Bien discloses his supportive parenting style with Chiki Kuruka, his spouse

Sauti Sol’s Bien-Aimé Baraza has expressed his commitment to fatherhood and his supportive stance towards wife Chiki Kuruka in raising their children.

The celebrated musician emphasized his dedication to prioritizing family above all else, illustrating a modern approach to parenting that transcends traditional gender roles.

“If I had kids in the future, I can decide to take a gap year from music to take care of my kids. In my journey of life, I see it as a better option to prioritize caring for my children,” expressed Bien.

Dispelling notions of masculinity tied to conventional gender roles, Bien reiterated his willingness to embrace being a stay-at-home dad if his wife, Chiki, chose to continue with her career.

“If my wife decided to work and I am supposed to stay at home and look after the kids, raising children is a career. Being a stay-at-home parent involves instilling ethics and nurturing the kids—it’s a full-time job,” he said.

The couple, Chiki and Bien, exchanged vows in March 2020, marking a new chapter in their journey together.

Chiki, in a previous interview, candidly addressed societal pressure surrounding childbirth, cautioning against the undue burden placed on women.

“I think we need to be really careful about putting undue pressure on women to have children,” she said.

Highlighting the sensitivity of the topic, Chiki emphasized the various health challenges some women face, urging for empathy and understanding.

“There are so many women who are unable to give birth, and that’s such a trigger,” she said.

“If you happen to be one of those people unable to give birth and constantly on your feed, ‘When are you giving birth…?’ I’m not saying that’s my particular status, but people need to be careful how they throw that out there.”

Chiki said she has a supportive extended family.

“My in-laws are amazing, so it doesn’t bother me,” she added.

Hitting the Right Note: Celebrating Kenya’s Biggest Tunes of 2023

Keeping tabs on the ever-expanding Kenyan music scene can feel like chasing butterflies. New music erupts onto streaming platforms daily, but some melodies burrow deep into our hearts, becoming the soundtrack of our year.

2023 was no exception. Kenyan artists soared, weaving genres and collaborations into unforgettable tunes. Here’s a glimpse at some of the year’s biggest hits:

Viral Sensations:

  • Mwaki by Zerb ft Sofiya Nzau: This Kikuyu ballad about a daughter’s fear resonated with listeners, exploding on TikTok and garnering over 5 million YouTube views.

  • Miss Behaviour – Boutross ft Savara & Fathermoh: Sauti Sol’s Savara joined forces with Boutross and Fathermoh for this infectious party anthem, exceeding 1.6 million views.

  • TikToker – Soundkraft ft Gody Tennor, Tips Gee & Kappy: The Arbantone sound took off with this playful track, racking up over 3.3 million views and counting.

Genre Gems:

  • Lifestyle – Bien ft Scar Mkadinali: From Bien’s debut solo album, this soulful groove became a streaming favorite.

  • Ma Cherie – Bien: Another hit from “Alusa Why Are You Topless,” “Ma Cherie” sparked TikTok dance challenges with its retro flair.

  • Too Easy – Bien ft DJ Edu: Just as the name suggests, this bouncy tune effortlessly grabs your attention, with over 5 million views already.

Collaboration Champions:

  • Under the Influence – Femi One ft. Nyashinski: Kaka Empire united for this electrifying track, showcasing their lyrical prowess and earning over 830K views.

  • Bubbly Bubbly – Maandy Kabaya: Maandy’s smooth rhymes and catchy flow on this Arbantone banger brought in over 2.1 million views.

  • Kesho – Bridget Blue: This contemplative song about life’s seasons, released in October, resonated deeply with listeners.

And Beyond:

The list goes on. Odi Wa Murang’a’s “Kwa Bar” teamed up with Fathermoh and Harrycraze for a hilarious ode to the “mean Maths teacher,” while Bensoul and Bien’s “Navutishwa” explored the struggles of Nairobi dating. Darassa and Bien’s “No Body” cemented the Kenyan-Tanzanian music bond, and Nyashinski’s heartfelt “Perfect Design” featured his wife as the muse.

This is just a snapshot of the vibrant Kenyan music scene in 2023. These tunes, and many more, captured our hearts, made us move, and reflected the country’s soul. So, put on your headphones, crank up the volume, and celebrate the music that made our year sing.

Food Fancies and Follies: Bien Confesses Their Culinary Quirks

Kenyans love their food, and some dishes hold a special place in their hearts (and stomachs). But what about the foods that make them wrinkle their noses? Turns out, even celebrities have their culinary quirks.

Bien-Aime Barasa: Sauti Sol’s lead singer is a vocal githeri hater. He’s so serious about it that he’s banned the dish from his house! He claims his aversion comes from his boarding school days, where githeri was a frequent (and probably not very tasty) menu item.

Nameless and Maina Kageni: These two media personalities can’t stand avocados. Nameless, in particular, is baffled by the fruit’s popularity. He’s tried to give it a chance, but just can’t get on board with the taste.

Chito Ndlovu: The Kiss FM presenter has a more serious food issue: he’s allergic to omena, a small fish commonly eaten in Kenya. The high protein content in omena triggers an allergic reaction, so it’s definitely off the menu for Chito.

These are just a few examples of celebrities who have publicly shared their food dislikes. It’s a reminder that even though we may share a culture, our taste buds can be worlds apart. So next time you’re tucking into your favorite Kenyan dish, remember that someone out there might be making a face at the thought of it!

Bonus: Here are some other interesting food quirks from around the world:

  • Julia Roberts: Hates cilantro.
  • Rachel McAdams: Can’t stand onions.
  • Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson: Doesn’t like eggs.
  • Angelina Jolie: Loves raw meat.
  • Kristen Stewart: Secretly loves peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

Sauti Sol’s Bien: Sol Fest Will Live On Despite Band’s Hiatus

Sauti Sol band member Bien has assured fans that Sol Fest will continue to happen even though the group is taking a break.

In a joint media interview, Bien said that Sauti Sol had been preparing for the upcoming Sol Fest for two months and that it would be a huge success. He also revealed that the group had linked up with other artists and had been rehearsing on a sample stage to ensure that the event was perfect.

Bien also addressed concerns about Sauti Sol’s businesses, saying that they had a good structure in place and that everything would continue to run smoothly. He confirmed that Sol Fest would happen again next year with a new lineup of artists.

When asked why the band was taking a break, Bien said that they needed to “go through this next stage so that we can be a better Sauti Sol.” He assured fans that the break was not due to any conflict between the band members.

Bien’s statements are reassuring for Sauti Sol fans, who have been worried about the future of the group after the announcement of their hiatus. It is clear that Sauti Sol is committed to their fans and to Sol Fest, and that the group will continue to make music together in the future.

Bien explains why Sauti Sol is charging Kenyans 20K for tickets

Sauti Sol’s lead vocalist Bien Aime Baraza has explained why the band is charging Sh20,000 for tickets to their upcoming farewell show, SolFest VIP Show.

The concert, which will take place next month at Uhuru Gardens, will be the band’s last performance before they go on an indefinite hiatus. VIP ticket holders will get an immersive 5-star experience, including a memorable performance, a glimpse into the band’s journey, and an opportunity to interact with the members.

Bien said that the high price tag is justified by the value of the experience.

Sauti Sol’s lead vocalist, Bien Aime Baraza

“The reason people are paying Sh20,000 is because Sauti Sol will be giving fans 20 years of experience. We have been together with our fans for 20 years since we started this journey,” he said.

Bensoul, a former Sol Generation signee, echoed Bien’s sentiments, saying that the VIP tickets are not for everyone.

“If Ksh20,000 to get by November is hard for you, then you have a long way to go. Wacha wenye pesa waende (Let those who have the money attend). One thing I know for sure is we are going to sell out,” he tweeted.

The announcement of the high ticket price has sparked discussions on social media, with some fans expressing reservations about the cost. However, the band has defended the decision, saying that it is a fair reflection of the value of the experience.

Only time will tell whether the VIP tickets will sell out, but it is clear that Sauti Sol’s farewell show is a highly anticipated event.

Getcho azz back to comedy -Bien tells Eric Omondi

Bien-Aime Baraza, a member of the Sauti Sol band, has advised Eric Omondi to return to comedy. He believes that Omondi has been feuding with Kenyan musicians for too long and that it is time for him to return to his roots.

Baraza made this statement during an interview with YouTuber Eve Mungai, who brought up the fact that Omondi has shifted his focus away from comedy and is now involved in activism and charity work.

Omondi is planning to raise 50 million Kenyan shillings by going live on Instagram for four days to help the needy.

Baraza stated that people miss “Eric Omondi the comedian and how he used to make them laugh.” He went on to say that he would advise Omondi to “stick to comedy” because “the grace that put him there is the grace that will keep him there.” He also mentioned that people have been criticizing Omondi’s comedy material, claiming that he has been repeating the same jokes over and over again.

When asked about his opinion on Omondi’s career, Baraza said that he had not seen the comedian perform a proper comedy show in a long time. He went on to say that Omondi has been discriminating against Kenyan musicians while pretending to be helping them.

Baraza also revealed that he was the one who allowed Omondi to attend Harmonize’s concert, even though he had previously banned him. He explained that Harmonize had threatened not to perform if Omondi was allowed to the concert. Omondi was allowed to attend on the condition that he behaved.

When asked if he would allow Omondi to attend the upcoming Soul Festival, Baraza said that he would be allowed to attend if he bought a ticket like any other fan.

Baraza also praised Omondi for his online fundraisers to help the needy, but he cautioned him to be careful when handling public money.

Bien Defends Njugush After Jua Cali’s Comments

Bien of Sauti Sol has defended Njugush after Jua Cali questioned his comedic talent. Jua Cali had said that he did not find Njugush funny, despite the fact that he has sold out shows in the UK.

Bien responded to Jua Cali’s comments on Twitter, saying that he has “nothing but respect” for Njugush and his wife. He also said that “legacy over everything.”

Jua Cali’s comments sparked a debate on social media, with some people agreeing with him and others disagreeing. Some people said that Njugush is not funny, while others said that he is a talented comedian who is still growing.

Jua Cali has since apologized for his comments, saying that he is a fan of stand-up comedy and that he did not mean to offend Njugush. He also said that he believes that Njugush has the potential to be one of the greats in stand-up comedy.

The controversy has brought attention to the art of stand-up comedy in Kenya. It has also shown that there is a difference of opinion about Njugush’s comedic talent. Only time will tell whether Njugush will become one of the greats in stand-up comedy.

Should Sauti Sol lead Kenyan artists in exiting MCSK?

Sauti Sol are an angry boy band and they have every right to be miffed. One of their members, Bien Aime recently revealed that he was paid a whopping 14,000 Kenya shillings by the government body meant to collect and pay them their royalties: MCSK.

Should Bensoul leave Sauti Sol’s label?

For anyone who knows anything, Bien has been one of the most played artists in Kenya ergo he should have earned more money. Lots more. But he has been paid a meagre amount because most of the artists money goes to maintaining MCSK. That is insane.

Taking to Twitter, Sauti Sol released a statement that read:
Why does MCSK always act like they are doing Kenyan musicians a favour? Let’s get a few things clear! 1. The royalties collected are NOT their direct income but the yours. They are working for you! 2. They are supposed to distribute nothing less than 70% of all royalties collected to the members and provide credible statements of account to that effect. 3. They can NOT operate without a license. So the question is, do they have a license from KECOBO or not? 4. We are going to withdraw our membership from the society as it does not serve our best interests entirely. All disgruntled members who wish to do the same, the time is now! Please reach out. Take back your power!

Ted Josiah says Sauti Sol will not have a legacy

But I am left wondering 2 things: the first being whether or not Sauti Sol will manage to convince any Kenyan artists who are often a cowardly, self serving bunch and the second being whether this is a step in the right direction. What do you think? Should Sauti Sol rescind their membership to MCSK?

Sauti Sol’s Bien Aime speaks after testing positive for Coronavirus

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Bien Aime denies claims he would let his wife see other men on the side

Sauti Sol’s singer Bien Aime has been talk of town following a statement he once made about; giving his wife the freedom to enjoy somebody else’s company – and for some reason was interpreted as him being in an open marriage.

“To say I love you is not enough,” Chiki Kuruka’s open letter to renowned photographer who hooked her up with Bien

Me and Chiki have this thing where if I ever meet my celebrity crush somewhere and I am in a situation where my celebrity crush want to engage in coitus’ with me so be it and vice versa.

Okay, looking at what he said – we really can’t blame anyone for thinking he is in an open marriage; but then again – Bien Aime now says he was misunderstood for what he said. According to him – he never said he was in an open marriage as reported widely adding that people put words in his mouth;

 I’m not in an open marriage. I have never said that I’m in an open marriage, it’s just that people concluded their own things. There is what you say and there is what people want to hear. I have never said I’m in an open marriage, but I have said that when in marriage you are not supposed to own your partner, you are supposed to experience your partner.

Celebrity couple, Bien and Chiki

Marriage is meant for enjoyment

Well – unlike other couples who have to worry about getting cheated on, Bien Aime made it known that this is the least of his worries when it comes to his relationship with Chiki.

Marriage is not all about being faithful to one another, it’s about walking the journey of life together. Being faithful is about 5 percent of a relationship and people who are married can understand me. Even when your partner cheats, that is not the first thing that will lead to a breakup. There are so many things that can happen that supersede jealous emotions.

Lastly….for those wondering whether he would his wife for cheating…guess what…that’ll never happen!

Probably, because I don’t think if cheating is one of the basis to dump somebody. There are worst things someone can do to you. Relationships are meant to be enjoyed and experienced and the moment you feel like you own somebody, that is where you get it all wrong.

Why Bien no longer wears his wedding ring

We all know that Sauti Sol’s singer Bien Aime is married to one Chiki Kuruka, a petite lass he had been dating for years before putting a ring on it.

Bien with wifey, Chiki

Well…these two appear to be the perfect match especially looking at their physical features; and their connection – also explains how they relate and above all there’s freedom and space in their relationship.

Yes freedom. You see, a while Bien hinted that he would be okay to have an open marriage – allowing wife to mingle with other people as he does the same – just to keep things interesting for their marriage.

Chiki with Makena Njeri

And I’m here like……Kwani niko nchi ingine? I mean, everyone I know prefers cheating on the down low. I don’t know whether it’s because the thought of getting caught gives them some good rush; or because it’s like playing hide and seek with a grown up – more of like narcissistic trait – but most prefer hiding.

Bien Aime on marriage & losing wedding Ring

Anyway….maybe that’s what they like and them being a young couple – of course means they also want to explore, right?

However this is not the reason why Bien Aime has been walking around without his wedding ring. For those who had not noticed – turns out that the Sauti Sol singer replaced his wedding ring; with a tattoo after losing his wedding ring awhile back.

Bien on why he doesn’t wear his wedding ring

Speaking to SPM buzz, Bien revealed that he misplaced the ring and although he tried looking for it; he finally gave up and decided to settle for a permanent solution – a tattoo that he won’t worry about losing.

Actual Ring saa hii ata ishalost, hiyo tatto nikiwek ndio imekaa the longest na haiwezi enda mahali.

Mmh not bad theory right….but like I said earlier on…freedom. Freedom muhimu.

Wakushuka washuke! Bien hits back at hater after Azimio scuffle

Sauti Sol’s singer and spokes person Bien has made it known that the group is not desperate for on and off fans threatening to cancel them; following their scuffle with the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party over copyright infringement.

To him and the group, all that matters is that their work is respected after all the efforts they’ve put in their creativity. As seen on a previous post, we understand that the group asked the ODM Party’s officials for some compensation after using their extravaganza song during one of their rallies.

However with this request came mixed feelings from fans who called out the group for being selfish; and not recognizing that the ODM party was just showing their appreciation for good music.

Others, felt that the group needed to be appreciated in terms of money since they depend on their music to make a living. One gave an example of walking into a 5 star hotel, ordering the finest food and instead of paying – he or she compliments the chef with ‘good job’ as form of payment.

Bien the no nonsense

Well, unfortunately after Sauti Sol’s complaint – the group ended up losing about 2k subscribers on YT dropping from 905,000 subscribers to 903,000.

However Sauti Sol isn’t worried about losing subscribers. Actually they’re pretty much pleased to remain with loyal supporters who understand their music’s worth. Making this known to netizens Bien wrote;

  Time will reveal. Wale wanashuka washuke saa hii. Stage yao imefika. (Those of you who want to alight, it’s already time)

In yet another post, the singer pointed out that he understands the keyboard warriors he is fighting currently battling with. Using a photo, he described them using the meme below to which he captioned;

I’m unsubscribing @sautisol chilling in the crib

Call him mean or selfish, but according to Bien ‘appreciations like exposure or thank you’ doesn’t pay bills!

What Bien Aime thinks of his wife, Chiki Kuruka

Bien Aime is one of those tall and handsome men most ladies eye but unfortunately – he is taken and yea – he wants his status to remain that way since he married his best friend, Chiki Kuruka.

He confirmed his love for his wifey remains strong after sharing a new post where he gushed over his love for her. Although it took a valentines Day challenge for him to speak about his feelings for wifey – let’s just say his words confirmed that he chose right.

Also read: ‘The Lord is with me’ Bien Aime on quitting ‘Jaba’ and other bad habits

Bien with wifey, Chiki

Anyway speaking about his wife in the video shared to partake in the #lovemore challenge, Bien nominated his wife Chiki since she is;

‘the person who has impacted his life in the most extraordinary yet unexpected way.’

Qualities of Bien’s better half

Having been married for 2 years after close to 3 years of dating, Bien now understands his wife more than anyone else and I guess this is why he said;

Also read: “To say I love you is not enough,” Chiki Kuruka’s open letter to renowned photographer who hooked her up with Bien

Sauti Sol’s Bien Aime

She has been the cornerstone of my music career, So loving, assuring, generous, patient, and much more. She deserves the world and more, I pray for abundance and all the good things money can’t buy. #Love with a difference, #Love more

Aren’t they just the perfect match?

Sauti Sol’s Bien reacts to female fan having wild thoughts about his ‘cassava’

It is no secret that Sauti Sol’s tall, dark and handsome Bien Aime has been giving fans both female and male sleepless nights for years.

I can assure that some of his fans are in imaginary relationships with him; but can we really judge them – when he looks like something out of a ‘Wakanda’ type of story?

Bien Aime Baraza

Anyway to prove that ladies out here in Africa continue to lust over Bien Aime despite knowing that he is married; a Namibian fan has come out to reveal some of the wild thoughts she has been having about Bien Aime.

As seen on her tweet Ms kuku Dabulam went on to talk about Bien whipping her face with his whip; she wrote

I often imagine that tall man from sauti Sol whipping my face with his giant-

Truth is, we can bet that she is not the only one who who has been having wild imaginations about this particular fella that has been giving women sleepless nights for years now.

Bien Aime reacts

Having come across this tweet, Bien Aime obviously had to act surprised but deep down inside; he definitely knows that women out here are going coo coo because of him.

Responding to this, Bien Aime wrote;


And the of course fans couldn’t help but hype this tweet knowing very well that he is a married man; however truth we miss the old Bien crushing on Tiwa Savage….he was wild!

Sauti Sol’s Bien Aime speaks after testing positive for COVID-19

Popular Kenyan boy band group Sauti Sol woke up to sad news after their lead singer, Bien-Aime Alusa Baraza tested positive for Coronavirus, just before their much-awaited performance.

If you had been following closely, ever since Corona invaded the country, the music group had always expressed caution with COVID-19 measures.

Also read: Millions Sauti Sol lost because of COVID-19 (Video)

The boys even had tests run for the 6 of them including their two signees, Nviiri the Storyteller and Bensoul, before going into isolation to focus on their music and map a way forward.

COVID-19 hits home

Unfortunately, the virus still did not spare them after Bien’s test results came back positive last week.

Sauti Sol

Speaking to a local publication, the artist revealed they had been scheduled for a performance in Uganda last week on Thursday.

But before then, he started having fever, joint aches and eye problems and thought it wise to seek medical attention.

“For the last couple of days, I have been indoors. I started feeling weak and so I decided since I was travelling to Uganda, I needed the tests done before. Only for me to test positive.”

Saui Sol’s Bien Aime Baraza

Forcing him to go into quarantine to avoid spreading it to loved ones but cautioned;

“Corona will get anyone so long as we do not adhere to the said measures.”

Unfortunately, contracting the virus has come with its own baggage especially financially as he complains of the expensive treatment bills he has had to foot and still is.

“I feel the treatment is very expensive even for me. I have used KSh8k on medicine alone. Our healthcare system has not cushioned us. So once it gets to you, you may end up spending too much from your pockets. It could be worse since it could even kill you.”

Grisly road accident that nearly claimed Sauti Sol's Bien Aime Baraza's life
Vocalist Bien Aime

Bien believes that everyone has the chance to save themselves not just the pain of contracting the virus but the financial load it comes a long with it.

Good news however is, his beloved, Chiki Kuruka tested negative from the virus.

We wish him well!

Sauti Sol members are singing in French in their new collabo and we love it (Video)

Sauti Sol members are belting their hearts out in French, Lingala and Kinyarwanda in the latest collabo and trust me, they have never sounded better than this.

The boy band teamed up with Rwandan Afro-beat star Mani Martin for the love ballad dubbed Mapenzi and I love it. You’ll probably love it too.

Mani Martin
Mani Martin

Listening to Bien, Mudigi and Chimano singing in foreign languages was quite something. It’s almost as if you are listening to a new person. Just like the first time we heard Yemi Alade singing in Swahili.

Interestingly, Sauti Sol didn’t even plan to sing in Kinyarwanda, French and Lingala.

They had been working on the song with Mani for a year or so. By the time they went to record it, Sauti Sol suggested that they switch parts with the 30-year-old Rwandan singer.

They did and it turned out to be a great idea.  The result was so good so much so that they decided to leave it like that. However, Mani admits that he struggled to sing in English and Swahili.

The song was produced Rwandan producer Jacques Kikene Mastola, Sauti Sol’s Fancy Fingers and Pastor P.

The video was filmed in Rwanda by music video director Meddy Saleh.

Watch Mapenzi below and tell us what you think.

Bien Aime hints giving girlfriend Chiki Kuruka awesome lungula during her 30th birthday 

Sauti Sol’s Bien Aime and his long term girlfriend Chiki Kuruka recently left many giggle online and he posted a rather steamy birthday message for her.

Bien took to social media to share the message which had hints that he’s going to give him an awesome sex session now that she had turned a year older.

“Happy Birthday to mine. My lover & my friend. No ordinary woman. No ordinary love. Fearless, compassionate, intelligent and graceful. I prayed for this love. I give thanks for this love. I don’t deserve this love. As I transition to manhood hope I learn to love you as well as you have loved me. Also just a quick reminder that we’re now agemates.( But thats a non-issue) Birthday s*# on me today ✌?.” he said. 

Chiki Kuruka


Chiki is the first born in a family of three (all girls) to ‘point-five’ parents. Both her mum (a lawyer based in the U.K.) and dad (renowned journalist based in Switzerland) have half Nigerian-half Swiss decent. She has now clocked 30 years.


Bien finally meets his crush Tiwa Savage and he can’t keep his eyes off her! (Photo)

Bien has always been open about his undying love for singer Tiwa Savage. If I am not wrong, he adores the lady to a point where he used to leave thirsty comments under her photo; a few years ago.

However the two finally linked up recently and judging from the photo shared on Sauti Sol’s Instagram page, the fella couldn’t keep his eyes off her.

Also read: We’re coming for you Diamond! Sauti Sol reach yet another milestone in their career

The post also confirms that Sauti Sol will be releasing a new song featuring Tiwa Savage; another  project that will see them top continental charts. This however will not be the only Nigerian collaboration the guys will be working on as word has it that they are yet to release a new song featuring Davido.

Bien’s obsession with Tiwa Savage

Call it a publicity stunt or whatever you wish but Bien Aime’s dream has always been to work with Tiwa and looks like 2018 is his year!

Sauti Sol’s Bien Aime reveals how he lost 15 teeth in one day, now this is interesting!

Having started from the bottom, Sauti Sol has undeniably worked too hard to be where they are today.

They were just normal boys from the hood but never did they imagine that one day, they would be the best boy band in Africa.

Each one of them has a different story to tell but we all know that they share the same dream – and this is to be grate and inspire the youth.

Away from that, Bien Aime recently opened up about his phobia of crossing the road that was caused after being hit by a car a few years ago.


Talking to one popular news outlet (Plive) the singer said this happened along Railways as he was crossing the road – but unfortunately run into a drank driver who hit him causing the singer to lose 15 teeth since the impact made him land on the windscreen…he said,

 “Nishaigongwa na gari na nikapoteza meno 15, Niligongwa na gari hapo railways na mtu amelewa tu iyo barabara ya Kenyan Cinema kama unaenda Railways. Huyo mtu alikuja wrong side akanipiga kwa magoti puf! Sura ikagonga windscreen.”

However, looking at him now one cannot tell that the singer lost his teeth which were later replaced.

Sauti Sol’s Bien Aime and girlfriend Chiki Kuruka breaking up? This is the reason she is moving out of their apartment!

Bien Aime has been dating his half Caucasian girlfriend, Chiki for about 2 years now and word on the streets is that the two are currently facing a few issues in their relationship – that is if it’s not over already.

Chiki Kuruka
Chiki Kuruka

Seems that their plans of living together have also backfired after cohabiting for a while now and word has it that Miss Kuruka was asked to find her own apartment in order to create some space between her and Bien since he is a busy artist and one who needs not to deal with the ‘pressure’ he is getting from his woman as revealed by our close and reliable sources.

Our source goes further to reveal that the couple needed space from each other to create room for their love to keep burning now that things between them were starting to get a bit too much.

Anyway all my efforts to reach Bien failed but I will keep trying for more details: