Karen Nyamu defends baby daddy, Samidoh, after being bashed by fan
Nominated Senator Karen Nyamu has defended her baby daddy, Mugithi crooner Samuel Muchoki popularly known as Samidoh, after a fan bashed him.
Nyamu defended her love for the Mugithi star saying she “did not waste her time” and that her union with Samidoh resulted in siring two children.
In a post mourning the late Catherine Kasavuli, a veteran journalist, Nyamu was told, “Ironically, you have been wasting your time with Thamidoh…but I guess you regained your senses.”
The controversial politician cum lawyer responded with, “2 beautiful babies in 3 years my friend I wasted no minute.”
Nyamu had been enjoying a frosty relationship with the Mugithi maestro until she called it quits after the much-publicised Dubai drama.
The vocal leader had been caught between Samidoh and his wife, Edday Nderitu, with some of her fans calling her a “home wrecker”.
However, the straw that broke the camel’s back was when she flew to Dubai, where Samidoh was performing and had an altercation with the singer, according to the viral videos that ravaged the interwebs.
The drama started when Karen went to where Samidoh was seated, past his security detail, and forcefully sat on his lap.
Edday, could not take the disrespect, and she went to protect her territory.
She (Nyamu) would then be seen jumping on stage and dancing as Samidoh and Akorino singer Karangu perform.
However, she later went on Facebook Live and explained why she acted the way she did.
All the blame was laid on the doorstep of alcohol, and she vowed not to take it in 2023.
Hours later, she would reveal that she had dumped the singer saying, “I’ve made a conscious decision to end for good my involvement with the father of my babies and now ex Samidoh.”
She added, “I know I could have called him and ended it quietly, but I decided to make this as public as the drama and controversy has been.”
A summons by the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) would follow with the President William Ruto’s led party saying that Nyamu’s conduct brought shame to the party and injured its reputation.
“In the said incident which is well captured on video that has been widely circulated in both mainstream and social media, your conduct and mannerism as exhibited in that incident has brought shame, disrepute and lowered the dignity of the party which nominated you to the office of Senator,” said the UDA disciplinary committee chairperson, Charles Njenga.
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