First-Year Student Shares Before & After Photos Of Being In Unhealthy Relationship

First-Year Student Shares Before & After Photos Of Being In Unhealthy Relationship

  • Vivian Orero was barely unrecognisable after falling pregnant and giving birth following the body transformation she went through
  • However, her physical change was not only because of her pregnancy, but most was because of her unhealthy relationship, as she claimed
  • The Kiambu-based polytechnic student told that after falling pregnant, her high school sweetheart neglected her needs

Kiambu - A beautiful young lady has reflected on her life as she weighs the impact of being in a toxic relationship.

Kabete National Polytechnic student Vivian Orero shares her before and after photos.
Nairobi student Vivian Orero shares her photo before she got into a toxic relationship and felt pregnant. Photo: Vivian Orero.
Source: UGC

Vivian Orero said the early days of her relationship were full of happiness, and she looked forward to it culminating into a holy matrimony.

Where did Vivian Orero meet her boyfriend?

She was in love with a young man she met in high school, and they continued their relationship until recently.

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Speaking to, Orero said trouble hit paradise when she fell pregnant for his high school sweetheart.

"That was when I saw his true colours. He started cheating on me the first day I told him I was pregnant. He became violent and disrespectful. It was a side of him that I never saw. He would utter words that would pierce my heart deeply, leaving me confused at what had happened to the love of my life," she shared.

Which university is Vivian Orero in?

When the first-year student at Kabete National Polytechnic gave birth, she claimed things got worse.

His bae would come home drunk and abuse her instead of being considerate of her situation.

She shared some photos with to draw a comparison before and after getting into that relationship.

"I was glowing, no doubt. I was looking healthy and fine. But after I gave birth, I was neglected and mistreated. Many days I would sleep hungry and even when he came back home late in the night drunk, he would not bring food. He would spend his salary on women and alcohol, never caring for me and our bundle of joy," the heartbroken young lady from Nairobi cried.

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How old is Kabete National Polytechnic student?

In one photo the 21-year-old shared after giving birth while holding her child, Orero looked malnourished and weak.

She lamented giving the young man numerous chances when he used to beg her to take him back, saying she should have left earlier and never turned back.

"I am done with him. No more games and no more forgiveness," she said.

Why did hot baddie blame her man?

In a similar story, a woman who claimed she was a hot baddie shared photos of her physical change after falling pregnant.

The young lady said she was a beautiful woman who turned heads whenever she walked until she got pregnant.

She shared photos of the transformation she went lightly, blaming her man for making her less attractive.

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The lovebirds shared a video of themselves dancing joyfully as they flaunted the pregnancy test kit and scans.

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