Betty Kyallo’s message to her fans ahead of Kyallo Kulture Season 2 launch tonight
Media personality Betty Kyallo has assured her fans that the second season of reality show Kyallo Kulture will surpass expectations.
With the second season of the show set to be launch tonight, the former TV presenter also acknowledged the positive response from viewers in the previous season.
“I feel like I am not the same person that I was in season one. This season is going to show a very different side of the Kyallo sisters, and it’s going to be so much fun and with lots of energy,” Betty said.
“The fact that we are doing season two means that season one was something great for people to watch, and that viewers appreciated the work that I did together with my sisters,” she wrote on Instagram.
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Betty showered praise on her beloved sisters, Mercy and Gloria, highlighting their unwavering support for one another.
She also spoke about the ups and downs they have experienced together, from loving and fighting to laughing and crying, as well as navigating financial highs and lows.
Showmax recently announced the return of the reality show Kyallo Kulture, with the second season set to premiere on the platform tonight.
The highly anticipated second season of the show will delve deeper into the lives of the three Kyallo sisters.
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The show will follow their individual paths as well as their collective efforts to reconnect.
For Mercy, who turned 30 a few months ago, Kyallo Kulture season two is going to be about her growing into adulthood and living life to the fullest.
Betty’s younger sister, Gloria is looking forward to sharing her colourful journey into youth, what she describes as the experiences of the not-so-average millennial girl.
“Expect the good, the bad and the ugly, as well as the breakups and the makeups,” she said.
“We had a great learning experience filming the first season and we are humbled that the audience appreciated the work we put in, as well as the love they showed for Gloria, Mercy and Betty Kyallo,” said the show producer Eugene Mbugua of D&R Studios.
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