Comedian Patrick Idiringi Salvador laughs off rumors of his break up with wife.
Comedian Patrick Salvador and his current wife Daphine got married in December 2020, after seven years of dating and three babies together. The journey for he’s two has been a normal journey filled with love as they always captured sweet moments together for their followers to have a look and pick a few lessons from their romance. Currently, Salvador has got his legion of fans questioning what could be going on in his love relationship following a tweet that he put up.
It pointed to possible trouble in paradise, given the choice of words he used like loyal, stupid, privilege, depressed and disappointed. In the tweet, Salvador noted that only his children are capable of throwing him off balance emotionally, but avoided mentioning his wife Daphine Frankstock, something that made social media inlaws raise their eyebrows.
“I’m loyal, but not stupid, I don’t think I can ever get into depression because of someone else. I have reached a point in my life where I can only get disappointed in people, but never heartbroken, that privilege is only left for my kids, coz they have my blood.”He tweeted
Part of what is making his followers' heads spin is the fact that the comedian recently went on a couples’ vacation with the Mulondos (Brian and Manuella) and the Nabwisos (Mathew and Eleanor) with pictures littered all over the internet.
However, Salvador has come out and scoffed at those claiming that from the vacation pictures, his and Daphine’s body language gave out a few clues of brewing tension compared to the chemistry of the Mulondos and Nabwisos, who actually held hands in photos. He went on and replied to the accusations asking whether pictures could clearly show that there was no chemistry between him and his wife.
“So from your wisdom, you concluded that our chemistry was bad from pictures? This Uganda is not for the faint-hearted. The 14 million sentiment keeps me on being justified all the time. Anyway like you said, what do you know?” He said
Salavador then shared a photo of them onboard a plane and captioned it:
“Uganda olemwa. This is the photo that exposed ignorance. Look at how unhappy we are.”
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