• In September 2022, Maxwell Mwamburi, publicly aired his grievances about his former close friend, Victor Maish.
• However, in an exclusive interview with Mpasho's Kaloundu Musyimi, Victor Maish shared a different perspective on the situation.
In September 2022, a storm of controversy erupted when Maxwell Mwamburi, the renowned real estate and cake boss, publicly aired his grievances about his former close friend, Victor Maish.
The two entrepreneurs, initially were close Vera Sidika, found themselves at odds, leading to a bitter fallout that involved accusations of theft and betrayal.
Maxwell Mwamburi claimed that their friendship became strained when Victor Maish invaded his privacy during a trip to Vera's house in Mombasa.
According to Maxwell, Maish took his clothes, jewelry, and even cupcakes from his shop in Bamburi without paying for them.
Maxwell confronted Maish, demanding the return of his belongings, but to no avail. This incident marked the beginning of their rift.
However, in an exclusive interview with Mpasho's Kaloundu Musyimi, Victor Maish shared a different perspective on the situation.
Maish emphasized that he had always known Maxwell to be a caring and understanding person, expressing his admiration for Maxwell's loving nature.
Maish stated that Maxwell showered him with gifts during their friendship, and the sudden end of their relationship came with the surprising accusations.
''When you are in a relationship with someone akikupea kitu won’t you keep it?’’ said Maish
Victor Maish refuted the claims of theft, asserting that he had not taken any of Maxwell's belongings without his consent.
He explained that the shoes in question belonged to a friend and clarified that he only received jewelry from Maxwell.
In his defense, Victor Maish thinks Mwamburi was thirsty for fame and he/she can not blame him for that.
Maish also disclosed that he was unaware of Maxwell's alter ego, Maxine, and the female attires Maxwell would occasionally be appareled in. According to Maish, this aspect of Maxwell's personality only became known to him later.
‘’I don’t know Maxine, I've never met Maxine, because I hear that’s the new name, and that’s the person I don’t know, but I and Maxwell are good I love him totally, I wish him all the best, so for Maxine, I don’t care b***ch whatever you doing’’ said Maish.
Regarding the split, Maish took responsibility for his poor communication skills, admitting that he played a significant role in the deterioration of their friendship.
''As I told you I used to be a poor communicator because that is a survival tactic nilijiekelea after whatever I've been through, so sikuwa najua kujiexpress mpaka saahi im still working on it,’’ Maish said.
However, he emphasized the importance of amicable separations in his small industry and acknowledged that the people he works with could prove useful in the future.
When asked what message he had for Maxine, this is what Victor Maish had to say, ''Take things slowly, there is no pressure there’s no rush, and this limelight you are looking for its good, but make sure it's for a good course, never forget the Maxwell that is in you, the loving caring and understanding person you are in the inside with a beautiful heart, I will just tell you to sit down get to the drawing board honey you still have time to come back, because now you have the space you just need to prove these people wrong.''
In conclusion, the fallout between Maxwell Mwamburi and Victor Maish revealed a complex web of emotions and differing perspectives.
While Maxwell felt betrayed and believed his belongings were taken without consent, Maish expressed admiration for Maxwell's character and maintained that the accusations were unfounded.