‘Cornerstone of my music career’- Bien showers wife Chiki Kuruka with praises

By , K24 Digital
On Tue, 8 Feb, 2022 10:24 | 2 mins read
Bien and his wife Chiki PHOTO/COURTESY

Sauti Sol's Bien Baraza warmed hearts after his beautiful video showering his wife with love this romantic season.

Taking to Instagram, the 'Baldman Anthem' hit singer lauded his lover Chiki Kuruka terming her as the 'cornerstone of his music career'

He termed Chiki as loving, patient, generous and for that, she deserves all the fine things money can't buy.

"She has been the cornerstone of my music career, So loving, assuring, generous, patient, and much more. She deserves the world and more, I pray for abundance and all the good things money can't buy. #Love with a difference, #Love more," he wrote. 

This comes ahead of the 'love/hated holiday' Valentine's day where we hope to see all kinds of grand gestures, magnificent rose boxes, gifts and extravagance from celebs and lovers altogether.

Bien and Chiki got the internet buzzing after the latter disclosed that they were in an open marriage.

“Me (sic) and Chiki have this thing where if I ever meet my celebrity crush somewhere and I am in a situation where my celebrity crush wants to ‘engage in coitus’ with me, then so be it and vice versa.

“I don’t have a problem with it if that is what she wants, she should get it. You can’t stop a human being from doing that. But also I can’t catch feelings, I’m after her happiness,” Bien said.

However, Bien while addressing the claim dismissed the chatter adding that those who are not married should not speak about his marriage.

“Guys I’m not in an open relationship. I’m not in an open marriage. I actually speak for people who are married because first of all, if you are not married don’t ever comment about my marriage because you don’t know how it feels,” he said.

“My relationship with my wife is all about what we are building together in terms of our dynasty, what we are building together in terms of our generational wealth and what we are doing together to leave the world a better place,” Bien said.