Rayvanny and Paulla Kajalla “undress each other publicly”

Image: Rayvanny confirms breakup with baby mama, Fahyma

Rayvanny and Paula began dating in 2022 after Rayvanny’s split from his baby mama, Fahyvanny. However, their relationship was short-lived and they broke up in September of the same year.

The reason why Tanzanian bongo flava artist Rayvanny, born Raymond Mwakyusa, and Paula Kajala’s relationship ended has remained private for a long time. However, the two have recently decided to spill the beans in their Instagram war of words.

The reason for their breakup has never been publicly confirmed, but it is rumoured that Paula was unhappy with Rayvanny’s cheating. In recent weeks, the two have been exchanging barbs on Instagram, with each accusing the other of infidelity.

Harmonize’s girlfriend with daughter, Paula Kajala with her mum

In one post, Rayvanny shared a screenshot of a conversation he had with Paula in which she accused him of cheating with her best friend. Rayvanny denied the allegations, but he did admit to having a conversation with Paula’s friend.

Paula has also accused Rayvanny of being controlling and abusive. She has shared screenshots of text messages in which Rayvanny threatens to harm her. Rayvanny has denied these allegations as well.

The Instagram war of words between Rayvanny and Paula is a sad reminder of the dark side of celebrity culture. It is clear that the two are hurting, and their fans are caught in the middle.

It is important to remember that these are just allegations at this point. Neither Rayvanny nor Paula has been charged with any crimes. However, the public nature of their dispute has made it difficult to ignore.

It is unclear what the future holds for Rayvanny and Paula. However, it is clear that their relationship is over. It is time for them to move on and heal from their pain.

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