Vera responds to claims she never loved Brown Mauzo

• The mom of two also revealed that Kenyans would learn the real reason she and Brown split in Real Housewives Sn2.

Brown Mauzo and Vera Sidika in the past
Image: Instagram

Famous socialite Vera Sidika has opened up about her broken relationship with musician Fredrick Mutinda, also known as Brown Mauzo.

During a Q&A session with her fans on Instagram on Thursday morning, the mother of two was forced to address claims that she never loved the coastal-born singer.

One netizen claimed that the beautiful socialite was with Mauzo only because she wanted to have children with good genes.

"Don't be upset by this, but it's true you never loved your husband. You were looking for good genes (children)," one netizen wrote to her.

However, Vera seemed to deny these claims, saying, "Lmaooo, If it's good genes, even the sperm bank has it. Actually, you can even choose the eye color you want your child to have."

Another internet user urged the mother of two to reveal the real reason she parted ways with her ex-husband.

She replied, "You'll have to watch Real Housewives Sn2 to find out."

Yet another fan wanted to know if she had ever thought of resolving her issues with her co-parent and getting back together.

"Have you ever thought, maybe you could fix things and get back together respectfully?" the fan asked.

In her response, Vera made it clear that there was no chance of reconciling with the father of her two children.

"Oh babe, that will never happen. Respectfully," she said.

At the end of August last year, Mauzo announced that he and Vera had agreed to go their separate ways for the benefit of themselves and their children.

He then thanked everyone who had been part of their relationship, which they have proudly displayed on social media.

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