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Businesswoman and Public Relations expert Cebbie Koks has responded to questions about her decision to remove her husband Steve Ogolla’s name and pictures from her Instagram profile.

The move sparked rumors about the state of their relationship, especially considering earlier rumors of separation that emerged in mid-2023.

Despite dismissing rumors of separation in October, online observers noticed significant changes in Koks’ Instagram activities in January 2024.

They discovered that she had deleted pictures of her husband and changed her profile on Instagram. These actions fueled further speculation, especially following rumors of divorce between Cebbie and Steve.

In a conversation with Jagero on February 14, Cebbie Koks addressed the rumors surrounding her Instagram activities.

She firmly defended her right to privacy and emphasized that she is not obliged to explain every decision she makes in her personal life.

She emphasized the need for people to respect personal boundaries, especially in the realm of social media, where public figures often face intense scrutiny.

“People are petty, I have a business in that context too. Why don’t they talk about that? Why are we looking at things that don’t matter… We have a more negative bias than positive. People need to mind their own lives.

“They should leave people alone because even celebrities are people. Can I live my life the way I see fit? Instead of living a private or social media life. Any decision I make, it’s my choice and my space. I shouldn’t be forced to explain why I did it,” she said.

Cebbie emphasized the power of choice in online interaction, saying that individuals should not feel compelled to justify every move they make on social media.

“One of the things that has made me continue to stay on social media is to be authentic… To live according to my choice, passion, goals, and aspirations. So if I have to explain to everyone why I stopped doing certain things, then it will be chaotic and that’s why many public figures fall into depression,” she said.

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