Ladies and gentlemen, it looks as though another celebrity relationship has gone down the drain.
Yes, you read that right – comedian Oga Obinna has ended his relationship with socialite Sherlyne Anyango.
According to Obinna, he couldn’t deal with the long-distance between him and his now ex-girlfriend who he has dated since 2018.
The two have called it quits after Sherlyne moved to the USA a few weeks ago for work purposes.
A distraught Obinna took to Instagram on Thursday to share the sad news saying that no girl or woman will be able to fill the shoes Anyango has left.
“Long Distance Haiwesssss just like you said and I have decided to agree,” read part of the post.
The comedian described Sherlyne as intelligent, with a cute smile, kind heart, awesome cook, beautiful angel, body goals, whole meal and overall flexibility.
The two have parted ways in the most cordial way as compared to some of their celebrity counterparts who break up with lots of drama.
On her own Instagram, Sherlyne confirmed their breakup saying that she was single again but she and Oga Obinna were still friends.
The two had been entertaining their followers on Instagram with short comic stints before their breakup. The stints will be greatly missed by their fans.
Sherlyne left for the USA a few weeks ago saying that she had gotten an opportunity to make more money there.
She made a name for herself in 2020 when she appeared on Xtian Dela’s Club COVID where she entertained viewers with her seductive dancing moves.
A video seen online recently of Sherlyne suggests that she relocated to the USA to be a stripper. In the video, the socialite is seen dancing for men who throw dollar bills at her the way they do in strip clubs.
For ladies looking to shoot their shot with the comedian, here is your chance because the comedian is now available.
“I'm a single boy again now😪😱!” wrote the comedian on the Instagram post.
The comedian, however, comes with his own baggage. He has four kids – all of who have different mothers meaning Obinna has four baby mamas.
Although he is one of the most successful standup comedians, his journey hasn’t always been easy. He admits that he arrived in Nairobi as a street boy where he did odd jobs to survive before he was introduced to Kenya National Theatre.
It was then that doors started opening for him. He did standup comedy in clubs before he was given an internship at QFM and later joining TV.