She wrote about her excitement at losing the baby fat and told others to be patient and focus on breastfeeding their new bundles of joy before considering weight loss.
So on my previous post, guys couldn’t believe that was me😁. Sikuwa na shingo 🙈 babyfat was real! But gues what, less than one year later 17kgs down👏🏼👏🏼. @freddy_kaloki narudi tena gym sasa, hizi picha zimenichocha aki… enyewe nothing is impossible. And to all those struggling with baby fat imagne itaisha. Kwanza we maliza breastfeeding toto then hit the gym or diet which ever works.
See how dramatic her weight loss is?
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Comedian Njugush and his wife Celestine Ndinda are very candid about their relationship, which is a mark of the closeness and maturity they have in their relationship.
Recently, the couple appeared on The Weekend Edition with Dr King’ori where they shared quite a lot. The two spoke about the evolution of their relationship with both of them working in the same industry.
The entertainer even disclosed that he was grateful that he had broken up with a former ex, allowing him to land Celestine, who has been with him through thick and thin over the years.
While many were captivated by many of Njugush’s revelations Wakavinye (as his wife is affectionately known) had her fair bit to share about the father of her child.
Celestine spoke about the worst trait that she didn’t like about her man. And this one will shock you. Celestine admitted that the one thing that annoyed her about Njugush was that her husband always forgets to comb his hair despite the many times she reminds him.
“Nywele, unaona saa hii venye Inama….sa hii hatujachana nywele.”
The comic was not to be left out and complained about a pet peeve of his own, saying that Celestine also has a bad habit of switching on lights while he is still sleeping in the morning. “Kuwasha stima asubui kama mtu amelala na uendi mahali!”
Although I find that the institution of marriage has it’s many issues, Njugush and his wife are a breath of fresh air that the institution is alive and kicking.
Timothy Kimani aka Blessed Njugush is one of the Kenyan comedians who embody the value of hard work but also show that even in a country like Kenya, one’s talents can be rewarded.
The man recently spoke about his tough past and revealed some fascinating insights into the relationship he and his wife Celestine Ndinda aka Wakavinye have, especially where money is concerned.
Njugush spoke on the Wicked Edition, Njugush said that them being friends since college has helped them navigate through certain issues in their marriage as well as help them make decisions when it comes to finances.
He revealed that they don’t fight about money.
“When it comes to money, I’m so lucky to have broken that ice, cz most of the time when you work together or differently mnaandikiananga nani anapaswa kununua kiti ama kuleta chakula ya kuku. But in this case how it all started, yeye ndio alikua sponsor, yeye ndio alikua ananisort akiwa first year. Somehiow mimi sikuwa na kakitu because in college kuna ile pesa nilikua napatiwa na ikipita hapo siezi zidisha, so siezi itisha doo” said Njugush.
When they started making money, it wasn’t hard to manage their finance as they were both open with each others income and that his wife was the one operating his ATM.
“When I started making few coins yeye hakua anamake as much, however it was not hard for me, actually yeye ndio alikua incharge of my ATM, yeye ndio alikua anaoperate doo from hiyo time” he added.
They revealed that they combined the income they both earn and create a budget from that so that none of them has a bigger burden than the other.
The pair also revealed that their marriage hadn’t been perfect and that either of them has previously asked for a break but they have never left each other’s side.
“When you are married and umetulia, and you know a hundred percent ni huyu nikona yeye nataka kupata mtoi nayeye na umeoa theres no going back. If you truly love that person, you have differences even major ones but at the end of the day you’ll have a way to work around them” concluded Njugush.
Blessed Njugush and his wife Celestine Ndinda recently celebrated their third wedding anniversary. And it seems that isn’t the only thing the couple will be celebrating this December.
Njugush and his wife are now celebrating the near-completion of the mansion that they have been building over the years. News about their complete mansion at an unidentified location was first shared online by Celestine as she thanked God for seeing them through and giving them all the good things in life.
In a status seen by Classic105.com, the lovely Ndinda showed off a storey mansion nearing its completion alongside Sinach’s song Give Thanks.
The couple is a true tale of rags to riches with their previous interviews telling the story of how far back God has brought them from. Njugush and Celestine who started dating while in college slept hungry, lacked food and went without money for days before the sun finally shone on them.
In the past, the Njugush revealed how hard life had been for him. He has said,
‘2014….. it was my first time kupeleka huyu mrembo Celestine Ndinda date akasema ameshiba….all other dates, mostly zilikua Pale Uhuru Park, alikua anadai haskii njaa…..lol she was just being diplomatic anadanganya because tukirudi shule alikua anabomoa ugali,‘ he wrote in part.
‘Now when we came here in 2014, I was hoping ile 500 nilikua nayo ingetosha..well I was in for a surprise. When for the 1st time aliona I took her to a date somewhere with walls open air dates were the thing…(well cause of how our pockets were setup)…CBD akajua kajamaa kana pesa (we have been paid 1k for a set book show nilikua nimechapa. So nikalipa deni ya 500 I had ..then the rest nikaamua nichafue mrembo).’
Njugush spoke to me recently. The comedian has had a year brimming with success with his brand of conscientious and relatable comedy being absorbed by the masses.
The comedian is not a shrinking violet and speaks his mind. All the questions I asked him he answered, even the delicate one of Kriss Darlin controversially kneeling in front of Raila recently at a public function.
He said about Kriss Darlin’s antics;
His attention was on Raila but not on the people. If that is how he wants it, then so be it.
He also spoke about voting in 2017. He said that according to some he had wasted his vote. But for him, it was o.k as he believes that he should vote for the person who can best help the country.’ A lot needs to be done,’ he added.
The comedian also spoke about more personal issues when I asked him what he desired for the rest of the year. He said that he wanted happiness this year. ‘It has been a successful year but all I want is peace of mind, joy and happiness,’ Njugush said.
The comic said that all the success wasn’t as great without joy and peace accompanying it. The ‘Blessed’ one also spoke about having more children with his wife Celestine.
According to the entertainer, the prospect of having another kid at the moment isn’t on his mind. The reason for that he said was that a child is hard work. ‘You can’t switch off an on when you are a parent. It is a lifetime journey,’ he said.
On marriage, he credits God as a big factor in its success. He said that his marriage takes a lot of work with sacrifices but it has been worth it for him.
Njugush is in a spot of bother with his wife. Why? This past weekend he went to support his wife’s BFF, Neomi Nganga at the much publicised Miss Kenya Plus World 2019 at Garden City Mall.
But the result has been friction in his marriage as he was caught on camera (by his wife nonetheless) ogling at the beauties strutting on the runway. Not only that, he was seen screaming as he saw the curvy models stream by.
Njugush posted the video on his Instagram page saying;
When you are caught cheering a favourite in a #missplusworldkenya pageant 😭😭😭. keep me in your prayers guys.
The drama did not end on Instagram, or at Garden City, it carried on to their home as his wife he locked him out of the house that Saturday night.
Njugush had no option but to humbly ask his wife for forgiveness;
I am here to ask for forgiveness. mosquitos have really bitten me all night. and the boys club are laughing at me.
Trying to win her back, Njugush, of course, had to flatter her, talking about her beauty but Celestine was in no forgiving mood. She responded by telling him;
Stop distracting me away from the problem. what were you doing at a plus size event? And then what made you scream so loud at the event?
Njugush defended himself saying, he did not even notice the girls, his cheering was purely inspired by the splendour of the decor and the lights.
Some of his followers like Khaligraph Jones did not feel any sympathy for him and told Celestine not to relent with other posters taking Njugush’ side.