Karen & Samidoh Back Together?

The pair have made up

By  | Apr 06, 2021, 12:46 PM  | Drama

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After months of drama with her estranged lover, Karen Nyamu seems to be ready to settle things down. She has, however, laid down conditions that her baby daddy, Samuel Muchoki Ndirangu alias Samidoh must follow for them to iron their issues.

Karen noted that for peace to prevail between her and Samidoh, the two of them must start listening to each other.

The politician who had accussed Samidoh of dishonesty further noted that it was also important for them to start treating one another with respect and kindness for the disagreements to stop.

"If both couples will listen to each other and treat each other with kindness and respect, then nearly every disagreement will get resolved before it becomes a fight," she quoted a The Naked Marriage Podcast on her Instastories.
Karen Nyamu now ready to work out issues with Samidoh. Photo: Courtesy


karen's Nyamu's sentiment comes hours after she released a video on social media of Samidoh asking her for sex.

"Nitaweka tu kichwa," Samidoh is heard telling Nyamu in the video.

The video, however, elicited mixed reactions from social media users with most netizens accusing Nyamu of using the scandal between her and Samidoh to gain public popularity.

Some even alleged that the politician will soon release her most intimate moment with Samidoh just to get the attention.

"Karen Nyamu looks like the type of babe that will one day leak her sex tape with Samidoh just for some Internet clout. Ask around, she has no shame," a Twitter user said.
Karen Nyamu and Samidoh. Photo: Courtesy


"Karen Nyamu looks like the type of babe that will one day leak her sex tape with Samidoh just for some Internet clout. Ask around, she has no shame," a Twitter user said.

Others claimed that Karen is still in love with Samidoh and will do anything to get back to the local musician.

"My good friend Karen Nyamu still loves Samidoh and we've to admit that the two still love each other...Mapenzi kizunguzungu," Eric Omondi said.


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