Yesterday, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua called out Mugithi singer Samidoh for his public drama in Dubai between his wife and baby mama.
The DP while at the funeral of Moses Kuria’s mother called out the singer saying his public stunts had embarrassed the country.
“Sasa wewe Samidoh, wewe ni rafiki yangu na unajua vile tunakupenda , si tunapenda Samidoh, na nyimbo zake? Lakini kuna pahali unatuangusha,” he began his public bashing comments.
“Wewe Samidoh ucontrol watu wako…Na ukishindwa, because you are one of our officers, tuta ku discipline, tutakataza wewe kwenda ng’ambo ama kama utaenda utaenda pekee yako ndio tusipate aibu,” said the DP.
Samidoh has now taken to his Instagram page to respond mentioning that everyone has a past and an even brighter future.
The Mugithi singer has used a quote by the Irish poet and playwright Oscar Wilde, who meant to encourage people that each sinner has the chance to change, repent and ‘walk the path of virtue’.
“Every angel has a past and every sinner has a future. Hon Moses Kuria,” he wrote.
On December 17th last year, the online community woke up to a video of Samidoh’s wife Edday and his baby mama Karen Nyamu fighting over him in a Dubai club where he was performing.
The altercation happened when Nyamu went to a table where Samidoh had sat with his wife and forcefully sat on his lap, forcing Edday to react.
Edday attempted to free him from Nyamu, but the nominated senator was having none of it. This caused a commotion as the two women fought for Samidoh’s attention.
By Stella Anyango