Monday, October 12 2015
After having a piece of the Tanzanian model, Ex-con, Meddie Ssentongo now says Anita Fabiola is not that good when it comes to adult matters, they've both deleted each other's pics from their social networking portfolios.
When Anita lost her dream job at NTV, Meddie was the best thing that happened to her, he was there for her and that is just one thing that made her fall for his charms, they did everything together, but now, the two have gone separate ways.
Anita says Meddie's illiteracy level is the one thing that failed their relationship.
"Well, we had a great relationship. Very good friends and most of all he was there for me when most people shunned me. However, the fact that he is illiterate and am educated, we failed to connect in the long run."
"We were on totally different pages. Whereas am planning the next hit show, he’s planning the next party. So just like that, we lost the connection but we are still in touch and friends. We lost the connection because we are two different people. Nothing happened, we just lost it over time, So we are now simply friends, nothing intimate."
This explains why Anita was all by herself during the Blankets and Wine event, she had bounced back to the shelf and the outfit must have worked wonders for her already.
When this got to Meddie, he just laughed it off saying she was not that good after all. There was a lot of talk that Anita's curves weren't real but with Meddie's latest catch, she is an extra package who even does a bit of t.werking on her social networks for those who may be in doubt of what they see.
"The fact that he is illiterate and I'm educated, we failed to connect in the long run..."
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