Samidoh’s YouTube channel with over 300K subscribers down

By , K24 Digital
On Thu, 10 Nov, 2022 15:58 | 2 mins read
Samidoh's love life in 2022
Sensational Mugithi musician Samidoh. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Sensational mugithi singer Samual Muchoki alias Samidoh's Youtube channel has reportedly been terminated.

At the moment of writing, the channel and his music videos are unavailable with an indication that reads;

"This video is no longer available because the Youtube account associated with it has been terminated."

Samidoh has yet to release any information on this.

This development comes as the benga artiste keeps on with his US Mugith tour amid an online feud between his promoter Bernice Saroni and his baby mama and nominated senator Karen Nyamu.

This is after the singer and the voluptuous US-based lady have raised eyebrows with their actions making netizens suspect they could be an item.

Nyamu took a direct hit at Bernice after a fan identified as Eunice Shaisha told her not to concentrate on what is being said about the US-based lady and Samidoh on social media as long as he was paying the bills.

"To you my dear sister kindly close your ears you will hear more and more nonsense. As long as he is paying the bills cheza kama wewe," Eunice Shaisha wrote.

Responding to Shaisha, Karen Nyamu took a swipe at Bernice saying that revellers in the US were filling Samidoh's gigs to see Bernice's humongous booty.

Bernice ultimately responded to Karen Nyamu's onslaught in a post on social media.

'Samidoh is worth fighting for' - Karen Nyamu declares as she jets out of Kenya
Karen Nyamu on a plane. (left). Samidoh and Bernice Saroni.

Meanwhile, yesterday, Karen revealed that she has left the country for an unknown destination.

Nyamu announced she had left the country through her posts on InstaStories. She however resisted all attempts to reveal where she was heading to.

Karen Nyamu further claimed that she was not fighting for Samidoh but nonetheless noted that her baby daddy was worth fighting for.

"Are you fighting for Samidoh?" a concerned fan asked Karen Nyamu.

To which she replied; "Not really but he's worth fighting for."