The Kitale based singer, Sheila Wairimu has broken silence about the allegations of stealing Toyota Prado V8 from his late Indian boyfriend. Sheila Wairimu is popularly known by her stage name Shay Diva. She is a Gengetone singer and socialite. According to police, Wairimu transferred the car to her name after the death of his boyfriend.
She claims that she met with Kumar in 2017 April at a Casino in Hurlinghham, Nairobi. Kumar gave her one million Kenyan shilling to gamble on his behalf. Kumar was impressed after Shay Diva won 2.4 million. She revealed that that was a turning point of their romantic relationship.
She refuted claims that she robbed her boyfriend a vehicle. She revealed that Kumar gave her officially. However, she claims that Kumar bought her three mansions in Diani, at Elgon View Estate in Eldoret and also in Kitengela.
Apart from those homes, Shay Diva revealed that Kumar bought her four cars, the first one in 2019 during valentine's Day, a Toyota Auris. In April, she claimed that she had a miscarriage. Kumar bought for her a Toyota Prado V8 to console her. Finally she bought he two Mazda for tax business.
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