For the past few days, word had it that Photographer cum actor Ephy Saint is in a romantic relationship with Brenda Wairimu, with claims that she (Brenda) is the cause of Ephy’s fall-out with Baby Mama Chantelle Petit.
Chantelle Petit speaks out after Baby Daddy Ephy Saint was romantically linked to Brenda Wairimu
Chantelle Petit clears the air
The allegations surfaced online through YouTuber Edgar Obare, who shared screenshots linking Ms Wairimu and Ephy Saint, with Chantelle Petit being dragged in.
Following the virality of the stories, Ms Petit put up a post stating that she is not ready to be dragged or engage in any other drama as she learned that not everything deserves her response.
Chantelle Petit post
She highlighted that she has gone through hard times with her Baby; from depression, to financial constraints and now she is only focused on fighting for her baby and ensure all is swell.
“I’ve seen some mean things being said about me. Usually I read such things, keep quiet & move on but I think I’ll say something today because my feelings are hurt. My heart breaks when I see mean things especially from fellow women who I’m fighting for every day. We are supposed to be there for one another, we’re all we’ve got y’all. In 2018 while I was going through the worst depression of my life I desperately looked for anyone who was going through the same someone who was open about their experiences to feel inspired. I didn’t find anyone. That sunk me deeper into that pit. I felt ALONE. In pure blackness ready to die. When all I went through happened I swore that I would be that someone for even just one lady on the web. The impact so far for me has been rewarding when I talk to some of y’all who are going through it and you tell me that you’re going by because of my vulnerability & willingness to share,” she wrote.
Forgive and forget
“When you become a mother especially one who has been raised by a single parent you try and do everything in your power to make things work for the sake of your child. That includes trying to forgive and forget any pain that’s been caused to you. 2019 I spent the days trying to figure out how to go about things. If you’re a single parent you know the ups and downs that come with trying to figure things out. Sadly sometimes they don’t work. I chose not to talk about it because it is something that I wanted to deal with and figure out in PRIVATE. When I asked for help with my medical bill I did it because I could not afford any of the expenses. I borrowed my delivery fee from my sister to pay for my delivery. Money I still owe her to date. All the other things that happened after were not planned for it took a lot of swallowing my pride to actually go public and ask for help. Something I would never ever wish on any human alive. I will forever be grateful. There’s so much I don’t share mainly because I feel my story is depressing enough. I only share what’s commonly relatable to most. To inspire. I am currently enjoying being a solo parent to my daughter, so far I’ve had the best 4 months of my life. Everything I post here is my reality” added Chantelle Petit.
Participated in Every drama
“I participated in a very messy social media drag last year and made a decision afterwards not to do it again. For the sake of my baby in the future. I maintain my stance. It’s so easy to get dragged down by desperate attempts to prove righteousness on social media. I will not participate in back & forth again otherwise I remain in the same cycle of abuse that I’ve been trying to run away from since 2018. The truth will always be known by those who have been there for boo boo and I during the last 2 years. Family, friends and strangers. Those who have picked my calls in the middle of the night crying, those who have rushed us to the hospital in the middle of the night because something new and complicated has happened to my baby, those who have cried with me and tried to find a solution and those who have helped me when my pockets were running dry. We are many and we’ve all witnessed the reality of things, the pain and we’ve all taken on the emotional and financial burden and will continue to do so.
I also will not be bullied into making decisions that are not healthy for both mine and my daughter’s mental, emotional and physical health. There’s a lot that happens behind closed doors only the small good is shown on social media. Like I said yesterday it is something I want to deal with in private as I have been for the last 4 months. I ask that you respect my decision for the sake of My Daughter and for the sake of peace” said Chantelle Petit.
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