Vanessa Mdee Shuts Down Claims She Snatched Elizabeth Michael's Man
July. 12, 2019
A few weeks after Vanessa Mdee and ex-boyfriend Juma Jux broke up, reports on social media has it that the Tanzanian singer has warmed up to Majizzo, Elizabeth Michael’s boyfriend. Shocked by the claims, Vanessa Mdee took to her Instagram stories to set the record straight on her involvement with the CEO of EFM and TVE.
The Niroge singer explained that Mojizzo is her brother and business partner and that it is absurd for people to even think there's anything more than that going on between them as she loves and respects the Bongo actress. “Kabisa yule ni kakangu ni mtu na mheshimu tunafanya biashara pamoja ni mtu ambaye ni mdau wa music and we love that girl we love Lulu and that’s her husband. What are you all talking about?!” Vanessa Said.
In the intimate video, the singer also touched on her break up with her ex explaining that she had no prior knowledge that Jux had moved on. The Never Ever singer also revealed that Jux and her had long broken up before social media got to know of their split and for that reason, Jux did not move on as ‘fast’ as people think.
“Juzi kati Juma amemtambulisha mpenzi wake mpya nyinyi kupitia Instagram na mimi tumefind out the same time. Juma na mimi tumeachana tuna miezi Zaidi ya tisa. Tumeachana in a way ya kwamba tulijua tukifanya public itaaffect watu wengi, isitoshe sisi tuna vitu vingi ambavyo tunafanya kwa pamoja kibiashara,” Mdee concluded. Jux has been sending social media into a frenzy with pictures of him and a lady identified as Nayika travelling and enjoying life together. Spotting undeniable chemistry Jux has, however, not officially confirmed that the two are in a relationship.
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