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Betty Kyallo speaks on dry- spell

Renown media personality and former K-24 news anchor Betty Kyallo has broken her silence stating that it was hard to be celibate.

Speaking in response to questions from her fans, the mother of one said that it was really hard however much she had tried.

The Flair by Betty CEO while talking to her sister Gloria while cornered with a Yes or No answer in their Hot Wings challenge game, responded that running out of money had never that much.

Do you ever get a dry spell? Answer yes or No Tumalize,” asked her sister Gloria, to which she responded saying, “Dry spell ya doo si sana… I have tried to be celibate, It’s hard.”

Asked whether she could date someone younger than her during the challenge, the former newswoman replied that age was just a number.

She added that in the west people get married to partners even 20 years older than them, and she wouldn’t mind creating her own little West here at home.

Age ain’t nothing but a number… maturity is a choice. I think I can date someone younger… maybe we can leave each other with like two, three, four, seven years. There are people in Hollywood who get married to guys 20 years younger than them. I’m not saying this is Hollywood, but we can make our kind of Hollywood,” said Betty.

Betty went ahead to name the characters of her ideal man if she were to have one for the love of her life.

First of all, you have to love Jesus, you have to be hardworking. I want a guy who’s going to wake up in the morning and hustle with me or at least even if you are going to stay at home, you better have money. If you don’t get too much money, hard work is a must for me and the third thing is somebody who is potentially going to meet Ivanna because that’s the most important person in my life. If I have never introduced you to Ivanna just know hujafika bei.” said Betty Kyallo.

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