Musicians Nadia Mukami, Arrow Bwoy hint at a relationship with steamy photo

By , K24 Digital
On Wed, 4 Aug, 2021 11:57 | 2 mins read
Musicians Nadia Mukami, Arrow Bwoy hint at a relationship with steamy photo. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Fast-rising musician Nadia Mukami and her counterpart Ali Yusuf, popularly known as Arrow Bwoy have hinted at a relationship with a steamy photo shared on their respective social media pages.

The two who are currently in Zanzibar shared a photo kissing each other with Arrow Bwoy flaunting his masculine body, while Nadia arched her back to show off ‘what her mama gave her’.

Sharing the photo, she gushed over Arrow Bwoy describing him as a pure-hearted and handsome man.

“My hardworking, patient, pure-hearted handsome man! Baba Safari aka kindu wakwa,” she captioned the photo.

On his side, he shared the same photo equally describing her as smart and intelligent.

“You are my smart, intelligent boss mama! Mama Safari. My beautiful thing,” Arrow Bwoy wrote.

In July 2020, Nadia rubbished claims that she was in a relationship with Arrow Bwoy after rumours emerged indicating that they dated briefly before parting ways.

“He’s an amazing friend. We tried dating but it didn’t work… I am single and working on my business, Arrow Bwoy and I never dated. What happened was that a blogger wrote the story and we just decided to run with it, we used it to push our music,” she said.

Following the end of their alleged relationship, Arrow Bwoy advised Nadia to quit seeking cheap publicity and instead focus on her music career.

“I’ll give some advice to Nadia Mukami. She is one of the vibrant female artists in East Africa. She has so much potential in raising our Kenyan flag high. However, she can only reach these heights once she channels all her energy into her craft,” he said.

Adding; ” She should go easy on sideshows. It won’t benefit her in any way because the Nadia I know is the one I did a collabo with and I love the fact that she is a go-getter. Just work. I’m your fan.”

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