She cheated, I ended it - Natalie Tewa's boyfriend explains sudden break up

Things fall apart

Natalie Tewa and Boyfriend Rnaze

Natalie Tewa’s Ugandan boyfriend Moses Mukiibi aka Rnaze has explained their sudden break after being together for almost three years.

According to Rnaze, Ms Tewa cheated on him and that’s why he decided to end their relationship.

“I have never posted my private life on social media, but let me say this only once to set the record straight for those who were invested. She cheated. I ended it. Came back from UG to a terrible surprise. I was only gone for 4 days...smh. That’s the truth. My heart goes out to all the #BonnieandClyde fans who were invested. I am truly sorry. But life goes on sometimes you swing and miss,” wrote Rnaze.

Natalie Tewa's side of the story

On the other side, Vlogger Natalie Tewa Wanjiru said that they parted ways due to physical abuse that was allegedly present in their relationship.

“I was basically physically abused yesterday. If anyone saw what happened please speak out. Men should not ever get that far no matter what. If you know Rnaze you know he aint shit. Brokest nigga I have been with, always prancing around creating a façade. Selfish AF and always riding on my wave to be famous. If you know you know,” she posted.

Talking about their break up Tewa mentioned that she decided to go public about it after Rnaze decided to delete her content from YouTube and Instagram.

 “Guys I’m so sorry for the posts. My sincere apologies. That wasn’t posted by me. Anything that seems weird is not done by me. But it’s clear now that I’m single and relationships are challenging but we move on, stay positive my loves.

“Y’all know I wasn’t going to make this a public affair until he went ahead to delete my work from Instagram and YouTube. People who don’t want to see you do better than them, that’s how far they can go. So I really had to tell y’all what is going on,” her subsequent posts read.

Natalie went on to explain that they tried to work out things but unfortunately they failed to agree.

“Also please forgive Rnaze and myself for not working things out, we really tried and that’s why I said couple goals is overrated. I believe women need to secure the bag before focusing on love...so here goes Lets kill #couplegoals Coz it’s a lie and no one knows what the background story is. Focus on you first some men don’t want to see you do better than them,” Tewa advised her followers.

Their break-up comes at a time when the two were planning to go for a vacation in Asia.

“About the Asia Trip...I will be traveling solo dolo now. Never compromise your work,” wrote Tewa.

The two met in October 2017 during a photo-shoot.

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