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Exclusive: DJ Fatxo, ‘I don’t have the financial means to marry Gathoni Waruguru’

Amid investigations into the tragic death of interior designer Jeff Mwathi at DJ Fatxo’s home, his fiancée Gathoni Waruguru has shown unwavering support for the artist.

Amidst all the grief and turmoil surrounding this heartbreaking situation, media personality Gathoni Waruguru has decided to be a pillar of strength for her fiancé.

Speaking exclusively to Nairobi News, DJ Fatxo expressed his admiration for Gathoni’s unwavering loyalty.

“I love her so much and it’s great to see her being so genuine. At the moment, I don’t have the financial means to marry her unless Kenyans support me. When the time comes, everything will fall into place,” DJ Fatxo shared.

Taking to her social media, Gathoni Waruguru penned another heartfelt tribute to her beloved DJ Fatxo, promising her eternal love and devotion.

“My heart belongs to you and will always be yours. My love for you grows stronger every day. King of Mugiithi, my man. For those who thought we were parting ways, first pay your taxes before making assumptions,” she said.

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In another post, Gathoni Waruguru urged the Mugithi singer to remain resolute and determined during this challenging period in his life.

“Do not be afraid, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous hand. You can do this!” Waruguru wrote, offering words of encouragement.

Before Jeff’s untimely demise drew attention, DJ Fatxo frequently showed his affection for Gathoni on his social media platforms, proudly boasting of their relationship.

In one of the posts, Fatxo wished Gathoni a happy birthday.

“Happy birthday my love @its_gathoni_waruguru I wish you health and wealth in abundance cuddle bunny, sasa hope over here and let me give you a special birthday gift,” the DJ lovingly wrote.

Fatxo also told Nairobi News how he was disappointed by his fellow musicians who he said neglected him despite their previous interactions.

“These same Mugiithi artistes know me better and even after the LGBTQ allegations surfaced, they could have been the first to defend me and share their personal knowledge of who I really am with my fans because we often meet and interact. They knew me better than the general public,” he said.