Betty Kyallo has finally revealed that her relationship with Dennis Okari is nonexistent, even as co-parents.
Many a time, Betty has told her inquisitive fans that she is a single parent.
The screen siren, who parted ways with her husband, Dennis Okari, addressed this issue in a past interview with the Star.
“I would really like to keep that very private. Maybe soon or later, I will be able to talk about it but for now, I would just rather not and keep it off the media.”
Later she opened up to a fan who is also a single parent. The fan wrote to the TV news anchor.
“I have a son age 4 and a daughter age 2, their mother run away and as a father I took full responsibility to make sure my kids are growing up in a good environment and every day when I wake up I look at them, kiss them and I get motivated and the urge to hustle more so that they won’t feel the absence of their mum.”
Touched by the comment, Betty responded:
“I love this. Much love for you and your kids. I resonate with you because I’m all my daughter has.”
Check out the screenshot of the Instastory below.
In a very candid interview with The Standard’s Pulse, Betty revealed that she and Dennis Okari do not talk at all. Even about issues concerning the daughter.
“Do I really want to talk about that…? No! No! See, I don’t want to discuss that as it is still a very sensitive family issue,” Betty said.
Adding, “It’s been some time now, the way people out there paint pictures might not be the truth. People might think we talk when we probably don’t talk. He might be there for us or not be there for us. That Is all I can say.
Concluding with, “I am a single parent and as you know. Parenting comes with alot of ties. You have to be a dad and mum at the same time. I miss being with someone and I can’t wait to settle down again. In fact, my mum keeps on asking when I will wear my next wedding gown. She wants me to bring a man home.”
Betty has been trolled ever since Dennis Okari walked down the aisle with his bride, Naomi Joy.
“I stopped being angry at haters because everybody is dealing with some sort of things in their lives. There’s no one who’s perfect even me. People look at me and say, ‘Betty I want to be happy like you!’ but they don’t know the struggles we go through, even the richest of the richest is struggling with something. And therefore I just decide to ignore trolls.”
She continued, “When I see something positive I react to it and take it in. But anything that’s negative, supposed to downgrade me or demoralize me I feel zero. It doesn’t get to me. I don’t believe in hating other people.”