David Mathenge aka Nameless and his wife and two kids like most other Kenyans have been forced to stay at home more than before with the couple unable to perform live.
Unlike many reports where couples are going crazy being forced to stay in each others company this quarantine period, some others are growing closer.
Nameless and Wahu are an example of that type of couple. Yesterday, the lanky musician decided to celebrate his memory of the first date with the woman who would later become his wife.
The date started late as Wahu came an hour late at Wimpy and since he was on a tight budget the “Karibia” singer had to order tap water as he waited for her.
Read his lovely message below;
Just came across this on the internet, …Manze wimpy TBT took me back…if you know, you know… My first date with MamaTumiKeo was here. She came one hour late🤷🏾♂️😠… Nilikuwa nimeboeka na hiyo story lakini singemshow juu nilikuwa nataka kumwingisha box… Nikamshow, “it’s ok”… Lakini kwa roho 😤….nikaendelea “infact I was just fine looking at the clock moving around and around😊” lakini kwa roho 🤷🏾♂️..Alafu I couldn’t buy alot before she came, because I had come with exact cash for lunch for two. So ilibidi ni agize maji ya tap nikimgojea… Kumbuka hakukuwa na smart phones kuuliza ” how far are you.” Unangoja date yako in FAITH 🙏🏿🤷🏾♂️. Basi tungoje hii Corona iishe in faith. 💪🏾👊🏾…#quarentineManenoz #Memories #payback🤔 #wimpykid #faithoverfear😊👊🏾💪🏾
Mathenge’s narration excited a good number of celebrities who joined that conversation to also share their experiences at the Wimpy – a restaurant that was very popular back in the days.