Jacque Maribe comes clean on dumping Jowie while he was in jail

Media personality Jacque Maribe has finally opened up on her relationship with her ex-boyfriend Joseph Irungu popularly known as Jowie.

Speaking during a recent interview with True Love Magazine, Maribe disclosed that she met Jowie while at work, adding that he was genuinely nice.

“We met with Jowie while on the job. Actually, some of my friends knew. We got engaged. He was very nice, he genuinely was. I will never come out and say anything to the contrary. He was very nice to me,” she said.

She added that tey dated for a year before he proposed, adding that she feels the proposal to was rushed.

“I think this is why it is really important to first learn somebody before you rush into something like this because I do believe it was rushed,” she added.

The mother of one further revealed that she had gotten to a point in her life where she thought she was ready to take another step in life.

Maribe disclosed that Jowie was not a guy who gave her too much pressure because she used to work a lot.

“I had found someone who finally understands the kind of woman who is passionate about her career hours and being a mother and you have a partner who understands that because it is very hard for us ladies to get an understanding partner. That is why people marry within the industry,” said Maribe.

The mother of one also disagreed with Jowie’s claim that the two broke up while Jowie was still in prison stating that the two called it off even before they were arrested.

“I want to correct the fact that he said we broke up while he was still in jail. We had broken up. Let us be honest. We had broken up before the arrest,” she said.

The two were arrested and charged with the murder of the late businesswoman Monica Kimani after her body was found in her Lamuria Gardens apartment in 2018.

Maribe was released on bond a few months later but Jowie had to wait for almost two years to also be released on bail.

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