Mugithi singer Samidoh has responded days after his baby mama Karen Nyamu went on Instagram live accusing him of assault.
Samidoh who has maintained a low profile since the video went viral on Tuesday, August 10, is however not sorry but is letting everyone know that 'such is life'
"Mungu akikupenda sana, kuna zile fights zinakuanga kwako. Unapiganiwa na mapenzi na familia. Hiyo si vita, ni life."
(Being fought for is a blessing. It shows how much God loves you and such is life)
Samidoh and Ms Nyamu have constantly hit headlines since their highly publicised infidelity drama.
Although we cannot ascertain whether or not Karen was assaulted, she held a live video session on her Instagram page, saying Samidoh went to her house and began punching her saying she has been having a romantic affair with men in Mombasa.
Nyamu, however, defended herself saying she was on work-related duties.
After receiving a ton of backlash online, most netizens on social media began to suspect that it was all a ploy to get ‘clout’ since it comes at a time when the Mugithi singer was shooting an upcoming music video.
Later that week on Friday, August 13, Samidoh dropped his new song 'Muthoniwa' which has since garnered over 500K views.
Regardless of loads of speculative comments which flooded his timeline and the internet, he still refused to clear the air on the said allegations which cost him his regular live shows.
Over the last weekend, during his performance in a Nairobi club, he was forced to walk offstage after a loud woman disrupted his performance questioning him about the whole drama.
This is seen in a video snippet leaked by a fan that captured the scene as it unfolded, where Samidoh, upon realizing what was happening, made a swift exit.
The fans during this whole debacle started to look visibly uncomfortable and some just laughed it off