Barely two months after their wedding day, the WaJesus couple fought to the extent that Kabi had asked Milly to go back to her parents’ house.
The bone of contention was; that unlike what Kabi had pictured marriage to look like, Milly was an ever busy woman who did not meet his needs in bed.
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Spilling the unknown details during their recent interview on Jessy Junction, Milly admitted that that day she had annoyed her husband enough, he even slept on the couch in the sitting room.
“This is kind of personal, we have never told anyone. So what happened, we had just gotten married and Kabi was so pumped up day and night. At the time, I was hustling for my small business and almost everyday I came home tired and worn out. Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Kabi told me he will send me back to my parents’ house. He slept on the couch that night and came back crying that he was on dry spell while he expected we would have Twa Twa everyday,” narrated Milly.
Kabi cries on their wedding day
After years of preying on Milly WaJesus, Kabi once faced Milly’s dad asking for his daughter’s hand in marriage but since she was still pursuing her degree at KU in her second year, Milly’s parents declined his offer.
But soon as she had completed her studies, the kid booked Milly in advance, planned for their wedding day for a whole year before the D-day that saw the groom break down to tears.
It so happened that early that morning as he was dressing up, Kabi cried at a corner as his groomsmen felt sorry for him, not that he was not prepared for marriage but he became too emotional that it had finally become a reality.
It got worse when they got to church and as a dear Milly’s parents walked her down the isle to meet his Prince Charming, Kabi could not hold back his tears, asking his best man, Kymo to prevent him from crying before the crowd.
But instead of doing so, Kymo told Kabi;
Today is your day, let it all out.
An emotional Kabi immediately broke down to tears like a little baby, turning the event into an emotional session. Listen in;
September 18, 2020