The topic of why younger men are increasingly using the blue pill to bed many women attracted the attention of older men who advised that it’s their lifestyle that makes it hard to last in the sack.
So young fellas if you want to impress your main bae plus your side chicks, stop consuming spaghetti and pizza as it doesn’t improve your stamina.
Maina and Kingangi while making fun of the use of blue pills by young men, noted that possibly womens incessant demands have prompted young men to use the pill to avoid shaming themselves.
Maina noted that “The crazy thing id that alot of young men are using these nonsense, they are bedding alot of women dying in beds that don’t belong to them, ni nini? Who told you there are women who want you to go on for five hours?”
To which Mwalimu cheekily added “blame it on women, unaweza aibisha your tribe so ni lazima ushike bendera uwakilishe, personal best ni riadha, you are performing infront of an empty stadium”
Ladies is it you who expect so much from your men Maina asked.
Two male callers said it’s not women to blame but young men who live flashy lifestyles that make them poor in bed.
One said “they are eating chips, that is not the way to go. If you want to go on for hours and show off to your woman, eat cassava, but no you eat spaghetti and pizza, kula yams. Me I ran for almost one hour and I’m still going strong, si kujisifia”
Another agreed advising young men that “eat veggies, because they need to please their women.’
Dear Classic 105 fam, do you agree that eating clean is the way to go rather than risk your health using the blue pill? Drop your comments below.
People were split on the opinion whether Gengetone is making our teens watoto ambao hawaambiliki.
Mwalimu was adamant that the dirty music has definitely influenced teens to do terrible things like partake in alcohol and orgy’s.
what are they saying in the songs, you know they are talking to themselves, ni nini wanasema hatusikii, do you realizee they are teaching themselves tabia mbaya, now when you start putting things in there hakuna mzazi anaelewa. that is the basis of watoto waambaye hawambiliki, kuna vile there is a movement against us parents coz wanaimba vitu hatusikii
Maina insisted that it is parents to blame for not raising their children well and not music.
“So how is that to blame for your child being kichwa ngumu? If you are like MWalimu and you blame gengetone wrongly, kama hujui wachana na gengentone, if you can’t understand what makes you think it’s bad? maina asked him
Dozens of school-age youth have been arrested in sex, drug orgies since the pandemic hit.
Kenyan teens have over the lat couple of days been arrested after being busted in parties where alcohol, bhangi and other activities carried out. The children – 26 boys and 18 girls – were aged between 14 and 17 years and were all in primary and high school.supplied drugs and alcohol to the teenagers
On a scale of one to ten, this story is simply out of this world.
A discussion of how relatives take advantage of siblings led to a college going girl exposing her mother for a swindler.
The girl described to a stunned Maina Kageni how she is told not to get a job because her aunties and uncles will take care of her financial needs.
What mother does that?
Maian was of the opinion that ” you must draw the line between helping and being exploited by families”.
The girl narrated that
“I’m in my early twenties and my mum is heading to her 50s and still dependent on her siblings to take care of me and my younger sister. Anytime I’m called for a job she refuses me to go claiming that I may go and get bad stuff and that people will do bad things for me. So I don’t work because of her plus I’m still in college but anytime I’m free I can’t go for a job, and I don’t know why she is depending on her siblings. She claims she is not a good decision maker. My aunties and uncles have been paying my bills since I was in primary school. So I’m asking you, who is the problem here, is it my mum or her siblings for still giving her money or not helping her get a better job? It’s really tough for me coz I can’t go to work coz she says nitapata mabaya, or people will take advantage of me,. “
Dear Classic 105 fam, what has been your experiencing with relatives who expect to be helped financially. Is it an issue with your spouse and how have you handled it?
Maina Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i spoke about something that happens worldwide but is normally frowned upon by most in society.
What? The subject of women who sponsor the men they are sleeping with. Maina said, “It turns out, there are a number of women who are bankrolling young men. The men say ‘Women with money are targets and they can take good care of us!’ Ladies, you are willing to finance a man’s life?”
Most Kenyans who called in were candid and said that the phenomenon does happen but is normally kept well-hidden by the practitioners.
Some of those comments are below:
My campus classmate never lived in a hostel. He had this woman who lived in a big mansion with the kids. The kids were actually the same age as this guy and they got along just fine. Problem was, the woman was very possessive. She even chose clothes for him. He loved the life though
Ata nikiangukia metre I can’t. No not a grown ass man….
A Rich and a powerful woman would prefer a younger man who is less intimidating and somehow submissive to her. Rich women prefer to dominate but also to show off their young lovers to society.
Am looking for that sponyo and should be below 45yrs and she must be rich enough.
Mimi nikifiria tu nalala na mtu age of my ma’am. Hataguvu ya kuamka uisha na pesa pia nitarudisha .
Poverty leads us to them from darajani kibera slums listening
It’s the kind of life in this country ndo Inachangiaa
Tudem maskini ndio tume-camp hapa waki-polish tukucha wakisema can’t be me
Sijui huwa wanapatwa wapi, na mbona sijawai patana na mmoja
Woooooi!!. I can’t…
Where are this women?! And how do you stay 15 years with a woman sponyos and you don’t have a say over your life decisions?!
Gudmrng Maina, de world we r in now is a messed up one. The love for money has made pple to forget about morals. Imeandikwa wapi kwa Bible dat de woman will provide for de man? I’d rather stay single dan 2 keep a man unless he’s my hubby & he’s sick or disabled.
Girls are you living with a man who hasn’t made things official? Well according to arguments made on the Tuesday morning conversation, Kenyan men would rather live with you without that marriage certificate.
As one man aptly put it to Maina Kageni that “Once these women have that marriage certificate, ni hivyo you feel like you are in prison.”
Another pointed the blame on women insisting that “Some ladies don’t make any effort to convince you that it’s time to marry her.”
Maina weighed in saying “A case that made the papers over the weekend was of a woman who was married customarily to her man for 11 years and when he died, she went to court to ask for his property be distributed equally with his first wife. The presiding judge told her, ebu tembea, and said you can live with a person as long as you want to but it doesn’t meet the threshold of a marriage. My question to you guys is why do you live with these women without marrying them? What is so hard about taking her to sheria house and signing a piece of paper? Ladies, make sure he marries you now, mwambie by Monday we need to go to the AG’s otherwise you will waste your life.”
Mwalimu Kingangi protesting that Maina as usual ‘anachoma’ sipendi vile unawachochanga, I don’t like it. Ile kuchoma unachoma hata hujui
A voice note sent to Classic 105 further reveals why men would rather do a come we stay than make things official. ‘I know my lady is listening to you. I have seen a message coming in that we need to talk, because that issue has been brought up. Maina, see umeharibu maneno.’
Another male caller launched an argument with Maina about how his former relationship was so bad, he will never marry
:’I have lived with my mrembo for over seven years and I have no plans to marry her. I had another relationship that ended badly and I swore to never. My work right now is to eat and sleep. From my bad experience I will never marry. I don’t need to marry her and I cant marry her, because my ex taught me a lesson,”
Is it the ladies to blame for staying with a man who won’t marry her or where does the problem lie? Drop you comments below.
The fashion choices being embraced by female Kenyan teens was heavily debated on the Classic 105 morning conversation after one man castigated mothers for letting them dress provocatively.
He was of the opinion that Kenyan mothers never look at or question their daughters decision to wear some items,
‘What are we buying these girls? Are parents paying attention to what they buy? Their breasts and backsides are always displayed. How many times do you go to a club, see women only to find out later they are underage?
He was also of the strong opinion that teen girls emulate how they mothers dress and behave towards men. So if a mother dresses provocatively, her daughter will pick up queues that she should also do the same.
‘These girls physique is deceiving, they look older and even when they are with their moms, people ask if they are sisters’.
This thinking elicited mixed reaction from Classic 105 fans who either called in or tweeted tagging us online.
A caller said
Maina don’t blame it on the single mothers and the kids too because the moment you give them money hujui atarudi kama amenunua nini. What we can do as parents is, the minute your children turn to teenagers have a sit down and have that conversation.
Another listener added that
We live in generation where kids are in the club more often than in the church. This has nothing to do with the parents, its the society. We need to stand together as parents and figure a way forward.”
Maina,blaming single mums achana na wao they are special. I have been brought up by a single mum and my three sisters are to the point. They are good and sijawai ata ona any of them akiwa amevaa hivo mnasema. Single moms lecture their girls and are caring to their kids
The odds are high that some people are going to disagree with your choice in romantic partner no matter how perfect your relationship is. The young man made an effort to explain why he’s in love with her and not with her age.
Mwalimu King’ang’ surprisingly avoided making any comments and just grunted along whenever people responded.
Here are some reactions to his love story.
Where do they get those rich ones please. I need one o,
Let’s stop this mediocrity, pretence and hypocrisy, women as young as 20yrs are dating and even marrying guys as old as 70yrs. But a boyshaod can’t do the contrary? What’s the logic in it?/
My previous tweet confirmed by that gentleman young guys chase old women for cash I’m sure that guy has a girlfriend who he loves. #MainaAndKingangi
Kwangu miaka sio shida kama anakupenda pita naye.
Maina, this world is very complicated, it needs fumigation, imagine that woman is somebody’s wife, somebody’s mother, mama wa kanisa dating a 21. I’m shocked rudely, Si Dunia isimame tushuke akyaaaaaooo Person running Person running Person running Person running Face with tears of joy Face with tears of joy
I know it’s ONLY money he’s enjoying. Let him enjoy before he attains the age of 25. It’s usually short-lived.
I hope huyo janaa apart from having an iPhone and a new car ako na akili pia ya kujipanga ndo at least siku yenye atawachwa he will still have something of his own
He need to know what comes easy goes easy…. Cant encourage that!!!
That’s not good life , sponsored life is not a long term guarantee if that woman finds me your life will be really bad.
When you sponsor yourself that’s the good life, any small mistake utakufdead Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joy
Boychild have been suffering, alot when this old gooks.snatch our young girls because this got everything,,,,hii round hapana tambua ,,twanga kitu ilale,,,,kwani hiko nini,,,,,
The only problem is when He doesnt utilise the opportunity properly. Ile siku things will go south, ndo atabaki na nguo akonayo lwa mwili pekee
#MainaAndKingangi Mimi wangu hana hizo pesa mingi. Bt i enjoy her cooking &cookie. She’s an expert in both.
Can this guy connect me to that mathe’s friends
How lucky are you my brother,driving a range at that age and we are past that age we have never drove our own bikes??i think i was you
Hehehehehe I am not eating my mother to God forbid
I understand 40’s is very hot but in a few years???
Huwa mnatoa wapi hawa wamama Rolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughing
At that age uko yeye alikua kama sanitizer kila mtu alikua anatumia #MainaAndKingangi
A woman will never really settle down and be a wife until she turns 40 years old, was a confession that stunned Maina and King’ang’i during the Thursday morning conversation.
A guy on called in and said something incredible as we talked about office husbands. He said a woman is only committed to her husband once she hits forty. Once interests in her starts going down then she concentrates on you as her husband, but as long as there is still interest in her out there, she is never yours.
Once she starts ageing, that is when she settles down to truly be committed to you. Before that guys you need to accept that she is never your alone.
She is a free agent, Mwalimu asked?
She can entertain attention elsewhere as long as it it there Maina said. So before you get to 40 years guys, does a man have to accept that she is not yours alone?
How true is that? And guys are you ready to accept that before 40, she is not yours alone?
Classic 105 fans seemed to agree with one saying ‘The age between 20’s and 40’s is the most active for a woman, kama hauna uwezo as a man utabaki hapo tuu. Some women when they hit forty is when they become more beautiful and that’s when they start hitting on younger men.’
Another said ‘bitter truth, for your information there is no woman who is yours alone, they operate when there is need, when she is yours use her’.
A male caller disagreed with this sentiment saying ‘They become hotter at 40, and this is the time when they look for young guys. So you find women this is the time they start life, because the man is down when it comes to bed matters. My wife is 37, so I’m not worried. What I’ve seen before is women at 40 used to approach me when I was younger, and they want me to do things. Yes Maina that is when they showing signs of kutongozana. This thing is bringing havoc to young men.’
Another caller said ‘From 40 is when they start kuiva. Sasa walewameiva at 40, hao ndio wanasumbua’.
Another man called and said ‘They approach us and tell us they are in love. I don’t know hwy they are doing this, anakuita my son I want to be with you, sasa they confuse us.
This seemed to be a resounding idea with more men admitting they are being ‘disturbed’ by women over 40.
Perhaps the shocker was a young mans confession saying at 21 he drives a Subaru. ‘She bought it and it is in my name. I’m 21 years old and I’m dating a woman who is 45 she bought me a new car and the latest iPhone. Sometimes I get to drive her Range Rover. I live a very good life.’
A female caller said ‘I think there is something people need to understand those of us in Nairobi will risk if we go ushago, there is less risk in ushago and if we go we take the problem there,’
A man called in and said ‘tunaenda nyumbani ni lazima isemekane hakuna kutoka nje alafu utafanya nini? Watu waende nyumbani, ni kuzuri maisha ni mazuri huko, twende ushago hii maneneo ya corona ikisha turudi’.
Sharon ShanienTwo hearts/…Am staying here,I cant go home,lemme just be mindful.Who knows I might hav the virus or contract it on the way,coz we literally don know who’s +ve despite the 4 known cases. My fam back in shags am not comin! I need them safe
Kelvin Mwangi..Kenyans got this believe Covid 19 is just around the city only.
Felix Agola(Mr President)..maina now the corona cases have been reported in Nairobi,those who have panicked have sought to travel to shagz where they might be a litte bit safe
Steven Ngugi..Maina if its true there are departures from Nairobi, the gava need to lockdown Nairobi, we can easily contain corona within Nairobi lakini wakiipeleka ushago it shall heat us bad once our foodbasket is affected
@AmozKipchirchir..Good morning Maina, mine is to just caution those pple traveling home from Nairobi & advice them to go self quarantine themselves for 14days. For those we’ll be running the city please let’s always take the outlined precautions.
Yes the Kamba musicians have gone and done it again.
What am I talking about? One Kamba musician Danny Mboka has released a song about the Corona Virus. It is trending and got the attention of Maina and Kingangi on Friday March 6.
A tickled Maina played back the song several times to encourage Kingangi to respond wittly.
Mwalimu while shaking his head agreed Kamba’s remain undefeated.
I try to defend some people lakini hawasaidiki Mwalimu said and I thought we had discussed about this tukamaliza tukasema tusiongee juu ya hii kitu, tusikimbie studio, musifanye kitu just when you thought it was oka, ahhh there comes a song
Arrrgghh Mwalimu said, na nilisema tutafutiwe wakamba wawekwe pahali aieeee tulisema tufunge studio, watakuja kurecord na nilisema mkisikia wakamba wamenyamaza kuna kitu pahali
A man said ‘its genetically wired in all male species, look at Lions for instance it’s just insecurity.’
Another man also called in with an analogy that ‘Who ever said that water in a toilet cant cook tea? We grew up knowing that and the same way we have learnt that if you marry a single mum of boys is trouble.’
Dear single mums, how does it make you feel to hear this asked Maina.
Former Sports CS Rashid Echesa is in the spotlight over suspected fraudulent dealings, however, details are still scant.
Echesa was arrested on Thursday and taken to the DCI Headquarters located in Kiambu Road.
His vehicles have also been impounded including a Range Rover.
He is facing charges over fake tender firearm deal amounting to Sh39 billion.
This case seemed to accelerate anger Kenyans have towards the handling of corruption cases.
Classic 105’s Maina and Kingangi opened up discussion about corruption frankly asking Kenyans:
we are talking about corruption, the monster , and if you are a parent with a child, when you think about your child when they are 18, what kind of a country will they inherit? they will blame you parents, no one else, coz what we are doing right now we are eating their future,
Hizi cases tumeona hazitaisha (these corruption cases don’t seem to be ending) , Mwalimu chimed in with Maina adding that ‘we should investigate, arrest and remove from office immediately. Are you guys worried, or do we adapt to it and become like Nigeria, coz Nigeria is just a mess or are we already there?
Maina even added his experience last Christmas in Rwanda, where corruption is non existent.
I met a policeman there in Rwanda over Christmas, and I asked him if I give you 100k will you take it? The cop told me no, why should I, did I wok for it?
Unbelievable right? Phone lines were opened up for Classic listeners to give their opinions. They aired their frustration at what they call a system that doesn’t work.
and convicting laws because they know they will be the first to face the noose..The system has been curved to rig bright minds out of it and let garbage flourish. Even in churches. There’s need a clean from top to bottom. Not the other way round.
Unfortunately DCI strategy is reversed: i.e arrest, remove, investigate.
Name and shame
Hard Time Kamiti… Only detergent… And get rid of all these Corrupt Judges.
Voters are the ones who vote in corrupt leaders because they easily sweet talk them during election campaigns
Mimi naona kama enzi ya MOI, if someone is not performing news za 1pm zinapita na yeye. Kesi baadaye
She adds that the reason for bankrolling her siblings families is because of guilt.
She feels guilty if she neglects her nieces and nephews’ financial needs yet their parents couldn’t be bothered to work.
‘It reaches a point nobody is paying school fees, and when I say no the kids call me telling me auntie sijaenda shule, I am educating 3 children, and my sister used to work but now she is not working, she just sits in the house, and I pay rent for her,’
This abuse in the hands of her family has seen her own children chased away from school for lack of fees.
‘I’m a single parent and my daughter was today left by the school bus, and I have other because I haven’t paid school fees yet I also pay for others. My child is suffering because of this’
Her generosity is abused to the extent that her her siblings lie about looking for work
‘I ask her her plans for life and she says I don’t know she will look for a job even if its a househelp job, then in two three days she calls back saying they don’t have food, and her children are hungry. I see texts then I start thinking about the small children then I buy food, Maina even in my house when we don’t have food, I try saying no but it’s not working, I’m so heart broken,’
Trying to hold back tears, the woman also added that pressure from her mother doesn’t help the situation
‘the painful part is the children who come back to me saying they have not eaten. Surely will you sit back and watch them, my mother calls me and tells me it’s my responsibility, it haunts me it pains me, it’s so hard maina,,
Maina and King’ang’i had an interesting conversation about mothers yesterday. The topic was influenced by the news that Gladys Shollei had been accused of kicking out ex-husband Sam Shollei’s 90-year-old mother from their up-country home.
This according to court documents. This elicited two questions from Maina to men; 1. What is the one line that a woman can’t cross that would kill the relationship? 2. Why do you find it so hard to cut the umbilical cord from your mother?
King’ang’i had his own thoughts saying, “Rule number one, a man’s mother is more important than even the cars and the money. A man’s mother comes number one.”
Some of the comments from listeners are below;
Maina should stop dreaming. Your mother is number 1. The other woman you are living with is a tamed snake. Hakuna mwanaume anawezafanyia mwanamke vile mwanamke anwaezafanyia mwanume. How can you chase a 90-year-old woman from her son’s home. Just lose a little money, these women leave you – A man.
Joke with my mother and you will know the colour code of a livewire – A man
I believe some people are confused by women. They are multipliers. If they don’t like women they should leave them alone – A man.
Maina drop this topic right now. We get it. That former caller amekaliwa chapati – A man
The guy who spoke last, he spoke well. Imagine if someone called his mother a snake? I value mothers because they give you blessings. Me and my mother-in-law we get along very well. It’s up to us as women to treat them the way we would like to be treated well. Treat them with respect and they will give you back. My husband respects me very much – A smart woman said.
The reports from some callers yesterday was that men were actually bigger gossips than most women, something that shocked and astounded Mike.
Mike put the thesis to the test and asked callers whether men were actually worse gossips than men. Some of the anwers are below;
Si ututetee. Mimi nimekubali. Kwa lugha yetu inaitwa mehe mehe! Mushene tukonayo mingi-A man told Mike.
Men do gossip. They’ll gossip to your friends and colleagues about yourself. We have women in trousers-A woman told the presenter.
Gossip is good. When I kosana with my boyfriend, I give him a bit of gossip and we get back together-A woman narrated.
I am so disappointed that men are actually such gossipers-A man complained.
Wanaume wamezidi. Especially those ones who work at night. They spend their time during the day gossipping. Me I don’t like that behaviour and I try and avoid it-man
These ladies have started the new year with more problems. Tell them we will keep on gossiping. These women don’t want to get married and so their children see the way their single mothers gossip all day, then they become like that-Man said.
Mike Mondo, who has been standing in for Maina Kageni in the morning, had an interesting topic this morning. The sultry-voiced host spoke about what women normally do at the chamas they attend.
Mike referenced a conversation he had yesterday with a woman who said that the chamas are normally more about the mushene (gossip) than for business interests that they were created for. Mike on his part said that he and his boys chama meetings are normally business-focused and then when they are done, they can go for a drink later on.
The presenter then opened up the topic to the listening audience. Some of those comments are below;
One time I missed and I was the topic of discussion. I was a single mother and I had failed to pay on time. The other women who were married asked how I could afford to drive and I couldn’t pay on time. Us ladies we are our own worst enemies – A lady said.
Chamas are for mushene – A lady said.
You men are worse at gossip. My husband and his friends when they do their chamas they gossip more than women – A lady told Mike.
When you talk about mushene even men are doing the same thing, not only women – A man said.
Chamas are just for gossip. The break-up in those meetings is 50/50 for mushene and business – A woman told Mike.
Long time ago when women had not been empowered they could meet and do mushene. Now it is a different ball-game. I am a treasurer at a chama for women and they do their business very professionally. The only caveat is when they are not sexually satisfied, that is what they talk about – A man told Mike.
Men are just as bad as women in the gossip section. They are also meeting to talk about others – A lady said.
Today, the morning conversation touched on relationships between men and women. Maina asked whether a recent report that claimed 50% of ladies have a back-up partner in mind just in case they break up or have issues with their relationships.
King’ang’i contributed by hilariously quipping that those men who were back-ups were the super subs, saying, ‘A guy is doing warm-ups on the touchline waiting for the right time.’
One woman regaled Maina with a story about her own life, telling the presenter that she had had to get her own back-up after her husband relentlessly cheated on her during their 10-year marriage. She said,
‘These people(men) are bad. For all the years I have been together, I always catch him(my husband) red-handed. Recently I nearly contemplated suicide. But I got a back-up and I feel good. He is plan B and he knows I am Plan B. I almost want to call my husband’s clandes to call my man more so that I can get time with my back-up.’
The presenter opened the floor to the gallery. Some of the comments are below;
I am told if she(wife) doesn’t comment on your post on social media, then her back-up man is a mutual friend-A man told Maina.
Stima ikipotea, lazima uwe na generator-A woman told Maina.
I have like 3 back-ups for about 7 years. I need them when things in the house are not working. We don’t do anything physical-woman.
In everything you do in this life, you must have a back-up just like you have a side-hustle in case you lose your job. My husband doesn’t even know-A woman said.
Without a backup in life as a woman, you are done-A woman told Mr. Kageni.
The bottom line is that these days no one is faithful-A man said.
Backup is very necessary. I have had a backup since 2013. These men started it. You get a man to lean on or cry on. If your man cheats on you, I don’t feel it anymore. I don’t feel bad about it-A woman admitted.
A woman cheats emotionally while a man cheats for the physical-A man added.
Maina Kageni had a question for men today? He wanted to know why many men took offence to a man paying for their women to go to university or get their Masters?
The man asked? ‘Why do men have a problem paying for a woman’s education and then they leave? It is just university. When men pay your fees. You are intimidated by a learned woman. Who told you she would leave?’
But King’ang’i was having none of it and went ahead to resolutely defend the Kenyan men’s honour. He said,
‘A man pays for a woman then she leaves. That is the most ungrateful thing I have ever heard. He pays for her university and even dowry. It is very bad. That is using someone. Ladies’ fees should be paid by her parents. She leaves you with matharau. We should see statements from accounts departments for who is paying the Masters program for them.’
One caller responded to the conversation saying that she had gained a lot from the man she was seeing, saying,
‘Why are you so angry. A car and a home you can repossess but a degree you can’t take back. He bought 2 cars for me. I told him to pay for my degree, which he did. He paid for my tuition and afterward I left after 6 years. Stop complaining and he also got something from me. That man is a stepping stone.’
Some of the responses from other listeners are below;
What do you mean they don’t owe you anything. They do-A male listener retorted.
I don’t pay even for my wife. What she has is enough-A man said.
I take care of a cow, then after all those years, someone else comes to take the milk. Are you the government of today. You educate someone and then they tell you that you are not of my class-Wakanai told Maina.