Ben Pol has owned up to his mistakes following his explosive interview with Millard Ayo that left his ex-wife Anerlisa Muigai breathing fire.
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Taking to his social media pages, Ben Pol released a written statement saying he did not intend to hurt the Keroche Breweries heiress.
“I want to apologize for the things I said about my marriage during my series of interviews with Millard Ayo, which started broadcasting on the 13th of January, 2023. My intention was never to hurt but to share my experience of the marriage, an experience I take full responsibility for. I also wanted to articulate how it affected my mental health,” he wrote.
Ben Pol acknowledged that his words were hurtful and apologized to Anerlsa and the public.
He assured that going forward, he will be mindful of how he talks about his experiences with mental health.
While I do want to continue to talk about mental health and speak about my experiences, I will strive to do so in a way that is more mindful and more constructive,” he concluded.
— Ben Pol (@IamBenPol) January 16, 2023
1. Speak your mind and your experience it will help you to Move on
2. See a therapist for mental health issues
3. Dont jump into another relationship kwa sasa take time off to heal (go for a holiday)
4. Get a hobby! Or hit the studio and hit us with them sad love songs! ❤️❤️
— T (@TayanahTibs) January 16, 2023
Bro Fanya Kazi, Ongeza juhudi katika Career yako, Wanawake wazuri bado wapo, Mshukuru sana Mungu kwa Kukupitisha katika hili lipo jambo atakuwa ame kuepusha nalo pengine lingekuwa na athari kubwa katika ustawi wa Maisha yako.
Piga moyo Konde, Hasira zote amishia katika kazi.
— Mou Maulid (@MouMaulid) January 16, 2023
Acha ujinga man
— Chifu (@ChachaMayagilo) January 16, 2023
You will be fine, next time utafanya maamuzi sahihi? Pole sana kwa hali uliyopitia mzee. We understand you.👊👊. Keep going
— Joel Kiula (@JoKiula) January 16, 2023
Mnafanya ujinga then mnasingizia mental health mwanaume kifua ndugu yangu na sio moyo mashine
— satisfiedflow🏂 (@vinijohnz) January 16, 2023
I really understand you, sometimes we feel in order to be out of intraconflict we must speak to the crowd, but unfortunately, things go worse, another time try to handle by yourself and focus more on building your life. Pasts are pasts, can never change, but future can be changed
— Tivist (@NuxLee1) January 16, 2023
You all bashing this man for absolutely nothing, we should be concerned more of his mental health. You all encourage men to speak up but when we do we end up being demonized for it. Outrageous.
— Laban Nkya (@Laban_Nkya) January 16, 2023