Drama! This is why Wema Sepetu and Idris Sultan could be splitting up

Drama! This is why Wema Sepetu and Idris Sultan could be splitting up

Days after Wema Isaac Sepetu lost her unborn twins, the Tanzanian actress deleted all of Idris Sultan’s photos from her social media pages.

The unexpected move spawned rumours about a possible breakup, with some Tanzanian blogs reporting that Big Brother Africa winner has already gotten a new girl.

Though none of the two have confirmed the split, the duo has remained unusually mum about their public affair.

The former Miss Tanzania 2006 and her superstar boyfriend are mourning the loss of their unborn twins, and fans have speculated that the agony of this loss has driven the two apart.

A heartbreaking loss

After dating for the better part of last year, the superstar duo revealed that they were starting a family. This news spread widely, especially since Wema “childlessness” has been touted as the main reason why things didn’t work out between her and Diamond Platnumz.

After Valentine’s Day, some Tanzanian sites reported that Wema had lost her pregnancy.

Confirming the news Wema said: “It’s true. I am in great pain right now but I believe that I have reached a point in my life that I can say glory to God for everything.”

On his part, Idris wrote: “So quickly you came into our lives, so quickly torn away. I never got the chance to meet you. There’s so much I want to say. All these thoughts running through my head, it’s enough to drive me insane.”

Moving on swiftly

Idris raised eyebrows on social media when he was spotted cozying up to Tanzania’s actress, Elizabeth Michael popularly known as ‘Lulu’.

The two were spotted at a popular Dar es Salaam nightspot, attending a show dubbed Love Poision.

Fans questioned how Idris – who days earlier was sobbing over the loss of unborn twins – could have moved on so swiftly.

Could this be the end of the superstars’ romance? Only time will tell.


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