‘Samidoh is not a deadbeat like your baby daddy’- Karen Nyamu claps back at fans

By , K24 Digital
On Fri, 6 Aug, 2021 15:26 | 2 mins read
A photo collage of Samidoh and his baby mama Karen Nyamu. PHOTO/COURTESY

Sensational Mugithi singer Samidoh’s baby mama and ‘diehard fan’ Karen Nyamu engaged in a bitter rant on Instagram over fans’ suggestions.

Karen uploaded a short video on her insta-stories singing along to Samidoh’s songs putting the internet in a stir but just among her fans who thought she was doing too much.

She did not hesitate to hit a reply and call them out to an extent of likening their baby daddies saying at least hers is not a deadbeat (either that) or she’s just trolling on social media.

“Stop the nonsense. So y’all can sing along my son’s father’s songs but when I do I’m choosing violence? Or do you guys think Samidoh is a deadbeat like your baby daddy?” she quipped.

The former Nairobi Woman Representative hopeful alongside Samidoh hit headlines with their highly publicized cheating scandal early this year.

The news licked via a blogger and immediately stirred up all sorts of messy controversy and eventual response by him.

The father of three confirmed the rumours to be true and later issued a public apology to his wife, family and fans

Samidoh’s confession came five months after he denied having a sexual relationship with Karen Nyamu, whom, in October 2020, he referred to as only a “diehard fan”.

“I am sorry I have put myself in a bad situation,” the Mumbi hit-maker said on Facebook on Tuesday, March 2.

“It is true I had a friendship with Ms. Karen Nyamu, and it is this involvement that led to the birth of an innocent child whom I have, and will always support; both emotionally and materially,” said Samidoh on the social networking site, which he enjoys a following of 398,000 fans.

The musician, who has two children (a son and a daughter) with his wife Edith Nderitu, said in the Facebook post that he is a “proud father of my children”.

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