Amber Ray’s experience with trauma led her to lose faith in God.
Amber Ray has vigorously defended her choice to stand by Kennedy Rapudo in their marriage. She has also disputed repeated accusations that she is a prostitute and witch.
The socialite did not participate in the tree-planting event on Monday, November 13, a public holiday.
She made up for it by participating in a Go Green Campaign with her son Gavin and tree activist Baraka.
She was questioned about her marriage by multiple blogs during this process. Amber stated on the Vicki Vickinah channel that marriages succeed and that she is committed to making sure her partner succeeds in spite of obstacles.
She responded to an internet rumor that she had filed a domestic abuse complaint in court.
She responded to an online rumor that she had filed a domestic violence affidavit in court in addition to taking other steps to oppose accusations of witchcraft and prostitution.
“I didn’t know about that. No, I haven’t seen that, You know a lot goes on on social media and you know so many of these bloggers try to use my name coz they know…when you go through the stories anywhere I’ve been posted, the comments are a lot. Like people love talking about me.
It gives me work and that’s why I am who I am. I have nothing to say about that -allegations. Some of them are true but I don’t want to go into details.
Actually I’ve done videos on my YouTube channel before I was not able to address it because it was something that caught me unaware. I love God and even if my lifestyle doesn’t portray I’m a Christian, I love God and I know God loves me.
It really affected my relationship with God. Like at some point, I had to stop believing in God. But I healed, and now I am fully healed that’s why after some time now I was able to talk about the story on my YouTube.”