Media personality Kamere Goro has addressed her alleged secret marriage.
For the better part of last week, rumours had it that the radio presenter got married to her boyfriend, DJ Bonez.
Not married yet
Speaking on her breakfast show on Monday, October 3, Kamene dismissed the wedding claims as untrue.
She noted that she was a master of ceremony at a friend’s wedding adding that she will, hopefully, get married next year.
“It's good news, fantastic news lakini I just want to set the record straight that I'm not married just yet, maybe I will be next year,” Kamene said.
However, Kamene disclosed that she got engaged and thus her big engagement ring.
“However, the good news is I got engaged and it's important to be able to share the great staffs that are happening in our lives," she added.
Kamene Goro on men who listen to reggae music
In a separate story, Kamene sparked reactions after claiming that he cannot date a person who listens to reggae music.
Kamene noted that she would find it hard to date someone who jams to such genre since she is not a fan.
She explained that music is important to her and if her partner’s taste of music doesn’t match with hers, she cannot keep up with the relationship.
“There’s no way I would be able to date you if you listen to reggae because I don’t listen to reggae and music is such a fundamental part of my life. If our music sense doesn’t match, I’m not doing it,” Kamene said.
Kamene Goro on men who play video games
In December 2020, Kamene got herself on the receiving end after hitting out on men who play video games.
The radio presenter insisted that the activity was a complete waste of time and preferred having a man who reads books instead.
Kamene said video games were meant for kids and that grown-ups should instead engage in activities that suit them.
She added that she will always stay clear of men who play video games, as such men still have a lot of growing up to do.
“How can you honestly, we ni mtu mzima, you are paying your taxes, have a job, and then come back home at the end of the day to sit down and play video games
“For me, that’s my number one deal-breaker. When I see video games, I now know I’m dealing with a child. Mi nijikute playing video games, I always say I’m a grown-up, can’t we read a book,” Kamene said.