‘Thank you for being the light of my world’ Sauti Sol’s Bien celebrates wife Chiki

Sauti Sol band member Bien Aime is celebrating his wife Chiki for standing by him.

The two got married early this year in a private wedding that was attended by family and close friends only.

Chiki turned a year older and while wishing her a happy birthday, Bien revealed she has been his light.

In his touching message, he thanked her for being the ‘light’ of his world.

“Happy Birthday to a Queen. This is the one time in the year where we have an eclipse of age. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 HAPPY 22nd Birthday 🤫 To my age mate. Thank you for being the light of my world. I would have totally f***ed myself up,” he wrote.

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On the other hand, Chiki, thanked Bien for being there for her.

@bienaimesol You came to my life and changed it. You made me smile on the darkest days, and make me see hope in my hopeless moments. I didn’t know I could love this much, but hey, the universe has got my back. I can’t wait to spend my life with you. But today…. let’s focus on an awesome birthday lunch. Happy birthday to me! ❤❤.

A week ago, Bien and Chiki went on social media to share pictures of their hands with beautiful tattoos of wedding rings instead of the normal jewellery.

Bien went for two circles to symbolise a ring while Chiki had one ring with a love heart at the upper side of the finger. Both were done on the left ring finger.

He shared a message quoting the famous vows that are made before a couple is pronounced husband and wife.
“My wife. My life. My Everything. For rich or for poor. In sickness and in health. Till death do us part,” he wrote.

‘Stop giving us pressure, time for babies will come,’ Bien tells fans who are asking to see Chiki pregnant

Sauti Sol’s Bien has asked fans to stop giving him pressure to get a baby.

This is after several messages on their social media asking him and wife Chiki to get a baby.

In an interview with Classic 105, Bien said he is enjoying his marriage step by step.

“We have moments that we want to create so people should stop giving us a lot of pressure but all the same, we are happy that they want us to have babies,” he said.

On how marriage life is, Bien said;
“Marriage is sweet and this quarantine season, we are bonding even more. we disagree, make up and we are enjoying. It’s a beautiful thing in my life and we are happy together.

About babies, please guys, let us enjoy the goodness of our marriage first, babies will come at their own time,” he said.

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Bien with Chiki
Bien with Chiki

Bien Aime Baraza wedded the love of his life, Chiki Onwukwe, in March this year in a civil union at the AG’s office.

The couple was given three hard copies of the marriage certificate for them and their witnesses to sign.

A celebration was held at Pallet Cafe in Lavington thereafter. A close source to Classic 105 said it was an invite-only garden wedding of around 150-200 people.

“Only close friends and family were there. Bien’s mum and dad attended the wedding. Chiki’s parents and other family members were also present.”

Bien and Chiki met soon after she came into the country from the UK, where her family is based, and they hit it off almost immediately.

“We dated for a whole year before we decided to go public about our love affair,” Chiki said in a past interview.

“The only reason we decided to go public was for people to see that what we have is real. We did not want to go into stories of cheating, neither did we want to let people start suggesting either of us had gotten a ‘sponsor’.”

Bien kissing Chiki
Bien kissing Chiki on their engagement day

She was introduced to Bien at a club by fashion designer Emmanuel Jambo, and at first, she had no clue how popular Bien was in Kenya.

Bien proposed to Chiki last year at Westgate Mall in Nairobi, a private event as well. He hired an entire cinema hall at the mall and made sure only a few friends witnessed the proposal.

Would they join politics? Khaligraph Jones and Bien Aime reveal

Khaligraph Jones and Sauti Sol’s Bien have both spoken about whether they would ever contemplate joining politics in the future.

This conversation, of course, has been triggered by the controversial King Kaka’s song, Wajinga Nyinyi that has aroused mixed reactions across the country.

King Kaka in a plane
King Kaka in a plane

The two appeared jointly in an interview on Citizen TV, with Khaligraph for his part saying that he would not rule out the possibility of joining politics because it depends on the people of Kayole.

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He also added that it will depend on the times. ‘All that depends with the times and the situation. I can’t say I won’t do it because when I go back to Kayole and I see the reception from the people and how they treat me, then I see a possibility of wanting to take that route,’ said the rapper with the American twang’.

Khaligraph Jones looking swole
Khaligraph Jones looking swole

Sauti Sol’s Bien was of a different opinion, completely shttuing down the notion saying he will never join politics because he would not like to lie to people, as all politicians do.

‘Never ever guys. I love my life, I love my wife and I plan to live a very peaceful life and to be a politician you must lie. I don’t want to lie… on a different level I think there are still ways of how I can impact society not only through my craft but with the influence I have to bring better resources to the youth around me and to give artists a platform,’ said Bien.

Bien with Yemi Alade
Bien with Yemi Alade

The two had appeared on JKLive alongside Eric Wainaina where they took part in a conversation on the ripple effect King Kaka’s song Wajinga Nyinyi had caused across the country.

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