Singer Samidoh is one naughty man and thanks to his ladies we already had an idea about his character. Just a few weeks ago, his baby mama Karen Nyamu unveiled a video of Samidoh borrowing her goodies; and from he put it – let’s just say akona Kiswahili!
Well, if you thought Samidoh’s side woman brings out his wild side; then wait till you see a photo he recently took with wife, Eddah Nderitu.
The photo shared on Edgar Obare’s page shows Samidoh in the company of his lovely wife; and a friend seated on the passenger’s side while the couple is having fun next to the car.
From the position they photographed in, it’s obvious that the two were heavily grinding on each other get a room; and the fact that a friend was watching and another one taking the photo did not bother them.
Samidoh the fun husband
It’s obvious that his women find him quite fun and this is why both Karen and Edday could not see eye to eye till date.
With a man who knows how to serenade and spice up his relationships; we honestly blame Karen Nyamu for fighting for a position in Samidoh’s life.
It is already clear that Coronavirus remains a past and no-known fact in Tanzania, recently staging full capacity stadium concerts, netizens spotted time and again with no masks in crowded shopping malls, markets and even entertainment places.
Just to confirm the statement, a recent video of Kenya’s high-flying rapper, King Kaka clubbing in the wee hours of the night with Tanzanian musician, Baraka the Prince among other revelers, surfaced online.
The rap act shared a snippet of how things were going down in Bongo land’s entertainment places and kid you not, netizens are living their best life. Occasionally exchanging pleasantries, laughing their lungs out and tossing to drinks, King Kaka and his fellow party animals were over the moon jamming to his club banger Dundaing.
For him, Tanzania might soon be his new home, because unlike the constant night curfews and social gatherings’ restrictions in Kenya, it was a whole different game in the neighboring motherland. In fact, they were not leaving that club until around 4am the next day.
His tweet attracted a wide range of reactions, some Kenyans feeling sorry for themselves for getting locked up in the country in the name of ‘Coronavirus’, while a section warned he would have it rough during his return to Kenya.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.