Frankie Just Gym It has made headlines for the second week in a row, and now he’s breaking down his walls, opening up to his YouTube audience.
The personal trainer who appeared in an interview with Edgar Obar last week; announced to the world that he would be a father for the third time with his new girlfriend video vixen Corazon Kwamboka. The Instagram personality has now opened up about his past relationship with Maureen Waititu, fatherhood, and co-parenting revealing some nitty-gritty of the dynamics of their relationship.
In the video that was posted yesterday (12.07.2020) Frankie Kiarie, who was previously engaged to Maureen went on to point out that he did not plan on ending the relationship but rather it became toxic, leading them to separate. He said, “we had our differences and we had our issues…we were seeing a pastor.”
Frankie also addressed public backlash he has faced, having being labeled a deadbeat dad. The father of Kai and Lexy, went to painstaking details over the amounts he shells out to care for his two sons. He said, “Let me just be candid and say I send 6,000Ksh each week; personally I spend 2,500 on myself per week and I am a fully grown person.” He went on to detail the expenses shared in the co-parenting agreement outlining school fees which is 150,000Ksh per semester. He noted that his mother helps with a percentage of the fees. In addition to school fees, he also contributes to nannies pay and household’s upkeep.
Being totally honest and transparent, Frankie shared he moved Waituti and their sons to an apartment in Westlands after rent costs in his Ruaka home were abruptly hiked. He explained that his mother offered the apartment as a generous engagement gift for the then newly-engaged couple. Speaking frankly, the father of two went on to point out that despite him having broken up with Waititu we still cares for her and their children; offering to have them remain in the apartment in the suburbs despite the nasty break-up. He said, ” Personally, I am not a malicious person I am not the type of person to get someone back…right now my goal is to have a conducive environment for my children to grow…I want them to be comfortable in that environment.”
A teary-eyed Frankie went on to proclaim his love for his children and noted that although there are difficulties faced in co-parenting, he is “very, very happy.”