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Sanaipei Tande reflects on being humiliated by a toxic ex-boyfriend



In 2004, radio personality Sanaipei Tande got into the music industry with high hopes of fame and making lots of money. At the time she was part of the musical group called SEMA.

Those hopes were quickly dashed. She said in an Engage Talk on Youtube: “Then the ridiculing began. She is nothing without SEMA. Yani Sanaipei ameishiwa mpaka imebidi aimbe kwa bars.”

She explains how she was labeled washed out by cruel trolls who claimed that her only source of income was singing in bars with inebriated patrons.

“I was 20. I was unfamiliar with the criticism that comes along with being this person. I was signing autographs in the mathree,” she said.

Reflecting on dating in her 20s then, Sanaipei told of several humiliating incidences with a particular boyfriend.

“I was in a relationship with this man for the better part of my twenties. I could share so many incidences that just put me down and made me feel so low, so useless, so worn out, and just near endangered my life,” she revealed.

She told how celebrities hide professional and personal problems because they are put on a pedestal where they are expected to live a perfect life.

“A celebrity is presumed to live a flashy lifestyle, glitz and glam and fancy cars. There’s also a downside to being a celebrity. There’s the falling, the failing, the making mistakes”

She recalled pushing a stalled car in public. “In full view of the clubs and the revellers as my dude tries to pump on the gas, I’ve been abandoned asleep at a dead-end road by the said dude because I confronted him about finding him in a situation, but it was my fault that’s why I was left in the car. ”

She said that he would party without her “The only reason I would know that he’s been out is because I would get that slurred speech call at 5 a.m. with all declarations. I love you, I miss you, I can’t wait to see you, please bring chicken wings,”.

She called herself a good and understanding girlfriend

“So because I’m a nice girl, I would get up, and do my chores early so I can take many matatus to go to my parent’s home. It was a lot of mathrees, That’s not the worst of it, I would hitch rides from their gardener on his black mamba and be chauffeured away to my persons home,”

Her dedication astounded her. Worse when she got to his house, he would not recall calling her with love confessions or demands for chicken.

“He would wake up in a panic, why are you here? Don’t, feel woiyee for me. I did it very many times. but you know love is a beautiful thing, and when you are in your 20s love is everything, but I had hoped this guy would see me, he would treat me like the queen I’m being told I am out there”

He remains her good friend to date “We still talk, coz he’s cool peoples like that,”

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Behind the scenes of Lilian Ng’ang’a and Juliani’s rushed wedding



Well-known rapper Juliani’s wife, Lillian Ng’ang’a, has talked candidly about the joyous experience of parenthood.

She has reflected on the moment she found out she was carrying her first child, Utheri.

“I found out I was pregnant on December 2, 2021. It’s been 2 years, and it’s perfect! Happy mom!” she joyfully expressed in a post on her Instagram.

Shortly after the breakup, Lillian—who had spent eleven years as Cabinet Secretary Alfred Mutua’s wife—announced her engagement to Julius Owino, also referred to as Juliani.

In August 2021, the couple made their separation public. On February 2, 2022, they secretly married in a small ceremony.

They welcomed their son in July 2022, later that year.

The happy mother talked about her experience as a mother in a different interview, highlighting the happiness that her son, Utheri, brings into her life.

“Utheri means light, and I want my baby to be the light of the world. I have a very calm, bright-eyed handsome boy, and now that he is two months old, he loves to smile. I can’t wait for the morning for him to wake up; he already knows who I am, so he’s always snuggling next to me,” she revealed.

Despite the challenges that often accompany pregnancy, Lillian expressed her gratitude for a smooth and easy experience.


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Shix Kapienga: Why men fear dating me!



The gifted actress Nancy Wanjiku Karanja, also referred to as Shix Kapienga, recently discussed the difficulties she encounters when dating.

The successful actress blamed misconceptions about her upbringing for her unmarried state in an open interview with TV47.

Shix revealed, “Men assume I am too ghetto for them to date me.”

Shix has a reputation for being a tomboy.

Comedian Ofweneke went further to find out if this impression was influenced by her outfit selection.

In response, Shix defended her fashion choices, stating, “In the ghetto, I would just rock my jeans and T-shirt and move on. Why would I wear a dress?”

The actress talked about the struggles she had as a child growing up in the Kangemi area and emphasized the importance of working harder to overcome obstacles in life.

Her commitment brought her to the stage, where she gave her all during each performance.

In the course of the interview, Shix also opened up about her experiences as an actor, detailing how she collaborated with the late Lupita Nyongo on Shuga 2.

Regarding her part in the critically praised series, Shix said she was impressed by Lupita’s warmth, friendliness, sincerity, and modesty.

Thinking back to their days together on the set, she recalled:

“She (Lupita) was very nice, very friendly, very humble, very loving by the way.”

Despite their professional connection, Shix humorously recounted her quest to find a tweet from Lupita mentioning her.

“I acted with Lupita, but do I say. Umewahi tafuta tweet!? Well it is X now, have you ever scrolled for a tweet, where she wrote and mentioned me? Aki I have looked for it, nimetafuta hio tweet sijawahi pata, mpaka wa leo,” she said.


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‘I almost didn’t audition!’ Cimberly Wanyonyi wins Swedish Idol



The latest champion of the 19th season of Swedish Idol is none other than the 18-year-old Skellefteå star Cimberly Wanyonyi. Cimberly has made a lasting impression on the venerable singing competition, having celebrated her achievement with the publication of the winner’s record, “Won’t Be Sorry.”

But there were many bumps in the road leading to victory. Cimberly’s adventure nearly took an unexpected turn when she thought she may miss the important audition in Luleå because of a car problem.

“My mom was supposed to drive me to Luleå, but the car broke down,” Cimberly revealed. Arriving at the audition, she was met with disappointment as the Idol production team informed her that they were closed, suggesting she audition next year.

She stepped in, determined to assist Cimberly get a chance at the audition. Not too long after, the Skellefteå-born singer was in front of the judges, eager to show off her abilities.

Cimberly had nerve-racking moments competing in Stockholm against almost a hundred other competitors.

Judge Katia Mosally made eye contact with Cimberly prior to her last solo audition in front of the judges and the public, expressing her desire to see her succeed.She stepped in, determined to assist Cimberly get a chance at the audition. Not too long after, the Skellefteå-born singer was in front of the judges, eager to show off her abilities

Cimberly had nerve-racking moments competing in Stockholm against almost a hundred other competitors.

Prior to her last individual trial in front of of the judges and the audience, judge Katia Mosally locked eyes with her, expressing a desire to see Cimberly shine.

“I figured I had nothing to lose; either I was all in or I was out. I wanted to impress them and give them a taste of what was to come,” Cimberly recounted.

Her determination and talent left the judges in awe, securing her place in the competition and setting the stage for her eventual victory.

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