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Mr Seed fails to address cheating allegations, leaves fans bickering whether he impregnated a ‘side chic’

By Naomi Njoroge On Wed, 15 Sep, 2021 08:02 | 2 mins read
Gospel singer Mr Seed with his wife Nimo. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Gospel singer Mr Seed says he will never address any scandal and especially cheating scandals around him.

The singer who was speaking in a recent interview noted that he avoids things meant to destroy him and his career and after all, he is a ‘family guy’

“I choose to never address the rumours and the scandals since they are not helpful to my music career,” he stated.

The singer who recently released his new album further stated that all the love songs in the album are dedicated to his wife Nimo Gachuiri.

After months of delays and postponing, he held his long-awaited ‘Black Child’ album listening party on Sunday, September 12.

The event held at Pride Inn Centre in Westlands was an epic affair with a slew of stars gathering to fellowship and vibe to the soon-to-be album of the moment.

Among the celebrities present were comedian Eric Omondi and while addressing the guests, Eric termed Mr Seed as the only remaining gospel artist disregarding fallen ‘giants’ Bahati and Ringtone.

“Mr Seed is the only male gospel artist remaining. Ringtone ni wife material na Bahati ni wash wash,” he claimed.

He further promised to reward Mr Seed with Ksh1 million which will be recorded for proof at a later date.

Also in attendance was Mr. Seed wife Nimu to control the rumours that the pair had fallen off.

As reported in may this year, Seed was allegedly caught up in a cheating scandal a few days after duping Kenyans with a wedding video meant to be a music video in his song ‘Ndoa’

The gospel artist was alleged to have affairs with a lady named Sabrina who claimed he was responsible for her pregnancy and leaked a few conversations they’ve had with the singer.

Revealed by blogger Edgar Obare, Sabrina noted that Seed is well aware of it.

Part of the conversation shared by the blogger on his Insta-story shows that Sabrina shared this information on March 28.

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