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Mai TT Apologises To Her Husband For “Wanting To Leave” Following Social Media Rant

Comedian Felistas Murata who is popularly known as Mai TT has taken to her Facebook page and apologised to her husband Tinashe Maphosa following her recent rant on social media.

Mai TT said she also has her past which is known by her husband but he still chose her.

Mai TT wrote:

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I had my past which I never hide from you and I’m glad you know it but still it did not stop us from walking down the Aisle.

Having a husband is not an achievement but a blessing from God thts why you see some people bitter and angry because that blessing is something they all wish for but unfortunately it’s not happening.

Mai TT said she got mad not because her husband commented on a social media post but because of how other people twisted the incident.

For a moment I went mad not because of a mere comment but because of the twist from that.
I apologize for being mad at you and wanting to leave but what am I leaving for ? Your past ? Hell no.

You were trying your luck and God finally landed you to me .
They say you are not their class yet they are fighting for us to break up and claiming you also passed through them, Even if you passed through Jezebel my dear husband I also passed through Pharaoh.

Mukadzi anorambirwa chihure same applies to Murume but chihure chako I’m yet to see it.
Couples go through the worst so this is just one of those .

Tinashe Maphosa I still thank you for choosing me infront of all the Malaika’s nobody will destroy what they never built.

The whole drama started after Tinashe Maphosa commented on a Live social media post by socialite Joey Nyikadzino.

It was also fueled by comments from UK based Zimbabwean businesswoman Olinda Chapel who alleged that Tinashe Maphosa was in her DMs from 2019 to 2021.

-Iharare News

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