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Inside Amber Ray and Kennedy Rapudo’s 5-bedroom house where they pay Sh350k rent

by Paul Nyongesa
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Socialite Faith Makau, widely known as Amber Ray, and her fiancé, Kennedy Rapudo, have captured the public’s attention once again, this time with their reunion and move into a spectacular 5-bedroom duplex in the upscale Westlands neighborhood of Nairobi.

The couple, who publicly announced their breakup in October 2023, seems to have overcome their differences, choosing to rebuild their relationship in a luxurious new setting.

In December, Amber Ray took to social media to share glimpses of their opulent abode, a 5-bedroom duplex where they reportedly pay a monthly rent of at least Sh350,000.

The residence, nestled in the heart of Westlands, boasts a seamless flow between rooms, creating an inviting atmosphere for both family gatherings and entertaining guests.

Every corner exudes sophistication, from carefully curated artwork to elegant furnishings, making it a true testament to luxury living.

The couple’s decision to showcase their new home on social media suggests not only a reconciliation but a celebration of their rekindled love.

The detailed images and videos highlight the couple’s attention to detail, creating a harmonious blend of comfort and sophistication within their living space.

This turn of events follows a public breakup announcement in October 2023, where Amber Ray shared cryptic messages about the challenges in her relationship with Kennedy Rapudo. She mentioned blurred lines in the love and unity that a marriage should stand on, leading to emotional exhaustion.

“I have been in that environment for a while now, and my peace and safety have made it impossible for me to stay. The bruises and scars go beyond the physical, and for my own sake, I have to choose me,” Amber Ray said in part.

The socialite admitted that; “I know it will be a long couple of days/weeks for me, but I’d rather be at peace inside than project a false haven on the outside. I’d rather speak my truth than let gossip tarnish what have built for me and my family thus far. Things in my household have not been okay… but they will be. My family will be okay. And eventually, I will be okay,”.

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