Politician Karen Nyamu has given birth to a bouncing baby boy months after tipping that she was pregnant for singer Samidoh.
The lawyer shared photos of her babysitting the baby on Saturday, December 5 disclosing the name of her baby.
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It was clear she named her baby boy after the mugithi singer Samidoh despite him vehemently denying Nyamu’s pregnancy.
She shared the good news through her social media pages through a beautiful photo.
She sat while holding her cute baby boy who she has named Sam Jr.
“And It’s goodnight from Sam JR and mom,” she wrote.
Her fans flooded at the comment section sending congratulation messages to Nyamu.
They also tagged Samidoh while commenting tipping him that his baby mama had already delivered successful.
Months ago Kikuyu Benga musician Samuel Muchoki, alias Samidoh responded to claims that he is dating former Nairobi Woman Representative aspirant Karen Nyamu.
On Tuesday, October 6 rumours emerged indicating that the two are dating and are even expecting a child together.
However, Samidoh dismissed the claims saying that Nyamu is just a friend, adding that he is not planning to marry another woman soon.
“I have a wife with children and I do not intend to get another one with the current economy. I have not been dating her, she has just been my big fan for a long time,” the musician said.
Samidoh also denied claims that he attended Nyamu’s baby shower, saying that he was not in Nairobi at the time.
“I am surprised by the whole story, they claim I even attended her baby shower na sikua ata Nairobi. I have not even met her for over three months after I cut ties with her since I realised our friendship would affect my family,” he added.
He further added that he talked to his wife about the rumours and they are in good terms.
“I was worried about my wife but we have talked and she is okay. She knows I am not in a relationship with Karen since the allegations have gotten her again sometimes back,” he concluded.
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