"I will not raise my kids in a polygamous family" - Is heartbroken Samidoh's wife finally walking out of marriage?
Popular Mugithi singer Samidoh's wife Edday Nderitu has sent out a cryptic message that suggests she may finally walk out of her troubled marriage.
Writing on social media, the heartbroken mother of two who has been married to Samidoh (real name Samuel Muchoki) for 15 years says she will not raise her children in a polygamous family.
Edday competes for Samidoh's heart with Nominated Senator Karen Nyamu. The lovers also have two children.
Only yesterday, Samidoh was pictured with Nyamu at the burial of Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's sister-in-law in Murang'a.
In her message, Edday pillories her love rival as a woman "who has no morals and zero respect to my family."
"It has been exactly 15 years of marriage full of ups and down, it was humble beginning where little was enough for us," Edday writes..."[but] for the last 3years it has been nothing but pain."
Addressing Samidoh, she says she has remained faithful to him "regardless of disrespect, humiliation and being trolled on social media... you’ve made me look dumb and took my silence for granted."
Samidoh and Edday met before he was famous, a fact that she highlights in her emotional message. "I have helped you nature [SIC] your talent and supported you through it all, but one thing I have said to you and I am saying here again I will not raise my kids in a polygamy [SIC] family, especially with a woman who is older than me by more than 10yrs, has no morals and zero respect to my family...."
Edday says though she has always resorted to prayer for strength, "today I have nothing to tell God about you, you have drag[ged] and put me and my kids in an ocean of pain may you remember this day."
Two months ago, Edday and Nyamu had an ugly confrontation in Dubai when the Mugithi sensation was performing at a live concert. There was a physical push and pull, whereupon Nyamu was thrown off-stage by Samidoh's security.
Nyamu later blamed the altercation on alcohol, vowing never to drink again. The two rivals have been trading barbs on social media.
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