Who is more to blame for their relationship dramas? Maureen Waititu or Frankie Kiarie?(Poll)

The Kenyan entertainment scene is clearly a mature one. Why? Scandals and controversies come out daily at a rate that even I am struggling to keep up.

The one that has dominated this week is the drama between Frankie Waititu and his ex Maureen Waititu. In his birthday post to his son, Frankie claimed that he couldn’t be with his son Lexi during the auspicious occasion because he had been forbidden from seeing him.

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The henched father of 3 wrote and I quote, “Since I have no access to you, I’ll pass these words on and hope they find you.”

The line above came in the middle of a long wall of text in his message but caught the eye of many keen watchers.

His post escalates an already tenuous relationship between the two media personalities who co-parent two children together. This will inevitably lead to a counter from Maureen.

The accusations and counter-accusations between the two have increased this past year. This is in contrast to 2019 when the couple split up and seemed to have had an unspoken detente’.

Frankie and Maureen Waititu’s relationship was always bound to end in the gutter

But it seems that Frankie’s new relationship (and subsequent baby) with Corazon Kwamboka might have been the fuse that ignited the powder keg.

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While I don’t see the tensions reducing for now (until the courts hopefully intervene), I have to ask; who do you think is more to blame for the current maelstrom between the two?

Please vote below:

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Maina was wrong, Oparanya was right in showing off his two wives

Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya yesterday shocked some when he attended Mashujaa celebrations in Kisii county with both his wives in tow.

We Kenyans who have the attention span of a well-fed lion jumped on the issue. Our very own Maina Kageni spoke on the issue and was unhappy with what Oparanya had done.

Wycliffe Oparanya
Wycliffe Oparanya

Maina felt that it was disrespectful to his first wife for him to do as such, saying,

To me, the lack of respect is what’s bothering me Maina began his rant as he also took aim at men with multiple wives. What is the Governor teaching the youth? I don’t want to be disrespectful, first of all, he kosead his first wife, you cannot go to a wedding with two women. I don’t care who you are, it’s disrespectful.

While Maina might have felt as such, many Kenyans were more pragmatic about it saying that as long as the man had the money to do so and the wives were willing participants, they didn’t have an issue.

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And while I agree with the majority of Kenyans, I do so for two different reasons. They are;

-Polygamy is legal in Kenya-In 2014, Uhuru Kenyatta signed the law that brought civil law, where a man was only allowed one wife, into line with customary law, where some cultures allow multiple partners.

The law also stipulates that a wife is entitled to an equal share of whatever the couple acquired during their marriage. While it is difficult to determine what each wife should get at least the law will cover them in some way, something Oparanya’s wives are guaranteed under the law.

Wycliffe Oparanya
Wycliffe Oparanya

Why is this good? Many women normally get kids with men as side-chicks and aren’t entitled to some form of inheritance when the shared man dies-Off course some caveats apply.

-Secondly, having a man in the home has been shown to positively impact the development of children. A lot of issues with kids today stem from daddy issues (father abandonment, father absence) and science has shown the importance of a father in a child’s life.

That Oparanya is willing to publicly show his two wives off shows that his kids are a priority to him. He isn’t ashamed and is claiming them (wives) and their kids when he is still alive. That pride and ownership is not something that should be understated as it helps the psyche of the children involved.

-Lastly, Oparanya does what many men don’t. Publicly claim and show off his wives preventing any crazy scenario in the future where unknown clandes and kids come from the woodwork once he dies.


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If I was to change something I would probably take it away – Grace Ekirapa on her 2020 wish

I recently spoke to Crossover101 host Grace Ekirapa. The well-spoken and cautious media personality spoke about how her 2020 had gone so far.

She said that her year had gone in an unexpected but great fashion although she had also faced a hurdle with her high school ministry.

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She said that the Covid situation had affected her book launch and how she could share it with students.

When Covid-19 happened I had just launched my book in February. I was ready to do a couple of tours in high school, so I had booked a couple of schools. I had to cancel all that and it was quite shaky for me at the time. I would have gone and done more.

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She added that she could see the effects of the pandemic on the whole country, saying;

It’s no secret what this has done for our economy. In the body of Christ people are losing work. Some have lost their loved ones. It’s definitely not something we saw coming.

If was to change something I would probably take the Corona away. I also wish we were better prepared to deal with the pandemic.

Did she think that the country was ready to deal with kids going back to school? Grace is a firm believer in personal responsibility first telling me;

Before we even take it to the schools or the government, we have a personal responsibility. Of course, that seating at home isn’t helping anyone. You’ll see that many students are not being able to study from home. Some students are having to get up to go and help their parents make money for food at night. This definitely means they don’t have the chance to seat and read. So there are safe spaces in those schools.

Finishing with;

If we can take better measures then we can manage. Everyone just needs to be selfless right now and not be selfish which will be hurting others when we are smiling ourselves.

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‘Please don’t cry,’ Zari Hassan begs Diamond’s kids as they plan to visit their him in Tanzania

Diamond Platinumz will soon re-unite with his children Latiffah and Nillan sired by his baby mama Zari Hassan.

Diamond will be meeting up with his kids after he ironed out his differences with his South African based baby mama Zari Hassan and is now in talking terms with his kids Tiffah and Nillan.

Diamond has not been seeing his kids for over a year but promised to see them after corona.

This was after Zari referred to his as a clown after he pledged to pay three months’ rent for 500 Tanzanian households who have been affected by the stringent measures put in place to fight Covid-19.

Since I have no access to you…’, Frankie pens an emotional message to son as he turns 5 years old

The mother of five, on her Instastories, said there is no need of pleasuring others while your own are not happy.

Without mentioning names, she pointed out that the father of her two children did not know what his kids ate.

 “… but you don’t know what your kids eat, or how they sleep, if fees and medical insurance is paid. You will never please the world when your own are not happy and taken care of. You’re selling a lie. Some people have become clowns to some of us,” she wrote.
Zari and Diamond party
Zari and Diamond party

Diamond then reached out to his Baby Mama and promised to see them after the pandemic.

The two have been in communication, and in a video shared today by mama Diamond’s bae ‘Uncle Shamte’, he captioned;

Mipaka imefunguliwa Allhamdullillah…Tushanunua dictionary bin kamusi zetu na mkewangu, waje tu kwa kweli.”

In the video Zari is chatting with Tiffah and Nillan asking them not to cry when they visit their papa.

She then says she will not go with them but will visit later.

Since I have no access to you…’, Frankie pens an emotional message to son as he turns 5 years old

Youtuber Maureen Waititu and Fitness trainer Frankie’s firstborn son has turned five years old today.

The two parents separated last years due to unresolved issues leaving their two children under the care of Maureen.

Frankie has since moved on and got another child with socialite Corazon Kwamboka in August.

To celebrate his son, Frankie penned an open letter describing how his son Lexi brought pure love to his life when he was born.

He assured him of pure love and to be there for him all the days of his life.

Preparing him for life, Frankie told his son that life has its ups and downs and is not always fair, but through strength and resilience he will see him through.

Frankie also alleged that he has no access to his son but hoped his message will get to his son.

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Check out the open letter;

“To My Son,

When you came into this world, you brought a love so pure I had never before experienced. When you spoke your first word, walked your first steps, I became your biggest fan. With every milestone you reached, I reveled in joy. You taught me the meaning of love — true, unconditional love.

As you continue to grow, you will live your own life. You will have times of happiness and times of disappointment. You will fall in love, and you will have your heart broken. Life has its ups and downs and is not always fair, but I know your strength and resilience will see you through.

Frankie Kiarie with his two sons
Frankie Kiarie with his two sons

May you always know your worth and how incredibly precious you are! As your Papa, it is my privilege to impart these important truths to you.

Since I have no access to you, I’ll pass these words on and hope they find you. Be true to yourself always. Live your own dreams. Don’t take life so seriously. And, last but certainly not least, Know that I love you and will always be there for you. No matter what, I’ve got your back. You are my son and always will be. Happy Birthday Lexi.

‘I want a wife like Sarah Kabu,’ Maina Kageni reveals after visiting her retirement home

Classic 105 presenters Maina Kageni is mesmerised by Sarah, the wife to Bonfire adventures CEO, Simon Kabu. Maina visited the Kabus’ retirement home in Ol Pejeta ranch in Nanyuki last week.

Sarah surprised her hubby with a 5 bedroom house worth Sh37 million during his birthday.

The mother of two revealed that she took a loan to buy the house, which was her hubby’s dream.

‘…I knew how badly you wanted to get a holiday home inside Ol Pejeta Conservancy but Corona happened. You dreamt to enjoy but you didn’t dare to achieve. Ladies I have told you many times to visit @dadabystanbicbank page uchanuliwe na women of substance on how to achieve your goals through #dadacan ask any teacher without loans you cannot achieve much like for this project only 30% of potential income will be going to loan repayment and nikimaliza mimi na retire hapa na who is who in Kenya,’ Sarah posted on social media.

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Simon and Sarah Kabu enjoying a romantic moment
Simon and Sarah Kabu enjoying a romantic moment

While being taken on a tour of the power couple’s house, Maina Kageni said he would love to marry such a caring and loving woman.

“Aki si unampenda. Si I get a woman to buy me a house like this. I need a wife like Sarah,” he said.

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Hamisa Mobetto: A case study of women being their worst own enemies

Hamisa Mobetto unpacked a lot recently when she was interviewed by Wasafi media. The mother of two had a lot to speak about but the vignette that stood out for most was her revelation of the trials she had faced having a baby while dating Diamond Platnumz.

Speaking in an interview with Wasafi TV Hamisa confessed that she had suffered three miscarriages before giving birth to her son, Dylan.

“If there’s someone who was 100 percent sure that Dylan was his kid, it was Diamond. I suffered three miscarriages before I gave birth to Dylan. During the pregnancy, we were together until the day I went to give birth.”

While I am happy for Hamisa and Diamond that they were able to finally get a child from their apparently short liaison, I still think the whole affair stinks to high heaven.

My issue

What get’s me is that Miss Mobetto was perfectly OK to date a man that she knew was already dating another woman. At the time of her affair with Diamond, the singer had already had a child with Zari Hassan his first baby mama.

Not only that, his second-born Nillan with Zari would be born a few months before Dylan was born. Tiffah, Diamond’s eldest daughter was born in August 2014, while Nillan was born in December 2016, with Dylan being born in August 2017.

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This means that Diamond was seeing (sleeping with) Miss Mobetto for some time and not as a fling like we were made to understand. The rumours we had had at the time about the affair was that they met on the set of Diamond’s song, “Salome” where Miss Mobetto was the video vixen.

The joke doing the rounds since then was that Diamond would get kids on the first try because his pull-out game was as weak as Genghis Khan’s. But now that story can be put in the trash-bag as Hamisa revealed that she had 3 miscarriages before she got Dylan.

That tells me that the two had had a long-term situationship-one that can successfully fit in 4 pregnancies(I am not a doctor but the period must not be less than 6-8 months).

According to data; women who know they’re pregnant, about 10 to 15 in 100 pregnancies (10 to 15 per cent) end in miscarriage.

Most miscarriages happen in the first trimester before the 12th week of pregnancy. Miscarriage in the second trimester (between 13 and 19 weeks) happens in 1 to 5 in 100 (1 to 5 per cent) pregnancies.

Women are their worst own enemies

This brings me to my point; Miss Mobetto knew that the singer was in a long-term relationship with Zari but that didn’t stop her from still giving away the guava to him.

That Zari was pregnant with Nillan while Hamisa was sleeping with Diamond didn’t matter one bit to her. In fact, she slept with a married man so much so that she had multiple miscarriages during that time.

Dylan was not an oops baby but borne out of premeditated desire. She knew what she was doing with a married man and didn’t care what would happen when the world(Zari) found out. In Miss Mobetto’s world, it was (Me, Myself and I).

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Zari would later on dump Diamond in early 2018, attributing his philandering to her decision. Many of her fans blamed Hamisa for the break-down of the relationship, something I didn’t quite understand then as I blamed Diamond solely for not keeping his zip up.

But with this new info, I see Hamisa in an entirely different light, that of women being their worst on enemies.

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Alipenda pombe! Auntie Boss actress reveals that Othuol gave up on TB medication

Auntie Boss’s actress Silrosa says Othuol Othuol was fighting alcohol addiction.

Speaking on The Trend, Sandra, said Othuol used to drink a lot.

“He had been diagnosed with liver cirrhosis four years ago, diagnosed with Pulmonary Tuberculosis in February 2019, given medication but couldn’t stick to the dose.”

Silprosa added that he stopped taking medication after some time.

“It seems he had given up and never cared about his life,” she said.

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“Artists, let’s be responsible. Tuachane na pombe.”

Comedian Otoyo had also narrated how some of Othuol’s friends tried to help Othuol.

“Around a year and 8 months ago, he was diagnosed with TB. He was given medication which he was supposed to take for 60 days without fail. But Othuol used to drink. He took the medication for a month or so and stopped. Akarudia pombe kimpango and it came to our attention. Jalas, Sandra Dacha and I got mad with him,” Otoyo said.

Plans to give him a decent burial are underway and other comedians are fundraising ahead of his burial on Saturday 24 in Alego, Siaya county. The budget is Ksh1 million.

‘No one wants to die and leave their children scattered,’ Tedd Josiah whispers

Music producer and businessman Tedd Josiah says it is important to look for someone who holds your vison so that incase you are not there, they will be able to manage your family.

Tedd, who has been raising his daughter since she was three months old says that it is easy for one to be forgotten once they die if the person left behind did not have a vision.

In a post on Instagram Tedd shared some of the main reasons to the above topic.

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The answer to that question is simple.


No one wants to die and have their seed (children) scattered on the face of the earth feeling lost and orphaned because the man you left or woman you left on earth didn’t love you enough to hold on to them through the pain.

No one wants their name to be forgotten when they are gone.

No one wants to be just another person who had gifts and talents that are now forgotten….”

Tedd Josiah with his late wife
Tedd Josiah with his late wife

The other reason people pair up as couples is for;


“So don’t look at a pretty face with a lost soul and no goals or a charmer with a lot of money and no direction unless your goal is temporary in which Case voice it as a temporary relationship.

But if you’re looking at a person with a family in mind then look for a person you can entrust your name, your dreams, your children and your forever with.

Because forever ♾ IS A MIGHTY LONG TIME & we all have a forever 


Causes of premenstrual symptoms (PMS) and how to fix it

 Feelings of irritability, cravings and fatigue are as common around the time of your period but many don’t know how to deal with premenstrual symptoms

But what you might not know is what is causing your premenstrual symptoms (PMS) and how to deal with it.

Fertility specialist, Dr Nat Kringoudis, believes that stress is one of the major factors that contributes to PMS.

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According to Daily Mail Dr Nat  shared the eight ways you can beat or at least relieve symptoms around your time of the month, and the one superfood that will help to balance your hormones.

Writing on her blog, Melbourne-based Dr Kringoudis explained exactly why a hard time at work or home might contribute to your PMS.

‘Stress in the body undermines pretty much every bodily function, and given our reproductive systems are the most sensitive, stress will definitely impact its function,’ she said.

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The specialist added that ‘during PMS, that stress can impact our body’s ability to regulate hormones effectively – the additional cortisol and other stress hormones can upset functioning levels of progesterone’.

Progesterone is the ‘feel good’ hormone, and Dr Kringoudis said that when it goes ‘too low, too quickly in our luteal phase, it can feel like PMS is getting the best of us’.

So how can you beat PMS, or at least relieve the symptoms when you’re feeling low?

First, there is one superfood that Dr Kringoudis believes we should all incorporate into our daily regimes: Maca powder.

‘Maca gets the title of a superfood because it delivers on the nutrition front,’ she said. ‘It’s totally full of vitamins and minerals as well as enzymes and amino acids… It’s full of B vitamins, which are good for energy, and magnesium – one of my favourite all-round period fixers.’

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Next, she said there are eight other things you can do to regulate your hormones and reduce feelings of nausea, bloating and irritability.

‘Drink chamomile tea, as it will help to keep you calm and can also help alleviate cramping associated with menstrual bleeding.’

Dr Kringoudis also recommends loading your plate up with Vegemite, which is ‘loaded with B vitamins which immediately balance out oestrogen and boost the feel good hormones, dopamine and serotonin’.

The eight things you should do to beat PMS

1. Drink chamomile tea.

2. Pull in the reins and go gently.

3. Eat Vegemite.

4. Take some gentle exercise.

5. Prioritise rest.

6. Get some sunshine in.

7. Bathe in lavender oil.

8. Stock up on Maca powder.

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It is not about bedroom prowess! Kambua shares things you should never tell a couple struggling with infertility

Singer Kambua is a true testimony that God answers prayers.

After seven years of waiting for a baby, God finally answered her prayers and last year she welcomed a baby boy, Nate.

One year later, she is expecting her second born child.

After being ridiculed and mocked for being childless, Kambua has been talking to various platforms encouraging couples who are in the same condition as her.

According to Kambua, it has not been an easy journey as some of the people in the society do not understand that it can happen to anyone.

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In a recent interview with ‘The waiting womb’, Kambua said that she dropped some friends after she realised that they were always talking about children in her presence.

Well, Kambua took to her Instagram page to explain some of the things the society need to shun from telling a couple that is struggling with infertility.

One of the things she highlighted is about being a pro in bed.

Check out the long post;

“Over the last few weeks I’ve had conversations with different groups of women. Some of the ones that resonated most with me are @thewaitingroom_journey (Sydney, Australia), and @waitingwombstrust (you can catch this on YouTube).
Having walked the long, painful, sometimes lonely journey of infertility, I would like to share with you some things that women like me would like you to know. Today I’ll share the ‘What NOT to say’ to a person or couple struggling with infertility. You’re welcome to add onto this, as I obviously won’t be able to cover everything.”


Here is the list of what to avoid;

“🚩STOP asking people when they’re going to have children/ why they’re taking so long

🚩If they have already have a child, STOP asking when they will have another. (Secondary infertility exists)

🚩Weight gain is not an invitation to talk about whether or not someone is pregnant

🚩By all means, invite us to your baby showers. STOP walking on eggshells around us

🚩 DON’T make suggestions/give advice on what to do “Just do IVF… Just Adopt”, etc, unless your opinion has been sought.

🚩 Miscarriage & infant loss is a deep, deep form of heartbreak. Avoid saying things like, “God loved them more”… “It was God’s will”… “You’ll get another one”. Sometimes, silence is really golden.

🚩 DON’T minimize the issue. Listen. Sympathise. Listen.

🚩STOP telling men that they score blanks, or telling women to up their game. It’s not about sexual prowess!

🚩 DON’T compare people’s journeys. “So and so also had blocked tubes, PCOS, Endo”, etc. Everyone’s journey is unique and different
I’ll leave it at that for today. Sending all my sisters in the wait, love and light ✨✨✨”

Cheap But Fun Things To Do This Weekend

The weekends here guys, and it’s the one time when we get to ditch our work clothes and slay all weekend. While some of us prefer to sleep in all weekend, others prefer to do fun stuff and get that weekend vibe going.

I have put together a list of some fun and cheap things you can do for your weekend activities. Have fun:

Volunteer Work

Consider doing some volunteer work for a charity. As experience it can go on your CV, can introduce you to new people, and provide a welcome feel-good factor.

Go through your closets and find items you can donate to people you are visiting. Remember not to give out the worn out.

This weekend my dear ladies and gentlemen consider visiting a childrens home, sick people in hospitals or any volunteer work that you consider best for you. Inspire a soul and maybe you will touch a soul.

Don’t just visit your bae, instead invite them to accompany you for that service. Change a life.


Play Hide and Seek

This may seem childish but it’s surely not.

This is a terrific way to entertain your children, but it’s also fun if you’re adults. This will relax your mind and help you forget about spending a lot of your cash.

Play with your spouse, friends and at long last you will have had a fantastic weekend.


Learn a Foreign Language

Nothing is stopping you from taking up German, French, Japanese, Italian etc. Look for a wide range of language courses.

You have your mobile phones, make use of them and travel wide. Let’s move out of our countries this weekend.


Play Card Games

Invite a few friends over and have a card night. This is fun especially with your friends, if you have some spare cash, buy drinks as you play.

If you do not have you cash to spoil them then, make it a B.Y.O.E. Party.

This stands for, Bring Your Own Everything. Guests are encouraged to bring food and drinks to share.


Rearrange the Furniture in Your House

Help your wife do this over  the weekend. Trust me you will love the new look and feel of your living room now! Rearranging furniture doesn’t cost anything and adds a new flair to your place.

This is awesome to do for this weekend.


Write a Letter to a Family Member You Haven’t Talked to in a While

When is the last time you sat down and wrote a letter? There’s something magical and nostalgic about the written word on paper. Send a letter to someone you haven’t talked to in a while and tell them how much you love them.

Most of us have become so lazy because of the technology we have, find a paper remind yourself how to write in a paper using a pen.




Hopefully these ideas are enough to get you started on a fun, cheap, and rewarding weekend!







7 type of neighbors you are likely to meet in Nairobi’s flats and estates

The search for greener pastures has seen many Kenyans relocate to Nairobi and its surroundings, creating more neighborhoods.

The government even introduced the ‘Nyumba Kumi’ initiative to be able to handle the rise of insecurity due to increase in ‘majirani’.

With the increase in population emerges a rare breed of neighbors who are not only annoying and petty but a pain as well for their uncouth behavior.

Here are the types of neighbors you are likely to find.

1. Nosy

We all have seen that one neighbor who wants to know anything and everything that happens in your house. From who you are dating to what you ate last night. They will always seek to find out where do you buy your clothes, who is that booty call who checks into your house at midnight on those lazy Saturday nights etc.

One would be mistaken to think they are compiling a top secret, classified report to give it to the police.

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2. Stalkers

They are the kind of neighbors that stalk you wherever you go just to have some juicy information to share with other idle people who might be willing to listen to her. If they don’t do it physically, they create pseudo accounts to cyber stalk you.

She will befriend you on all social media platforms, come to your house uninvited and even try talking to you whether you want to or not.

3. Thieves

These are the kind of neighbors who have ‘mkono mrefu’ they never miss to see your new lingerie on the clothes line or a new pair of shoes and not grab them.

Problem comes in when you go and claim it as yours, they deny it so much even swearing with the names of their long dead ancestors.

4. Gossipers

Such neighbors are termed ‘BBC’ for their know it all attitude. They are better than CSI when it comes to investigating their neigbours. They have a PHD in not minding their business. Nothing seems to pass their ears.


They know who fathered who, who is dying, who killed who, where and when…It is lke they are always there when anything happens.

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5. Drama Queens

This are the worst type of neighbors one could ever come across always causing drama at the slightest provocation. Always arguing over who fetches water first, whose clothes line they will hoard, why were you staring at their husband and many other petty issues.

Such neighbors also love attention and will do anything including shouting and name calling just to look like the ‘boss’.

6. Dirty and Unkempt

NEMA should arrest such neighbors for their unhealthy behavior which puts everyone at risk of getting communicable diseases such a cholera.

So annoying are these neighbors that it requires some self control not to get into a confrontation with them, they throw waste anywhere, leave uncovered diapers all over, leave the communal sink littered with food leftovers thus blocking it in the process.

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7. Slay Queens

This neighbors are always idle, strutting along the corridors showcasing any thing new they might have bought including some cheap second hand dresses which leaves nothing to imagination.

They always have a mirror trying to re-pimp their make just in case the guy next door fails to notice them. Such neighbors pretend to be well versed when it comes to fashion when they actually know nothing at all.

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Kenyan musicians that should reunite and release a song

Si kwa ubaya but Kenyan music back in the 90’s and early 2000 was killing it.

The beats, lyrics, the artist who sang and did collaborations together used to give it their all when they sang and performed on stage.

If I had a time machine, I would go back in time and ask those musicians to come back and show these Millennials how it is really done when it comes to making music.

Remember the dance styles, mosquito, chinesee, kangaru, sting, kuku dance, slide, helicopter that went viral with every song?

Well I know most of us also miss the music pairs that sang together.

Here is a list of some musicians that produced great hits and should maybe think of reuniting.

  1. Nonini featuring Sylvia. Manzi Wa Nairobi

2. Juacali featuring Sanaipei. Kwaheri

3. Prezzo featuring Nazizi. Let’s get down

4. Kleptomaniax. Twendelee

5. Lenny, Mr Googs and Vinnie Banton. Githurai

6. Amani featuring Nyashinski. Bad boy

7. Marya featuring Mustapha. Hey Baby

8.7. Nameless, Juacali, Nyash, Pam, Karma. Tatizo

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Photos Of Gospel Star Solomon Mkubwa And His Beautiful Family

Solomon Mkubwa is a Congolese gospel musician who is based in Kenya. He is also a born again evangelist at Maximum Miracle Centre in Nairobi’s Umoja.

He has managed to keep his private life secret.

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Diana Marua’s story about leaving at her exes place while married to Bahati is troubling

Diana Marua and Bahati have one of the most famous relationships in Kenya. When you think that you have heard it all as far as they go, the couple stuns with a new and crazy revelation.

Last week the couple dropped a new video where Bahati disclosed that one of the worst memories in his 5-year marriage was her leaving their marital home after things got thick.

The most egregious example of this was leaving with their – at the time five-month-old baby – Heaven Bahati. And that wasn’t the worst part, Diana ended up going to her ex-boyfriend’s place.

“Whenever I remember this thing I honestly get so mad. Imagine guys, I love this woman so much but she once left me and went to live with her ex-boyfriend,” Bahati pointed out.

“Mimi si Mzungu!” Diana Marua tells Bahati as she rejects his gift on camera (Video)

But Diana had a defence for her shocking move saying that she was homeless at the time and needed someone to comfort her.

“He used to send me memes. I was a single mum and I was so depressed. When I went to stay at my father’s place, he was tough and did not have the tenderness a mother would provide,” she defended herself.


However, Diana apologised to her husband and promised to share more details later. While the couple might have moved on from this dark episode, I think that if there ever was a reason to break up with Diana, it was this one.

Why? Let me explain.

First, I don’t buy the excuse that Diana couldn’t find a friend/family other than her father who could accommodate her during the tough period. That she chose her ex-boyfriend is troubling to me.

As many people who have been in relationships know, an ex is always a potential problem for any relationship. That Diana could go to her exes with no compunction about her husband shows me the respect she has for him is wanting.

Also, how were the living arrangements? I fret to even guess.

The second issue for me is Diana going with her 5-month old daughter to the exes place! Is there anyone who thinks this is justifiable behaviour? A lady who is still married is going to her exes place and living there, while carrying her husband’s child in tow! If we still had taboos, this would be one.

Lastly, this shows me that Bahati has no spine and will take even the worst form of disrespect from his woman-which this clearly is to me.

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A Love Like This 🧡

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But what do I know?


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Nick Mutuma’s film “Sincerely Daisy” 3rd Kenyan film to premiere on Netflix

Nick Mutuma has the distinction of having directed “Sincerely Daisy”, the third Kenyan production to premiere on Netflix after two others – Disconnect and Poacher.

Sharing the good news on Instagram, Nick wrote. “Kenya is late to the party, but we are finally on @Netflix premiering this Friday, 9th October. Thank you @startimeskenya for being the driving force behind this film, as well as the cast and crew who worked tirelessly to bring it to life. Proud of the fact that we’re exporting Swahili and telling our stories on a global platform. 70% of the dialogue in the film is Swahili. We did it guys! Kenya/Africa to the world! @shotbygiraffe.”

The film was written by Natasha Likimani, well known for popular productions such as Veve, Mali and You Again. The film is an urban story about family, young love, timeless friendships and the reality of tough economic times.

The story revolves around a young girl called Daisy (acted by Ella Maina), who, having excelled in her final year of high school is looking up to a promising future; she is ready to bloom and reach for the stars.

Her future is bright. However, things begin to take a turn for the worse when she realises that her family may not have the money she needs to make her dream of studying overseas a reality.

The 90-minute film, stars Ella Maina with a supporting cast of 10 actors, including Mbeki Mwalimu, who stars in Selina, Sam Psenjen, who has been on Sue na Jonnie, Jackie Matubia, famously known for her role as Jolene on Tahidi High and Muthoni Gathecha.

The new faces include Foi Wambui, a well-known YouTuber, presenter and actress and Brian Abajah who has been part of several short films, most notably Men-sturation.


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Mulamwah and Eric Omondi’s relationships-The tragic case of putting women on a pedestal

Mulamwah announced his break-up with his girlfriend Carol last week. His message to her was a sob story that reminded me slightly of Eric Omondi’s own message to Chantelle Graziano after they broke up.

Mulamwah’s and Eric’s messages each read like love letters from men who weren’t comfortable with their respective relationships ending.


Compare some snippets from their respective break-up letters below.

Eric Omondi’s is below:

I have known you for 4 and a half years, shared and created some of the best moments in life with you. You changed my life completely. As you move into your new phase in life with or without me, I want to wish you all the best, my love. 

I pray to God Almighty that He may keep you. May He lead you. May He watch over you. I want to let you know that I will always be here for you any time, every time. As you fly away my love may you glow, shine like an Angel that you are. I will miss you every moment. Every single moment you are the best thing that happened to me!!! 

And Mulamwah below:

Dear SONIE , 💔 I always wished to have a cute girl but God gave me an exquisite one , more than I had asked for . It has been real , the love … the fun and everything else we did together. I can’t recall all but honestly it has been the best time of my life . I always carried you on my shoulders ; I don’t know what you saw ahead 🥺 while was too preoccupied making sure that you remain at the top . I always believed that when you elevate your woman she will stand in for you when you are at your worst , and for many others in society too. That’s all I ever wished and still wish for you , the very best in life , and in all aspects. 

As one can see both messages express an unrequited yearning and a feeling of adoration by both men for the women who aren’t together with anymore.

I think Mulamwah was dumped like a piece of trash by his lover Carol. Here’s why

Although I do believe break-ups should be amicable, the way both Eric and Mulamwah do theirs is very odd for me. Their messages to me express a pedestalization of the women that they were in relationships with.

One famous relationship quote I love goes as such, “Treat her like a celeb and she will treat you like a fan”. I think this is what might have happened in the two respective relationships.

Does it make sense that these men are still praising and worshipping women who clearly didn’t want to stay in relationships with them? Is that normal? I don’t think so. I see it as an unattractive behaviour that ultimately hurt both their relationships.

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A woman respects a man who wants her in his life and doesn’t need her. This distinction is important in that it shows that she made a great choice in her mate selection-A man that can lead her.

But what do I know?

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