Mugithi singer Samidoh and his baby mama Karen Nyamu recently engaged in a heated social media spat over their failed relationship.
It all started when Nyamu flaunted a bouquet of flowers he received from a mysterious man, whom she only identified as a Luo man, on Valentine’s Day.
The following day, on Tuesday, February 15, the expectant mother of two made a TikTok video where she talked about toxic relationships, seemingly exposing Samidoh as a toxic ex.
Nyamu lip-synched a popular Kikuyu audio that stated;
“I have never understood; You break up with a woman and then go tell people how bad she was saying, ‘we never helped each other, she never loved me and mistreated me…’
“But after a short while, when you see her beautiful, and glowing. Then she becomes rich, but for you life becomes bad and people start noticing that you were the problem. Woi, the God of men, remember those men who have been dumped woi.”
The video did not sit well with Samidoh forcing him to fire back at her by lip-synching a song by late singer Sam Kinuthia dubbed, Ndikurera Shifta.
In the song, Kinuthia sings about a man who loved his partner but she dumped him for another man but he was not interested when she came back to him.
Kinuthia also sang about a woman who got pregnant for a Somali man and named the kid after her husband’s mother.
“I have been quiet despite what you said… you were like a routine of love… when my heart healed you thought we could get back together,” the song states.
“After three months I left, you unfenced our land and allowed an animal to enter, now you are gritting your teeth saying you regret. Are you not ashamed that you gave birth to a Somali child then you named her after my mother, when I asked you you said she takes after your mother me, Kinuthia will not raise Shifta.”
Nyamu and Samidoh have one child and they are expecting their second child.
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