Singer Jaguar Open to Polygamy, Claims His Wife Doesn’t Mind Having A Co-Wife
In a recent interview on Kameme FM, Kenyan singer and politician Charles Njagua, known as Jaguar, surprised many by openly discussing the possibility of expanding his family through polygamy.
While acknowledging that such a dynamic might not be accepted by most women, Jaguar expressed confidence that his wife would not object. “I’m married and my wife is very supportive,” he stated. “She is well taken care of and I’m certain she wouldn’t mind if I got another wife.”
Jaguar, who describes himself as a family man, currently has four children – two with his wife and two with his baby mama. He maintains a cordial relationship with his baby mama.
His willingness to consider polygamy stems from personal experience, as his father married a second wife after his mother’s passing. Additionally, several Kenyan celebrities, including musician Samidoh and gospel singer Muigai wa Njoroge, practice polygamy.
Recently, Muigai wa Njoroge paid dowry for his second wife, Queen Stacey, in a public ceremony. Samidoh’s baby mama, Senator Karen Nyamu, has also been vocal about her support for polygamy, arguing that some men are too much for one woman to handle.
“I support polygamy because there are men like Samidoh who are too much for one woman,” she stated. “Why should you keep such a strong man all to yourself? There are some men who are meant to be shared, just accept it.”
Jaguar’s openness regarding polygamy sparks conversation about societal norms and changing perspectives within Kenyan culture. While his views may not be universally embraced, they offer a glimpse into the evolving dynamics of family structure and relationships.