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‘He cannot stay without…’ says Samidoh’s ‘single again’ wife Edday Nderitu

Controversial musician Samidoh’s wife Edday Nderitu suggests he is a promiscuous man.

Ms Nderitu was responding to a fan who described the popular mugiithi singer as a ‘great’ polygamist dad.

This was in one of the family posts Ms Nderitu had shared after their last-born daughter’s birthday.

Edday responded to the fan identified as Zack Ree saying there is a difference between polygamy and promiscuity.

“A great polygamous dad Samidoh is. We polygamists are happy,” the fan wrote.

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“Kuna polygamy na umalaya(There is polygamists and promiscuity). Are we together?”

Ms Nderitu had earlier on called out her husband, born Samwel Muchoki, for disrespecting her and getting children with nominated senator Karen Nyamu.

Ms Nderitu took to social media to announce her decision not to raise her children in a polygamous marriage.

She blamed Samidoh for humiliating and disrespecting their marriage despite her helping him in building his brand.

Ms Nderitu said the last three years had been full of pain following the singer’s relationship with Ms Nyamu.

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“I have helped you nurture your talent and supported you through it all, but one thing I have said to you and I am saying here again I will not raise my kids in a polygamy family [sic], especially with a woman who is older than me by more than 10yrs, has no morals and zero respect to my family ’kiura Kia ngaba’ as you put it.”

Ms Nderitu also recently took to TikTok to share a video challenge of Harmonize’s song ‘single again’.

She used the hashtags ‘Single again’.

Ms Nyamu has separately she is ready to be in a polygamous marriage with her baby daddy and his Ms Nderitu.

The mother of three was responding to netizens who mocked her after Samidoh and his wife Edday flirted with each other on Thursday, March 30, 2023.

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