Betty Kyalo After Expensive Car Was Taken: I Work Hard And No Man Buys Me Anything Now

Ownership comes first

By  | Sep 03, 2020, 03:32 PM  | Betty Kyallo  | Top of The

Former news anchor Betty Kyalo was driving a Porsche Cayenne to work and received a phone call. In a split second, the car was gone. Taken by a man who had gifted her at the height of their passionate secret affair. 
 
She learned her lesson. Nothing comes easy and you must pay the price. 
 
Kyalo on social media recently made it clear that she works for everything she has now and people should stop believing that it comes from a man. A shuga daddy to be precise. 
 
“Everything that I have, I work for it. The apartment, the land, everything I work for it. Let me tell you guys its not about having money, it’s about planning. Most of these things I have I get them because I have great relationships with my banks,” she said.
 
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After getting fired, Kyalo has managed to make big money moves that have gotten social media talking. She has a new apartment in Ngong, she allegedly has a new car, she also managed to move her business to a bigger and better location within the leafy suburbs. All in less than a year. 
 
Kyalo said all these came from her hustler’s spirit.
 
“They think BK ako na doo zimekaa kwa bank, No. I take myself out there, introduce myself to people confidently to sell my dream to somebody I think might help and not a Budesko. Most people out there just want to shun your dream, your success and pull you down by just saying huyu ako tu na mabudesko. Bro, let any budesko who’s bought me anything come forward and say something coz they aren’t there,” said the former News anchor.
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 Adding: 
 
“When I was building Flair, there are those friends who stood by me. I needed 50K and they are like I can only afford 20K and I’d take it. But there’s no one person who came in and said Betty what do you need. I had people who came and held my hand, helped me in one way or another. The sole financial help I got was from my contacts at the bank, my mum and my savings,” said Betty.