Harusi tunayo! Kenyan rapper Msupa S ties the knot in American wedding
Sandra Chebet, a Kenyan rapper popularly known as Msupa S, tied the knot with her significant other at a civilian wedding in the United States of America.
In photos she uploaded to Instagram on November 18, 2022, Msupa S announced that she and her man, a soldier in the American forces, had wedded after three years together.
“3 years down the line and finally today, on November 18, 2022, I said yes I do to my best friend and the love of my life,” said Msupa S.
She wore a simple white wedding gown with white jewelry and a tiara to match a simple push-back hairstyle.
Her husband complimented the bride’s ensemble with a white jacket with black flowers over a black shirt, bowties, and pants. They were married by a Caucasian judge who also took a photo with them.
Following the ceremony, they uploaded a video of themselves driving to a second location as they jammed to Jay Melody’s Nakupenda love song.
On her Instagram stories, she also wedding uploaded photos of herself and her new husband holding on to the hands of their young daughter, who appears to be about 14 months old, and another one of her posing beside a larger-than-life Christmas tree.
Msupa S relocated to the United States of America in 2020. She has been in a relationship with Tim, an American of Kenyan descent, since 2019 and has been living in the state of Virginia.
She left for America at the peak of her fame, but that did not complement her rapping career, as it eventually ended after releasing a handful of songs.
She rose to fame when her version of the song All The Way Up by Fat Joe and Remy Ma went viral, and she went on to release hit songs before she fizzled out of the rap scene.
Among her popular songs are Hello Hello and Watajua Hawajui with top rapper Khaligraph Jones among others.
Before bowing out of the industry, she referred to herself as the Kalenjin queen of rap and hip hop.
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