Socialite Amber Ray has fueled break-up reports with her boyfriend Kennedy Rapudo in a long social media post.
Today, Amber hinted that all was not well announcing she was done and ready to be a single mother of two.
However, this is not the first time she is breaking up with the baby daddy.
In September 2022, Amber broke up with Rapudo over “structural irreconcilable differences”.
The two later patched up things a month later after Rapudo apologized with a thousand roses.
It is, however, not clear if she is chasing clout in preparation for her upcoming baby shower.
Below is her latest emotional post:
“In its purest form, love is beautiful. It is a life force, an energy that brings out the best of us. It is the energy that drives a man to provide for and protect his family, and inspires a woman to nurture, protect, care for and guide the same family.
Love is what unites them both and inspires them to build, grow, prosper, and experience life together.
But love only prospers in its purity when you as an individual learn to love yourself. Learn to trust your instincts, learn to be guided by positive affirmations about who you are and what you are capable of. And to an extent, you learn how you want to be (and should be) loved… and know what you cannot tolerate.
I have always been a champion for love and marriage, knowing too well the joys of having a family. Having kids that look up to you, cherish and adore you, because all you can do is give them what you never had, plus much more.
But in the absence of a loving environment, the care and compassion that children need to develop and grow in becomes nonexistent. The love and unity that a marriage should stand on becomes blurred, and eventually it leaves you drained.
I have been in that environment for a while now, and my peace and safety have made it impossible for me to stay. The bruises and scars go beyond the physical, and for my own sake, I have to choose me.
Knowing too well about how society keeps its mouth shut on domestic violence, I won’t use my platform to sing the same song over and over again. I choose to lead with compassion, because in the end, it hurts.
It hurts to have your trust shattered in ways you cannot express in words. But it hurts even more being a silent observer in your own life. It hurts letting your fears and conditioning take over, making you stay when you know should leave. It hurts when all you do is tolerate.
I empathize for women who have gone through or are going through a similar situation. Whether silently or loudly. I hope and pray you find strength. I pray you find peace and love… and I pray you find yourself again.
I know it will be a long couple of days/weeks for me, but I’d rather be at peace inside than project a false haven on the outside. I’d rather speak my truth than let gossip tarnish what I have built for me and my family thus far. Things in my household have not been okay… but they will be. My family will be okay. And eventually, I will be okay.” – Amberay