I Left Him- Dillish Matthews Speaks On Why Her Relationship With Adebayor Collapsed

Big Brother Africa 2013 winner, Namibian damsel Dillish Matthews has finally revealed what led to the collapse of her relationship with Togolese international footballer, Emmanuel Adebayor.

She made the revelation during a Question and Answer session with her fans on Instagram via her Insta story.

According to the Namibian businesswoman and fashionista, the collapse of her relationship with Adebayor wasn’t because someone cheated- “Nobody cheated please,” she said.


Surprisingly Dillish Matthews revealed that she left Adebayor discrediting reports that she got dumped by the footballer.

Speaking on her split from Adebayor, Dillish Matthews intimated that she left because she got tired of the way she was being humiliated by him online.

She further implored the fan and any other person who came across her revelation to pass the information on “to all the chat groups.”

She wrote,”It’s really none of yall’s business, but I’d like to make this clear; Nobody cheated please. I left cos I got tired of the way i was being humiliated by him on the net . Please send this to all the chat groups.”

Screenshot of Dillish Matthews post on why she left Adebayor

Despite not been in a relationship, the two seem to be cool friends as the two have respectively celebrated each other on their birthdays.

Sharing a photo of the Namibia beauty, Adebayor wrote: ‘SEA, despite all you have achieved, I am confident that the best of your years are still ahead of you. You have so many hidden gifts that the world is yet to see. Wishing you a happy birthday baby.’ 

Back in May, Dillish and Adebayor sparked speculations that their relationship was over after they unfollowed each other on Instagram.


Kwesi Appiah

Appiah Kwesi Anokye Dennis Jnr, professionally known as Kwesi Appiah is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger and writer.

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