Rapper Stevo Simple Boy on Monday moved to show his romantic side after sharing a photo of himself warmly embracing an unidentified white woman.
In the picture shared on the musician’s Instagram page, the woman is seen lying easily on Stevo’s chest intimating a rumpy-pumpy moment.
The musician, who equally seemed to be enjoying the moment, captioned the photo with his ‘Ndio manake’ trademark followed by a love emoji.
It is not clear whether Stevo has finally found love or the photo is part of a scene of his upcoming project.
Nevertheless, his elated followers took to the comment section to share their warm feelings about the image.
Khaligraph: Ndio Maanake, rada safi
Vincent: Alaaaaa!!!!!!please show us the way master
Jahrso: Stivo huyu ndio amechukuwa ile kitu mvumilivu hula mbivu walai
Mike Clatch: Give us the way master
The Kibera born star has kept his love life a secrete for a very long time although he once revealed being a virgin and not interested in finding love.
In a previous interview, the ‘Mihadarati‘ hitmaker said that he would wait until marriage before he could enjoy a woman’s warmth.
“I do not play that game. I will wait till I have a ring on my finger,” said Stivo.
Stivo however, revealed that several women were all over him asking for his hand in marriage.
“Women say ‘Ah Simple Boy I have feelings for you and want to marry you.’ Many of them, but you just have to tell them to wait until God decides then I will choose one to marry,” he revealed.
The fast- rising musician however has his sight set on a woman with specific characteristics.
“I look at the behaviour, she must be loyal to me, then respectful and saved.”
The humble musician first came to fame in 2016 when a social media user shared a meme teasing him of his looks.
Thereafter, several memes arose bordering on cyberbullying something that Stevo says doesn’t get into his head.
He recounted having experienced many things on and off the internet that apparently led to his popular song ‘Inauma lakini inabidi uzoee’.
“It was not the first time I was being called names for how I looked. It was worse when I was growing up,” he said in a past interview.
“God created me like this. What do people expect me to do?” Stevo posed.
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