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Crushing on the gorgeous Michelle Ntalami

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Michelle Nkatha Ntalami

Michelle Ntalami is our socialite of the week, it is quite easy to crush on this sweet melanin bombshell. She has made a name for herself as a businesswoman and socialite. It is very rare you find a woman blessed with both beautiful looks and business acumen, it can only be Michelle Ntalami.

Her Business

Michelle Ntalami

With the creation of Marini Naturals, Michelle Ntalami is the creative and entrepreneurial force behind Kenya’s first organic hairline for Black women with natural hair. After her father was diagnosed with cancer, Ntalami was moved to embrace a healthier and more organic lifestyle, and in addition to eating healthier and exercising, she began to rid herself of toxins by refraining from chemically altering her hair. This inspired the birth of her company.

Relationship experience

Michelle Ntalami

Founder and owner of Marini Naturals, Michelle Nkatha Ntalami took to social media to share details of her past relationship experience.

Through an interactive session on Instagram with her followers, Ntalami revealed that when she was just 20 years old, she had the worst relationship experience ever. She went on to say that the relationship completely changed who she is because it broke her down into pieces, and it took her seven years to heal.

Michelle Ntalami
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“At 20yrs, I got into the worst relationship of my life. It changed me till today. It broke me emotionally, physically and psychologically. It took me 7 years to heal from it. In that my next solid relationship from that one was at 27yrs. But I healed, and came out stronger,” part of her post read.

However, the young C.E.O was quick to point out that she recovered from the experience and she is actually grateful that she went through it.

Michelle Ntalami

“I’m grateful it happened and for the changes it brought in my life. I’ve got a tattoo on my back, which is a powerful reminder never to let myself go there again,” she wrote.