not running out of toilet paper or sanitizer.
“Happiest birthday to you ♥️ May all your wishes come true and may you continue to win and prosper the way you do. May Rona stay away from you forever and may you have endless supply of sanitisers and toilet rolls. Life’s too short to be bitter and hold on to anger. Now or later, together or not, I will always be praying for your success and happiness. Cheers to more wins, peace and love 🥂♥️” read her message.
This comes a day after she made fans insinuate that the two were no longer together following the way she answered their questions
Asked whether she would return to the Kenyan RnB singer, the beauty said that she had to stay at home lest she gets infected with Coronavirus.
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