‘So in love’- Brown Mauzo tattoos ‘Vera Sidika’ on his two arms

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 16 Aug, 2021 17:14 | 2 mins read
Brown Mauzo tattoos 'Vera Sidika' on his two arms. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Singer Brown Mauzo and his girlfriend Vera Sidika are still going stronger than ever.

Perhaps to still show he is devoted to the socialite, Mauzo just inked his lady’s name on his arms.

The first sighting of the tattoo was on a post shared by the mother to be on Monday, August 16 after she shared a video and a black and white photo of Mauzo getting his new tattoo that simply says “Vera Sidika” with a rose and a crown on both edges.

In the caption, Vera wrote “ Bae tattooed my name. I’m speechless. Love you

Good for them for still being ‘forged in the fire’ just after the couple celebrated their first anniversary.

The couple made headlines at the beginning of the year after a highly publicized engagement, and pregnancy announcement later in June.

With her due date just around the corner, Vera disclosed that she is ready to spend up to ksh1 million just to avoid painful delivery.

In a series of posts on her Insta Story, the socialite said she will undergo a caesarean section to welcome her daughter, noting that she does not want to experience labour pain.

“I honestly can’t deal with pain. Yeah, y’all keep saying C.S takes longer to heal. Who told you I’m in a hurry to heal. Vaginal delivery? Nah, not doing that to my vagina,” she added.

She added; “Elective CS (scheduled) I don’t want to feel an inch of labor pain. In fact, I even wanna slay; have my wig and makeup on fleek during my delivery.”

“They say CS is expensive but if you really want it. You’d prepare better even if you don’t have money. That’s 9 months of saving. For private hospitals case is super different. Could part with a whooping ksh1 million for CS delivery & the whole VIP treatment. But hey! We don’t get pregnant every day so why not,” Vera said.

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