Things that Kenyan men do that makes them broke

Kenyan men have stable jobs and an income, but somehow they are always broke.

They confronted these accusations when Classic 105 host Maina Kageni accused men of dumping their financial responsibilities on women.

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Maina said

men you are bankrolled by your women, they even give you money under the table to pay bills, your mpesa doesn’t even have 300 bob, you can’t pay rent, gari haina petroli, your account reads like a radio frequency, yet you men never give your women money.

To which Mwalimu Kingangi defended men saying they are bankrolling everything and women have no gratitude.

Kenyan men don’t know how to hide money where do our ladies take their money because men remove all their money and leave men broke


Why are Kenyan men such bad money managers asked Maina Kageni? Women manage money and men don’t.

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Alot of men supported Mwalimu saying they pay women’s bills, na wanapambanna na hali yao.

Here are reactions to Maina’s questions.
In Nairobi the good cars the women drive and their lavish lifestyles are sponsored by men. Men commit themselves to so many things.

I took a loan of to build a house and my spouse would just remind me that your money is going to build the house hii ingine na ongezea ni pesa yangu yet this is our house we are building.”

PRINCE VINZ Flag of Kenya…
We are not broke… We are rich until we start spending with you ladies…. #MainaAndKingangi
The man pays the expensive bills while the woman pays for the cheaper bills. When she pays the rent once she will say mimi ndo nalipanga

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Eric DerickFlag of Kenya..
kenyan men are never broke, they simply spend their money where they feel most appreciated!

Peter Kimatia..
we are not broke maina but we are paying all bills for family, extended family and who village single hundedly as unwritten law bestowed to African men.
kimi kimachu..
No, men have so many responsibilities that make this gender equality stuff a scam. A woman is just so stingy and doesn’t have many expectations in society. Hawa wanawake watuachishe

Eddie the mighty..
Because majukumu yetu ni mingi you pay tax,two take of your kid your mom,mother in law and worst your woman who dont want to see any penny standing n because of usumbuvu yake you end drinking the remaining or else tafta peace kwa mpango. What left to save Person running

… Kenyan men are not broke…. We just have too many responsibilities that have to be met. Not forgetting the OVER DEPENDANT WOMEN. Who expect us to cater for even their Most minor expense. Hata Tissue ya kubeba kwa Handbag wanatuitisha yet they are working!!!

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7 Agonizing things about dating a man shorter than you

Why is height still a factor when it comes to dating?

There’s nothing wrong with dating a guy who’s shorter than you, but it does come with its challenges.

Here are 7 very real truths about dating a guy who is shorter than you.

1. People will always make comments
Friends, or even strangers will always remind you of the height difference, and you will always remind those irritating moments. You will hear questions like ‘What’s it like’ or Does he mind it’ or someone telling you they couldn’t date a short man. It may sadly take years for you to continue hearing about the height difference even though to you it doesn’t make any difference.

2. Forget heels
Even though you are crazy about him, there are moments when you really want to wear those heels, but you will tower over him awkwardly and not feel great at all.

3. He is constantly trying to compensate
He goes out of his way to do things for you to make up for the height difference.

4. You’re very strategic about taking photos together
Selfies won’t be a thing for such couples. You may have to be strategic about taking photos for instance when sitting he should stand, or you should both sit and take that pic or else everyone will notice the height.

5. You find yourself justifying why you’re dating him
It’s a reality that you cannot deny. You will find yourself defending your choice of a bae by saying things such as ‘ he’s really sweet’ or ‘ height is just a number’ or you guys don’t know what a sweet guy he is’.

6. You feel like it’s all anyone ever sees
When you’re out in public and people look at you, you wonder if they’re thinking that you’re a girl with a short boyfriend. It’s like dating in interacial relationships, you wonder whether people judge you for dating that white guy.
You try to ignore it, but it’s just always an issue. It never goes away.

7. It makes you self-conscious about your own height
You will keep shuffling your feet whenever you are standing next to him owing to insecurities, because you fell like a giant next to him. If you are stressed out about it sis, put your heels away.

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Don’t Wear Pajamas: Tips for working at home during coronavirus pandemic

Millions of Kenyan workers have from today began experiencing what it is like to work from home.

Companies have notified staff that they will be working from home until other contingency measures have been put in place.

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So what does working from home entail?

Here are our tips to ensure you are just as productive at home as at the office.

  1. Dress the part

Don’t wake up and immediately start working while wearing pajamas. When you work from home, appearing professional can be just as important as when you work in a traditional office.

Exhausted, Tired Asian Business woman in black shirt holding notebook and sleeping on white sofa with blue wall. Stress from overtime working concept.
Exhausted, Tired Asian Business woman in black shirt holding notebook and sleeping on white sofa with blue wall. Stress from overtime working concept.

2. Stick to your normal schedule

Consider beginning and ending work at the same time each day – the way you would if you were at the office. This will help you separate professional time and personal time. Also remember to take your lunch break at the same time, just eat away from the desk to normalize things.

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3. Stay away from laundry or dishes in the sink

The temptation to watch just alittle TV or to quickly wash the breakfast dishes is too tempting. But don’t do it. This is not at home time, but work time.


4. Find a dedicated work spot

It’s tempting to work from bed in your pajamas, but how easy is it to slide down and take a short nap? A dedicated workspace is the best way to keep work and life separate – and ensure you’re not constantly reminded of your deadlines.

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‘Sanitize you’re phones too’ Doctor advises about coronavirus

A flood of questions met Dr Oluga who visited the Classic 105 studios to talk more about the coronavirus pandemic.

Dr Oluga is the Secretary General & CEO – Kenya Medical Practitioners Pharmacists & Dentists’ Union (KMPDU) and spoke with Maina to allay fears Kenyans have.

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness caused by a new virus. Symptoms include fever, coughing, sore throat and shortness of breath.

The virus can spread from person to person, but good hygiene can prevent infection.


Here are key pointers from Dr oluga:

One common fact that stood out is wash your hands with soap and water

Sanitizers are an alternative what’s important is washing your hands with soap and water

Coronavirus will help us build our healthcare system. So we will use this pandemic for our good. So that in the future we are able to handle such issues better #MainaAndKingangi


As much as children love to play make sure they avoid playing in crowded place #MainaAndKingangi

I will insist on the fact that people should wash their hands #MainaAndKingangi

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That’s Your computer Lab? KOT blown away by Brookhouse school pictures

Pictures of the computer lab at Brookhouse school has gone viral.

If you were not in a group of schools, you will understand why so many of us are salty.

The Brookhouse computer lab is so breathtaking, we can’t deal.

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brooke house sch 1

Nairobi was in 2019 rated as having the most expensive international schools according to a survey by International Schools Database shows that out of the six African cities surveyed, Kenya’s capital had the highest average fee as well as the most expensive fees charged, rivaled only by Cairo about Sh2.6 million. The study was published in the Businessdaily.

Here are some hilarious comments from KOT

Gasheri Shee Is ths a class or inside a plane pliz..

Kanzah Aadam Sheikh I feel we r in ushago here in uk🤣 . We don’t hv these !

Martin Kariuki Aye Brookhouse, is this a class or a ship?

Raabia Hawa Wah some of us tulikua kupanga line ya computer room zikiletewa tukiwa form 3. Anyway Bora uhai

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Kenny Mufasa Bahati Wang Wu Yi editing suite nzima ya Ghana man 😂😂😂 sio nusu ya hii😂😂😂

Otis Wakona Kenny Mufasa Bahati hehehehehehehehe. Am missing this my school too. Waaah, alafu tuanlilia hapa ati equity in representation and in opportunitites. let me focas

Tamala Busuku Wa Evelyn I have really admirer to teach in such schools yaani just to get the experience of dealing with well equipped institutions 😏

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Radio star Kingangi describes life in self isolation with family

Parenting during the coronavirus quarantine period is proving hectic, according to the confessions of many on Classic 105.

With schools closed to contain the spread of the virus, parents say the situation at home is craaaazzy.

How crazy? Classic Mwalimu Kingang’i is about to lose his mind.

He confessed to Maina Kageni that

 ‘na ile kukula wanakula fridge haina kitu, wamevunja kila kitu, wamewatch cartoon zote, kuna cartoon ya pig wanapenda sana, nimechoka nayo, kanguruwe kenginien kana teta sana,’

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Kingangi noted how parenting is different today compared to back in the day

‘parents don’t know how to deal with it, shida si mtoto ni mzazi’

total chaos ata hujui utawapeleke wapi

Maina then asked parents to call in and say how they are dealing with the situation at home. Here are some comments that show how tough it is.

Monique Kimmss..
#MainaAndKingangi Hapo kwa budget gava isaidie priss wazazy tunaumia Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joy Kwanza wanaumauma vitu alafu wanatupa kwa dustbinCrying face


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#MainaAndKingangi watoi huitisha chai every hour. They’re always hungry. A loaf of bread is enough for only 1 child. The govt shd help every household that has 2 kids or more with money. Let them use their huduma number recordsSmiling face with open mouth and smiling eyesSmiling face with open mouth and smiling eyes @ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya

There are people who work with budget. Now these kids are at home you need to provide breakfast, lunch these are meals they had in school because its paid for.”

Sharon ShanienTwo hearts..
Am trying to explain to him what corona is hashikanishi .. amekataa Yeye ataenda kusoma na teacher hio Confused faceConfused face.. then am continuously cooking in the house @ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya #MainaAndKingangi

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‘My neighbor is running a brothel despite quarantine,’ woman confesses

Kenyans defying the stay at home orders to halt Covid 19 spread, on Tuesday came under attack from Health CS Mutahi Kagwe who blasted them as  ‘indisciplined’.

Here is what he said about those who defy the stay at home order

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“Kenyans indiscipline is really costing us. We now have 9 more positive cases making the total to 25. Its unfathomable that we can’t adhere to government measures, the day this crisis bites hard, you still turn to government with cries of “serikali saidia”

This formed the Wednesday morning discussion on Classic 105.

Maina Kageni explained that the simple order to stay at home is necessary to break the chain of transmission.

Mwalimu said

“hii mambo ya kukaa nyumbani its not about those who have money, it’s for our own sake, its for a short while itaisha, it’s possible it happened in 1918, na ikapita, we can do better’

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Kenyans responded to Maina with blame games about why some are obeying and others are not likely.

One lady admitted to Maina that her neighbor is running a brothel and the traffic flow is quite heavy as she put it

Caller: “My neighbor has a guest house. People are coming in and going out. Why are they still operating surely?” #MainaAndKingangi

Another added

the level of arrogance is alarming in kenya.

Mutahi Kagwe is tired and stressed. He is a Commander putting a brave face for his soldiers. He is doing a good job but Kenyans need to help him being more disciplined stay home mee

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They are ready any time,
Stay at home and still they will be ready again when U starve,
Are we doing enough really? Italy started with 2 cases end of January, now they have 59,000+ confirmed cases, over 5,500 deaths. Kenyans are not changing. We are still playing with death. #LockDownKenya

lockdown meme
Maina the government showed us how to ignore the covid-19 right from the start. What do you expect?
Kenyans are just ignorant with the highest ,they still feel it’s a joke..two weeks is enough to fight this thing, if we just cooperate..even if it’s by force #MainaAndKingangi

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People feeling the financial pinch during the Coronavirus pandemic

Everyone is feeling the economic and social pain caused by this virus pandemic.

Business are closing shops as each day passes and the government comes up with more stringent measures.

A few people in the society are the feeling the pinch of this unprecedented pandemic.
1. Side chicks
I’m sorry, your services are kept pending until we are clear out of this international crisis. The little you were able to get from the man who kept you, you’ll have to live off that for now. Your duties resume as soon as the government says that everything is all settled and we can get back to our daily doings. Spend sparingly or else you’ll end up dead before Coronavirus is dealt with.
2. Mathe (Mama Kibandaski)
People are getting more cautious on the need to observe hygiene. People have put to hold eating from these Mathe joints. As much as food is cheaply sold here, hygiene is thrown out of the big window. No one wants to die out of this virus and hence people are avoiding these joints. These joints are losing customers as each day passes and some have completely shut down their joints.
3. Hawkers
This group could be the hardest hit in the wake of this pandemic. Most county governments are chasing hawkers out of town. With only a few observing hygiene, the county governments can’t take risk on lives of the larger public and hence asking these hawkers to close business or be dealt with the hard way.
4. Mutura joints
These joint are a darling to most Kenyans. A bite of this delicacy on your way home is the best after-work gift to have. However, as the Covid 19 pandemic victims keep on increasing, county governments are taking all necessary steps to ensure the virus is contained. That could be the reason why your favourite Mutura joint isn’t operational for now. Services will resume soon. Hold on guys!

‘I keep a mwiko near me to keep him off,’ woman in quarantine says of husband

While Khaligraph Jones is out here begging Huddah for some, a Kenyan woman is crying she is fed up of twa twa antics with her husband in self quarantine.

She is exhausted by his incessant demands, and has figured a way to keep him off of her as they quarantine amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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On the Thursday morning conversation Maina and Kingangi discussed how men are handling being in quarantine.

The woman who called to contribute to the morning conversation about how men are handling quarantine and chill, has had enough.

She told Maina what she is doing to stop him from touching her

juu siku hizi woi twa twa mimi paka nimeweka mwiko hapo, ajaribu nimchape 

This tickled Maina as another woman called in saying she is forced to make her husband shower.

She started off by saying ‘Hii quarantine itatuonyesha mambo.. What is she talking about?


She has now been forced to remind her husband that he needs to shower everyday.

She is hating being in quarantine with her man, who she describes as behaving worse than a baby.

he is alike a child, ni kama mtoto hana meno, I almost have to spoon feed him, and even worse hawaogi, I am forced to make him shower coz he is smelling, nimeona mwingine amejigifcha inje apige simu kwa mti wa stima nikajua ni ule mwingine anapigia,

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‘Kumbe it is a nightmare being in the house’, Maina responded to her cry.

There are no quarantine love stories, just spouses getting on each others nerves, according to the accounts of Classic 105 listeners.


This may give you a good giggle, but women out here are suffering being forced to self quarantine with husbands they rarely see until now.


Dear Classic 105 fam, how are you surviving the quarantine with your spouse? Any creative ways to keep the flame burning we could share with others? Drop your comments below.

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‘Indeed you are not ugly, just broke!’ Kenyans exclaim over Kipchumba Murkomen’s ashy TBT

Say what you will about Senator Kipchumba Murkomen, but one thing you have to agree with is that he does not shy away from showing his humble beginnings.

While many of his peers would cringe at the thought of showing how poor they were back in the day, Murkomen has no such fear.

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murkomen polo shirt

He proudly shared a tbt looking ashy in primary school, revealing this was just 26 years ago.

#TBT 26 years ago preparing for KCPE!

To say he grew up dirt poor is an understatement.

murkomen tbt in primary school
Kipchumba Murkomen tbt

Everyone who has seen this photo agrees ‘ametoka mbali’.

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Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joy hukua unaoga kitambo bro
Cheruiyot A Kirui
Face with tears of joy Face with tears of joy At least you had shoes… Shoes was a vocabulary kwetu
We thank God kwa umbali umetoka

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I hope that pot is still there, organize a celebration for it!

I can see water fridge hapo nyuma…legends will know

Mheshimiwa just celebrated his birthday on March 16, and his family threw him a super bash.

murkomen and wife
Murkomen and wife on March 16

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Deadly epidemics that almost wiped humans off the face of earth

The world has in the past suffered heavily under deadly epidemics that have rocked it.

With poor medical systems back in the days, diseases wreaked havoc leaving thousands of the population dead.

However, with improved health systems, the world doesn’t suffer greatly whenever a strange disease shows up.

It’s quickly contained and in no time it’s even completely wiped out, for example, smallpox.

Here are some of the deadly epidemics that almost wiped humans off the face of earth:
1. Black death
This has to be the most famous outbreak. It started in the 1330s, in east and central Asia. It was caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis which dwelled in fleas.

Once bitten, the flea released the bacterium into the human body and in no time someone was dead.

The plagues quickly spread all over Europe, Asia and North Africa. In a span of 20 years, about 200 million people died.
Humans back then blamed the plague on bad air, angry gods and demons.
2. Small Pox
Francisco de Eguia was the cause of the deadly disease. On March 1520, a Spanish ship carrying 900 Spanish soldiers along with firearms, soldiers and a few African slaves left the island of Cuba on its way to Mexico.

On reaching Mexico, the virus began to multiply fast within his body and in few says it burst out all over his skin in a terrible rash.

Francisco had to be taken to bed in the house of a Native American family in Cemploallan. He infected the family who in turn infected their neighbours.

The terrified refugees carried the disease throughout Mexico and beyond. By December 1520, eight million Mexicans were dead.
3. The Spanish Flu
It began in January 1918, when soldiers in the trenches of northern France began dying in huge numbers from a flu nicknamed “Spanish Flu”.

As people exchanged commodity around the world, the flu was passed across continents and in a few months half a billion people died which was a third of the population.

Hilarious confessions by Kenyans parents in tears over homeschooling 


It’s safe to say that homeschooling is not going well in Kenyan based on the confession of parents who called in to Classic 105 on Friday morning.

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Parents are facing a whole new world with children being home from school.

And because of the homeschooling process, many of them have realized just how grateful they are for teachers.

Mwalimu said ‘Frankly speaking we need to respect and check on them once in a while, wametutoa mbali’

To which Maina said ‘Amen’

Here are hilarious confessions of how things are going:

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Aky nakutolea kofia ,I wish uko karibu hii ya grade 2 nikuletee ,maina kanashinda kakinechekelea ,aty kwan mom mlisoma nn shule Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joy aky ziezani why lie #mainaandkingangi

school timetable
One I was to download & print problems related 2 teeth, I did but in black & white wee she asked me how will I explain it needs coloured to differentiate bleeding gums from akia ang’owa wee it ain’t a joke #MainaAndKingangi they will always challenge u

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angry mum cellotapes kids
Caller: “My child is in class seven and the other one in class eight. She asked me a math question and I told her to go ask the one in class eight. Maina corona imetufungua macho itabidi turudi shule.” #MainaAndKingangi
I never knew a chicken has a specific way of drawing itUnamused face we argued for two days and I gif up…

Nghaiiiii it’s hectic. Am lucky my daughter Mashirima is at home. She has saved me alot especially on Maths.Face with tears of joy

I was in such a bad state the psychiatrist wanted to admit me – Maureen Waititu

Maina this teacher they try now… nowadays I have downloaded a dictionary…when my daughter speaks English vocabularys zingine sielewi and am left wondering what’s that?!!!na ndio asijue sijui I use my dictionary…
Wale wazazi uambia watoto wa Mimi nilikuanga namba 1 mpaka class 8 sahii maths ya grade 3 inawapelekaje @Classic105Kenya @ItsMainaKageni #MainaAndKingangi


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Here’s what Coronavirus is bringing to the light about Kenyans

Over the past week or so, Kenya and the world over has been in the hands of the recent Coronavirus pandemic.

The numbers are spiralling quickly and the world all over is at a halt.

In the face of Coronavirus, it has been a chance to realize what characterizes a true Kenyan:
1. Prayerful
For those who underestimated Kenyans spirituality, I hope you are seeing what’s going around. Men, women and children are all on their knees asking or God’s mercy and intervention. A national prayer day was held on Saturday at the state house as President Kenyatta asked Kenyans to seek God’s forgiveness in the wake of the worldwide pandemic. A video went viral of bodaboda guys on their knees praying at their parking lot seeking God’s forgiveness.
2. Humorous
Kenyans will always find the funny side of everything. And Coronavirus isn’t an exemption. We’ve seen memes making rounds all over and it’s always a good time to cheer up in the face of panic. We thank Kenyans on Twitter (KOT gang) for keeping us all laughing in this trying moments.
3. Untrustworthy
Kenyans have always had trust issues with the government. They rarely buy into what comes from these agencies, ministries and parastatals. Since the Coronavirus found its way into Kenya, most Kenyans have been have issues with the reports been offered by the government. With a nation marred with corruption, anything said is always doubted and Kenyans will always bring their intellectual thoughts to counter everything.
4. Ignorant
This has to do with those guys living in the rural areas. It’s heartening when you listen to the level of ignorance from them. Some claim the virus attacks the rich, those who use planes to travel. Some claim it’s a disease affecting only the ones residing in urban centres. These levels of ignorance could lead to more trouble than good.

Family lessons to learn during the Coronavirus pandemic

I know guys.

I’ve been writing articles revolving around Coronavirus and you’ll have to pardon me.

More is in the store for you.

Buckle up.

The past few weeks have been tough the world over.

However, it’s a high time we reflect on the family values we have let loose and here’s a few:
1. Create time for your kids
Everyone says of how busy they are searching for “unga” to put on the table. But a man who neglects his own kids with the excuse of searching food for the family is as good as a dead man. During this period, most companies have asked their employees to work from home and people are out here agonising on how it’s hard to deal with kids. It’s not news that some kids would better lock themselves in their rooms rather than bond with the rest of the family. The father steps in and they walk out. That’s trouble looming.
2. Love your spouse
Been caught up in the modern relationship, it reaches a point where people live like host and guest. Look at yourself now, you have no option but to put up with that spouse you’ve been not paying attention to. It’s a good time to rekindle that love and bring a new spark to your dead romantic life.
3. Strive to make a home
Most of you were busy partying, taking those road trips and now it’s time to stay at home for the longer part of the day. You neglected your own home and it’s in shambles now. Your wife doesn’t care anymore, your kids cling to their mother more than you and you already feeling like a refugee in your house. For the women, you left all the wifely and motherly duties to the house help and the kids are now attached to her more than you. It’s a high time you went back to the drawing board and rectify the issue before it gets out of hand.
4. Family time
Do families eat at a table anymore or perhaps play games together. Everyone is busy on their phone keeping in tabs with what’s trending. Houses act like hostels and eating joints. Family members don’t sit together anymore to have meaningful talks. Try to retrace your steps and see where things went wrong, won’t you?

Please choose an artiste for me to beef with! Bored Akothee tells fans

Akothee has been hard at work giving her fans joy and mirth during this quarantine season.

The mother of 5 is wondering why Kenyan musicians don’t have any feud with her.

In a post seen by, Madam Boss explained that ever since she kicked off her music career in 2014, she had never had any bad blood with a fellow artiste and none of them had either picked up a fight with her.

You would think that that would be something she would be very celebratory about?

But not Madam Boss who enjoys some good controversy now and again.

Akothee in shades
Akothee in shades

The singer then said that she needed one artiste to start beefing with her as she was tired of going against her fans and followers in the comment section.

“Since I came to this music industry in 2014, I have heard about artists beefing on each other, how comes no one is beefing with me, or me beefing with anyone, 🤣🤣🤣🤣 please choose for me one artist that you think I should start war with right now, I am bored 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 nimechoka kubishana na mafans kwa comments, twende Twitter 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️” shared Akothee.

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Some of her fans came out to tell her that other musicians didn’t want to rub her off in the wrong way because they feared her.

Her comment comes a day after Willy Paul started beef with fellow musician Bahati concerning his musical talents.

Pozze dissed the “mama” singer about his vocal gifts even telling his wife Diana to help her husband instead of just eating.

Willy Paul and Bahati together
Willy Paul and Bahati together

For those who don’t know, Bahati and Akothee have a great working relationship with the “Baby Daddy” singer having an awesome opinion of him.

Just this past week she came out to defend him from the critics who attack his music saying that they were jealous.

Akothee with Bahati on a golf course
Akothee with Bahati on a golf course

Should the artiste Akothee starts beef with be Willy Paul?

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It’s never easy to deal with a break-up-Tanasha finally confirms split from Diamond

Tanasha Donna has been having a wonderful time since her move back from Tanzania last month.

The beauty and mother of one seems to be enjoying her time away from her baby-daddy Diamond Platnumz, with many believing that they might have broken up.

So have they split up?

Yes, they have.

In an interactive Insta-Live session, Ms Donna disclosed that it was never easy to deal with a breakup, but she will be sharing her story soon, highlighting what transpired before she decided to walk away.

Tanasha Donna in red
Tanasha Donna in red

Her long-awaited answer came after she had tried to avoid answering the question of whether she and Chibu were still together?

“I know a lot of your guys wanna know about what went down in my relationship and my personal life. This is not something I’m ready to come out with in public just as yet. Its something very personal and everybody has their own timing of coming out with their own stories, so I’m not here to talk about what happened in my previous relationship “said Tanasha Donna.

Tanasha Donna looking good
Tanasha Donna looking good

She went on to assure her fans that she will be sharing a small bit of her story in a magazine that will be soon be out.

“It’s never easy to deal with a break-up but am focusing on what matters the most, but I’m grateful all is well. But will talk about when the right time comes because everyone has her way of handling things. When I’m ready I will talk about it. And in the next few weeks I will tell a bit of my story in a magazine that I’m on the cover because I see everybody wants to know what happened” added Ms. Donna.

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While Tanasha might have confirmed her break-up, her ex hasn’t spoken about the current status of the pair’s relationship.

Diamond with Tanasha
Diamond with Tanasha

A fan asked had asked him, “So where is Tanasha?” A smiling Diamond responded saying; “That’s too private… Hayo mambo ya familia kidogo”.

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My ex-boyfriend tied me up and kidnapped me-King Kaka’s wife Nana Owiti reveals

King Kaka’s wife Nana Owiti normally has some of the most captivating stories among the celebrities that we have.

The mother of two has revealed that she was kidnapped by an ex-boyfriend in a club where she and her friend were having drinks.

This emerged during a conversation on Chatspot with fellow hosts Mwikali, Kush Tracey and Joyce Maina, about the worst break-up stories she had ever experienced.

Nana Owiti in purple
Nana Owiti in purple

Nana narrated that she was enjoying her drinks when her ex who was coincidentally at the club, asked her to meet him outside so that they could talk.

But when she went out, there was a car with its door wide open and before she could figure out what was happening, the guy grabbed her and carried her to the car despite her biting and resisting him.

“By the time nimetoka kuongea kuna wase wa nduthi hapo nje, there’s a car over there open nilibebwa kifudifudi nikaingizwa kwa gari, so I’m thinking what’s happening so I’m biting him he’s like unajua hauendi, nilipelekwa kwa hao nimefunganishwa kamba, like for real for real and then I’m like okay its 3 AM, I’ve drowned a whole bottle of wine, what do I do now?” narrated Nana.

Nana Owiti in yellow
Nana Owiti in yellow

After devising a plan, she hit him, ran away and hid somewhere else.

The crazy guy went ahead to tell the watchman that should he see a lady of a certain description, he should stop her because she has stolen sh 50,000.

“Nikamgonga halafu nikahepa and he’s athletic so nikaingia place ingine, kona fulani of course alifika hapo akaona theres no way huyo dem amefika pale so akachukua mawe anazirusha rusha mahali niko and I can’t make a sound. So this soldier comes kumbe ameenda kwa gate akasema ukiona dem amaevaa hivi jua ameiba 50k umshike,” added the mother of two.

Nana Owiti with King Kaka
Nana Owiti with King Kaka

After talking to the watchman who was ready to shoot her with his bow and arrow, he helped her find a phone and then called her friend who later picked her.

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They are jealous of you – Akothee tells Bahati in support of embattled musician

Despite Bahati being recently roasted by Willy Paul about his talent musically, he still has a firm supporter in Akothee. The mother of 5 spoke out for the singer and defended him from his many detractors on her Instagram page.

Help your husband sing instead of just eating – Willy Paul tells Bahati’s wife Diana Marua

She commended the singer for the good work he has been doing and for the many hats he wears including being a singer, a father, and a husband.

“You have shocked many with your moves, at your age, you have responsibilities, a father and a husband, some idiots in the industry can only count how many abortions their women or girlfriends have hard, some impregnate women and force them to have abortions or they ran away after blocking them on Instagram, my inbox is full with this kind of celebrities who take advantage of their fame, We know them” shared Akothee.

Akothee with Bahati on a golf course
Akothee with Bahati on a golf course

That wasn’t all the “Sweet Love” singer also told the EMB Boss that his success is the cause for the jealousy that his critics have and that he should be proud of his successes despite the negativity he has received.

She finished off by encouraging the singer to keep up the good work saying that his haters were watching and that why their song ‘Nakupa Moyo’ had received over 200k views on YouTube in one day.

“So just know that putting your family on clean limelight get ready to be admired, and it’s the only success that triggers jealousy, otherwise they will ignore you, your brand gets stronger when people talk about you 💪 Keep doing what you are good at doing, they are not sleeping, it tells you they are watching🤣🤣 🙏🏾, they are among the 200k views in one day 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣, you are winning, @bahatikenya you have mad fans and support behind you my son, waoshe wanyorosheeeeee 🙏🏾🙏🏾, I am your number 1 supporter 💪💪💪@bahatikenya @diana_marua Nakupa _moyo link on my bio ❤❤,” added Madam Boss.

Akothee with Bahati on a golf course
Akothee with Bahati on a golf course

The two released Nakupa Moyo, a lovely gospel song on Thursday 26th March a song that has become a favorite among fans.

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