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Adora and AB address breakup rumours

Adora and AB speak on juggling romance, grinding and the rumours in between.

Celebrity couples well, become couples all the time and split up too. Some break up forever whilst others reunite and live their best life. However, this rather unspoken rule in the Namibian entertainment that celebrity relationships are not to be spoken about is about to change as power couple Adora and producer AB open up about their relationship to unwrap.online, confirming that they had broken up but have reconciled.

Having been together for over three years as a couple and business partners, the two in the interview said that although they don’t always agree on things, they try to accommodate each other’s opinions and views. Speaking on their split, the two say that they got caught up by focusing on their goals and forgot to focus on the relationship element.

“Like any other relationship we too have face/faced challenges,” they said.
Speaking on how they handle differences in the two capacities, the two say it is all about acknowledging one another.

“We acknowledge each other’s strengths and weaknesses, so where the one slacks, the other picks up. We have learned to be brutally honest, when communicating, where the other is wrong we don’t feed each other’s ego. We try to separate us as a couple, and us as business partners.”

Adora and AB say the best part of working together is the fact that they win together, face fires together knowing that they have each other’s best interest at heart.

“Prayer and Respect over everything creating moments away from work. Giving each other space when it’s getting too much.Having fun through the process. Though it’s hard to separate work from the relationship we learn every day to find the balance. Date nights, our time, driving off to Lord knows keeps it goes going,” they concluded.


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