Kate actress has broken silence on the ongoing reports that her ex-husband, Philip Karanja, repossessed the car he  bought her in January 2020, a month after the birth of their daughter.

Controversies about that arose recently when Philip admitted that he sold the vehicle, a BMW X3 valued at Kshs3.5 million, because it was costly to maintain. The actor said that buying the car was a foolish decision.

“I love cars a lot, and so I was young and foolish, and I spent so much on my car, and it has been a very expensive journey to maintain. I am like, that is a car I would have used wisely somewhere. I sold it. I have decided to go back on Uber,” Karanja explained.

The statement left Kenyans speculating that the former couple might have had a bitter fall out, for Phil to take back the car.

This has however forced the film director to give a further clarification.  In his statement, on Monday morning, Philip said he had a mutual agreement with Kate to sell the vehicle, and are not involved in any kind dispute.

“I wish to officially document that the vehicle was sold with mutual consent, and there are no disputes with Kate, contrary to any portrayals suggesting otherwise,” he said.

While re-sharing the same statement, Kate  dispelled claims of disputes and proceeded to promote her ex’s podcast, asking those spreading false information to instead watch the latest season.

“Kindly redirect that energy to watching the new season of Becoming CEO. We ain’t about that life poleni and thank you,” the mother of two said on  her Insrta stories.



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