Maureen Waititu hints she tried to reconcile with Frankie Just Gym It

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Maureen Waititu and Frankie Just Gym It had the type of relationship that most people envied. Well, at least on paper. The two set social media standards for a very long time until the facade came crashing down.

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Turns out, the couple were dealing with demons that they weren’t honest about. One thing led to another and we soon got treated to a public implosion of the relationship with the lad being accused of infidelity and she was accused of being a very manipulative woman.

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The manipulation was soon put on public display as we found out Maureen Waititu had been lying about her grievances with Frankie Just Gym It and his family. She claimed he had abandoned his sons and it turns out she had deleted pieces of the WhatsApp messages she had shared with us, her internet in-laws.

Now she is back to her usual ways; blaming Frankie for not trying to meet her halfway. She recently shared a screengrab of a tweet made by some random Kenyan on Twitter which amounted to saying it is her baby daddy who has refused to sit down and talk to her…

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About what is not known especially when you remember Maureen Waititu hasn’t owned up to her role in the mess she took part in creating. Yet whenever she revisits the relationship, she always places the blame at her exes feet. It’s rather convenient isn’t it?

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I wonder what her sons will do when they grow up and learn more about the situation, especially their father’s account of things.

And make no mistakes about it, she has made a habit of taking shots at her ex. It’s a rather immature way of dealing with the heartbreak she clearly suffered.

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