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Nick Mutuma: I do romantic movies for my female admirers

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Babe magnet, actor and film producer Nicholas Munene Mutuma better known as Nick Mutuma, has explained why he makes romantic movies.

The hunk, whose good looks drive many women crazy, says he develops such movies because of the ladies.

ROMANTIC MOVIES

Drawing comparison from American rapper and actor 50 Cent, Mutuma has revealed that he studied his market and realised most of his clients are ladies and as such, he is compelled to create or feature in content that they like and would want to see from him.

“50 Cent has done the take. What works with 50 is that he tells stories that are relatable to his target market. He knows what people want to see. So even for me a very common question I always get is ‘why do I always make romantic comedy’, ‘why do you always make movies that are more female skewed’. You know it’s understanding your market. These are the people who put food on my table,” Mutuma explained in a conversation with radio presenter Shaffie Weru.

IN A RELATIONSHIP

When asked how he keeps at bay ladies who are always thirsting for his attention the 6 foot lady-killer said he prefers staying at home if he ain’t working.

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He was however quick to put a disclaimer stating that he is in a relationship with actress Bridget Shighadi.

“Every time I talk about this stuff she is normally upset because she is a very private person. She doesn’t like her stuff out there. I’m in a relationship, I’m a dad and I’m gonna leave it at that,” the actor said.

Mutuma and Bridget have been together for years now and are blessed with a two-year-daughter Dua.

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‘They put my dead baby in a box, asked if i’d carry it home,’ Zeddy narrates

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Churchill comedienne Zeddy Zainabu has narrated how she found out that her child was stillborn after she delivered, something that shook her.

Speaking during an interview with Grace Msalame, Zeddy narrated,

‘I was expectant with my second born and everything was going on well till I felt it was time for my delivery.

I decided to go to the nearest private hospital so they referred me to Kiambu.

When I reached Kiambu hospital I was given a leso to lie down as the beds were full so I asked my husband to come pick me up and we went to Pumwani.’

Zeddy was taken to the delivery room but she was not ready for the horror that awaited her.

‘Upon reaching there I was taken directly to the delivery room.

When the baby was born, hakulia and I saw them looking at each other.

The doctor then took the baby and put him in a box and then using his foot pushed it towards the nurse.

He then asked me ‘mtabeba mwende nayo nyumbani?’

Shocked and confused Zeddy decided to ask a nurse what was happening but the nurse was so rude.

‘I asked my nurse what had happened to my baby and she responded ‘unatuuliza na wewe ndio umebeba huyu mtoto miezi tisa.

we ndio unaeza tuambia nini ilimfanyikia.

She was so rude so they never explained what happened. Upto date I never knew what transpired.

It was painful coming out of the ward with nothing.

My husband told me it was God’s plan and that we should let it go.’

After being taken back to the ward to recover Zeddy said that other mothers started treating her with suspicion.

‘I was hurt because I was put in the same ward with women who had their babies.

I would watch mothers nursing and bonding with their babies

One would be looked down upon with other mothers thinking that you would steal their babies.

If you were sitting between two mothers with babies and one wanted to go shower or to the loo they would not leave their baby with you.’

Her family would come to visit her but that did nothing to calm her sorrow.

‘My family would visit me but when I went home and that is when reality set in.

People would come asking me what gender the baby was without knowing the baby had died.

If the baby had been a boy I would have named him after my dad. I would ask God why me because my neighbour had a four month baby.

I started getting stressed so I gave out the shopping to other expectant mothers but they refused.

They said that taking the shopping might bring them bad luck and their babies might die.’

On what her lowest moment was Zeddy narrated,

‘I stayed in the house for months, My husband would go to work and he never bothered much.

It was hard to know if he was affected because he acted normal when he was at home.

There was a drunk friend of mine who would knock and demand I open the door.

He would ask me ‘Are you going to kill yourself because your child died?’

It’s then that he made me go out normally, he would even ask me to bring out my laundry we wash together.

We would go together to the market, he made me come out of my ‘cage’.

Sadly he died last year.’

Zeddy is now a proud mother of three.

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Blogger Edgar Obare charged with ‘sharing private documents of Natalie Tewa’

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Blogger Edgar Obare has been arraigned at Kiambu Law Courts for sharing confidential travel documents of YouTuber Natalie Wanjiru Githinji alias Natalie Tewa.

Obare was charged with the offence of unlawful disclosure of personal data contrary to section 72 (3) (b) as read with section 73 of the data protection act number 24 of 2019.

His charge sheet under OB number 39/30/07/2020 reads: “On diverse dates between July 9, 2020, and July 13, 2020, at an unknown place within the Republic of Kenya, using social media accounts, domain name, www.bnn.ke, and verified Instagram account @edgarobare, unlawfully disclosed to your followers personal data of visa belonging to Natalie Wanjiru Githinji without her consent.”

Natalie Tewa

He was arrested on Thursday, July 30, at his Kisumu home and was brought to Nairobi and then taken to Muthaiga Police Station where he was detained over the weekend.

Blogger Christian Dela, who accompanied Obare to the court kept posting on the proceedings as he urged for support for his friend.

The court adjourned at 11.00 am ahead of the 2 pm ruling. On Friday, after spending a night in police custody, the blogger expressed safety concerns calling on his supporters to help him get back his freedom.

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“I am not safe and I don’t feel safe where am being held, I have struggled with getting bail but now I understand why it’s being denied. Please support #freeedgarobare,” he tweeted. Before Obare’s arrest, on July 27, Tewa posted on her Twitter account blaming people whom she did not mention for soiling her name.

She posted: “We have such a terrible culture of tearing other people down in the name of gossip. There’s already too much negativity in this world, contributing to it doesn’t improve your life or take you higher. Instead use your time wisely, because every minute of our lives counts.”

Allegations

Obare stirred debate when he linked the Youtuber to a Dubai trip by Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho and Suna East MP Junet Mohamed.

The duo had travelled to Dubai to check on former PM Raila Odinga who was in the hospital after undergoing an operation.

The blogger claimed that the media personality was part of the entourage. This was after a brown handbag pictured under a coffee table the two politicians drunk their tea from went viral as Kenyans wanted to know who owned it. The blogger claimed that the YouTuber was the owner of the handbag.

However, there was no image of the television celebrity who has since denied that she was part of the entourage.

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No more kids for us, Bahati tells Diana

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Singer Bahati has revealed that he does not want more children. The singer was responding to his wife Diana Marua who asked if they could have baby number three.

The couple has two children of their own (Heaven and Majesty), an adopted son (Morgan Bahati) and a daughter from Bahati’s previous relationship (Mueni Bahati).

ONE LAST KID

“I want us to have another baby, I know we have talked about this tukasema tumemaliza but let’s have one more last baby,” Diana said.

Diana’s statement caught Bahati by surprise and he responded with an emphatic no.

“We are not talking about this,” he said.

Diana further explained why she wanted another child.

“I know tumepata watoto wakifuatana but staki kukuambia I want another child five years from now. Mimi nataka tupate mtoi tumalize,” she said.

ENOUGH KIDS

To which Bahati responded: “But tulimaliza. There is nothing uniambie hiyo story five years from now. God has blessed us with enough kids.”

Diana had taken her husband out for brunch, a surprised she planned so that she could convince him to agree to have another child.

“That’s why I brought you here so we can have this conversation so that we can agree mimi nataka mtoto mwingine. Mimi staki after five years nalea mtoto mwingine. Nataka niwalee wote pamoja,” she said.

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Bahati counter the argument by telling her wife that more kids will mean less time together for them.

“Sai hata hatukuangi na our prefect time, watoto wamejaa kwa nyumba hadi Heaven analala katikati yetu.”

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