Just hours after Tanzanian R&B singer Ben Pol revealed details of his failed marriage to Anerlisa Muigai in an interview with Tanzanian media on Monday 19th July, the Keroche Heiress took to her social media account to seemingly respond back. In the Instagram post, Anerlisa cryptically threw shade at her soon-to-be ex-husband claiming that she chooses not to waste her time by taking part in such drama.
“A real woman avoids drama, she knows her time is precious and she is not wasting it on unimportant things,” Anerlisa shared in one post.
She went on to insinuate that the Moyo Machine hitmaker was not genuinely in love with her but only stuck around for his own selfish gains. Additionally, she called out people for fake loyalty stating that it is their insecurity that forces them to act indifferently when their needs are satisfied.
“A man is supposed to provide and protect not beg and collect. Some people aren’t loyal to you, they are loyal to their need changes, so does their loyalty. Insecure people put others down to raise themselves up,” she added.
Notably, in the explosive interview, Ben Pol disclosed that Anerlisa sent him a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) to sign after learning that he had filed for divorce, something that did not sit well with him.
“How do you gag someone from speaking about their life when they wish to? I found the letter from her lawyers baseless because it was actually gagging me not to speak about my marriage. I mean if you are married you have the right to speak about your marriage if you want to, how then do you gag someone from not speaking about their lives if they wish to do so,” Ben Pol said in the interview.
“That letter had no head or legs because how can you prevent someone from talking about his life? According to the Tanzanian law, she is still my wife, and therefore if she is my wife, this is still my marriage, which means it is my life, so I can talk about it. I just ignored it and, of course, reached out to my lawyers. What we realized was that the letter had no depth. Secondly, it came from a point of insecurity. I’m a gentleman, I just can’t go talking about the person I was involved with.”