“Tunanyonga tu” Otile Brown talks about long distance dating amid Covid-19
Singer Jacob Obunga popularly known as Otile Brown has confirmed that he is still dating his Ethiopian babe Nabayet.
The two have had an on and off relationship and recently Otile Brown said that they have rekindled their flame and are back together.
“My last relationship, vitu vilitokea na wanawake wakanielewa kwamba, I’m ruthless, mimi ni mtu ambaye ikifika kwa mademu sijatulia. So when we first got into the relationship, she wasn’t sure about, like it did not matter how much I tell her nakupenda, and thats why I went and sang Nabayet, whatever I sang on Nabayet is all true. Because I don’t think I have ever loved a woman, the way I love that chick, coz ni mwanamke ambaye hana story mingi. She will never bother you. She that type of a woman ukimkosea atalia, she will just cry. So it was always a struggle, like so many times we are having the same discussion. Any time I tell her I really care about you , I love you anasema No, you are just playing with me”
Speaking in a recent interview, Otile Brown however said it is however not easy dating right especially because his lady resides in Australia.
He said that they keep in touch but the distance has taken a toll on their sex life.
“Tunanyonga tu! Utafanya nini sasa! Nikimsubiri na anasupport mnyongo huo, amasema keep doing what you are doing. Anajua with that now, at least boy wake nimetulia” Otile Brown
Otile surprised many however when he said that whenever she is around, he cooks and feeds her adding that it is a choice he has made.
“My woman has never cooked whenever she is here, I always cook, you know people don’t know how nice I’m when it comes to my love life. Mimi ndo napika and she is just there seating pretty na ni kwa sababu nimechagua kufanya ivo. Do you know hajawahi shika hata chakula na mkono, I feed her. And it has nothing to do wwith sijui umekaliwa chapati, I have chosen to do that because I really love this woman. Naona kuna mafisi wengine huku nyuma wanatoa tu gangster points,” said Otile.