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Kennedy Rapudo showers Amber Ray with lovely words amid split claims

It seems like socialite Amber Ray and her baby daddy Kennedy Rapudo are still going strong, as evidenced by the birthday party she organized for him.

On Rapudo’s special day, Amber Ray took to social media to wish him a happy birthday, sharing a heartfelt video that featured clips of the couple together set to Luther Vandross’ romantic lyrics, “Your love is all I’ll ever need.”

Later in the evening, Rapudo was treated to a dinner party attended by close friends and family.

The event celebrated his life and the love he shared with Amber Ray.

While the couple had previously been rumored to have split, their recent display of affection suggests they are still together. Fans have been quick to support the couple, with many expressing their excitement about the possibility of a reconciliation.

Rapudo shared the video with a long caption expressing his happiness, saying, “I am happy! Happy because I am not defined by what people say, happy because I have a family that loves and cares about what matters to me.” He thanked his mother for giving birth to him and acknowledged the love he had received from his extended family.

He also revealed his excitement about becoming a father soon, saying, “Tomorrow I celebrate my unborn daughter with the chef and the love of my life.” He expressed his gratitude for the love brewing in his heart, saying he is not afraid to love because love only gives and has no room to take.

In his post, Rapudo did not shy away from expressing his love and appreciation for his fans, especially the “mama Africanah” who he thanked for her endless love.

He further expressed his gratitude for his fans, saying, “I am overwhelmed by the love and support that I have received from my fans. They have become my family, and I am grateful for them.” He also shared his excitement about becoming a father and starting a family with the love of his life.

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