On Monday, billionaire Bill Gates and his wife Melinda shocked the world when they announced that they were ending their 27-year-marriage.
"After a great deal of thought and a lot of work on our relationship, we have made the decision to end our marriage," the two said in a statement posted by Bill Gates' Twitter account.
"We no longer believe we can grow together as a couple in the next phase of our lives. We ask for space and privacy for our family as we begin to navigate this new life," their statement said.
Reacting to the news, Kamene and Jalang'o wished that Kenyans would normalize ending things if they are not working, and most importantly avoid turning it into a circus.
"Lets normalize ending things sio eti lets hold on, roho ikichoka imechoka. if anything is to go by she will become the 2nd most richest woman in the world after Jeff Bezos' ex wife, MacKenzie Scott. Jalang'o said.
He went on to highlight how African culture has normalized perservering in relationships we no longer want to be in and the fact that our mothers in fact ask their daughters to go back to their husbands.
Kamene says sometimes breaking up is a hard but noble decision.
"They saw that they could not grow together and decided to break up. They said we tried to work on our relationship and we are realized we are moving in different phases and it is very ok." Kamene said.