Popular female gospel artist Nicah The Queen, seems to have been left heart broken, days after her boyfriend who is a DJ, broke up with her.
Nicah, who is the baby mama to Dr Ofweneke's female daughter, hinted that she could soon stop dating men completely after receiving character development lessons from her ex boyfriend.
The curvaceous gospel artist, was ridiculed by Kenyans after her break up with the DJ boyfriend, since she had in the past criticized popular Socialite Amber Ray, for being the type of woman who could not keep a man.
The disagreement was about her DJ boyfriend at the time. However, after her break up, Nicah shocked Kenyans after she wondered whether it would be right for a born again Christian to become a lesbian.
She went on to include Mitchell Ntalami's ex-girlfriend Makena in her message, as she wondered whether Makena Njeri would accept to date her.
She went on to ask someone to take away her phone, before she sent a text message towards Makena, only to be rejected mercilessly.
"Can a born again Christian be a lesbian?" "Ama na overthink." "Si mninyanganye simu, kabla nitext Makena aniambie mimi si type yake." Nicah revealed.
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