Former Papa Shirandula actress Jacky Vike alias Awinja has recounted how her former boyfriend left her heartbroken.
During The Obinna Live Show, Jacky said that she was given a proper character development that she will never forget.
“Nishawahipewa character development. Huyu mtu alikuwa amesave huyo dem kama mum kwa simu,” she said.
She said that she would pass her man the phone thinking that it was actually his biological mother calling.
“Nilikuwa nashindwa huyu mum anacall mbona anaenda kuongeleshwa ka kona. Out of respect I thought maybe anamwambia anataka kunioa na ni surprise why not,” she narrated.
One day however she decided to go through her ex’s mobile phone and read his chats.
“Shetani wa kuangalia text akaniingilia. Kuenda kwa texts za mum, alikuwa anaoga, kusoma nikapata akiambia ‘mum’ vile alimtendea jana. Aaah mama yako? kuangalia namba si ile namba ya mama niko nayo. Imagine alikuwa amemsave mum, I will never forget that,” she said.
The mother of one went ahead to call her boyfriend’s sidechick to confirm if they were truly having a thing.
“Nilimwambia I just need closure. Kama iko serious sitaki kuingilia yenu yet yeye ndio ameingilia yetu. That was the experience. She said she had no idea, he had told her that we broke up,” Jacky shared.
She added that the man begged her for forgiveness in tears and on his knees and she took him back. She however decided to dump him later after her friends advised her.
At the same time she said that she can’t date a man who is in the limelight. According to her such men are not bad people but those who have surrounded them.
“Si wabaya, watu wamewazunguka ndio wabaya, na hata kama ni kwa industry si watu wako in fron of the camera. Mimi napenda watu wanahandle machines. Napenda watu wanakaa vile wanataka, watu wengi wenye wako mbele ya camera hawakai hivyo, wanakaa wameoga. I believe in making them(relationships) private but not secret, ” she said.
She also said that she has no preference when it comes to a man she would date. She said that she is more concerned about their character instead.