Karen Nyamu’s baby daddy is among the top DJs performing at Nairobi Festival
Karen Nyamu’s first baby daddy DJ Saint Kevin is among the top Kenyan DJs performing at the Nairobi Festivals.
Karen is on good terms with her two baby daddies, Saint and Mugiithi singer Samidoh.
In a past radio interview, DJ Saint said he had stopped Karen from attending his events at some point in their dating life.
Saint said it was becoming hard for her to attend his gigs as it always ended in ‘premium tears.’
“This is because her coming to my show would only create problems between us, she would cause drama at some point,” he said.
“Being a DJ means one is constantly interacting with women. A female fan may come on stage and peck you on the cheek as she requests a song and Karen would not tolerate that. Even if she won’t cause drama at the event once you get into the car unasomewa mbaya.”
DJ Saint joins the over 50 artistes on the list and 35 other Nairobi DJs will be performing during the five days festival that kicks off today.
The first edition of this annual event will run from December 12-17, 2022 and will offer an opportunity for youth from across the county to showcase their skills and talents.
Governor Johnson Sakaja is set to launch the Nairobi City Festival (NCF) today at the Jamhuri Day celebrations.
The festival which is dubbed the vibe of the city will be showcased at the refurbished Uhuru Park with 15,000 people expected to attend, interact and showcase their creativity.
The festival’s inaugural event consists of six pillars namely performing arts, visual arts, sports, culture, trade and information communications, and technology (ICT).
Visual arts entail using paint, canvas or various materials to create physical or static art objects. Graffiti and City photography are also included.
Under sports, Sakaja says the objective is to develop local talent and promote sports.
Sakaja also stated that the fete will bring together exhibitions on designated city streets.
“In December, we will set aside some streets to display culture, food, creativity, have the Nganya Awards for the best-done matatus, have rugby, football and basketball tournaments and many other activities,” he said.
Sakaja also directed the amendment of “archaic” laws which he said have inhibited photography, videography, film and the creative industry in Nairobi.
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