Pritty Vishy atangaza kutengana na mwanamuziki Stivo Simple Boy"/>Stevo Simple Boy, a musician, has spoken out in response to his ex-girlfriend Pritty Vishy's recent revelation that her dowry price has now risen to Ksh.2 million.
Vishy sparked a stir in a recent viral interview with YouTuber Nicholas Kioko when she revealed she doesn't want cows as dowry and suggested that suitors purchase her a car instead.
"My dowry is two million na mtu asijaribu kuniletea ng'ombe, sitaki ng'ombe nasukuma...
mimi ni two million na kama mtu anataka kuleta ng'ombe, basi hiyo pesa ununue gari, "She stated.
Due to the current cost of living in the country, the Kibera-born rapper stated that he, too, cannot pay the stated price for her hand in marriage.
Vishy's high demands for the good life, according to the 'Mihadarati' hitmaker, led to their breakup.
"With the current economic situation, it is hard to pay such a sum for dowry...
"True love is not motivated by money, but by the heart," he stated.
"I adored her (Vishy), but you know how females usually say, 'I can't be with this man because he doesn't have any money.'" As a result, she decided to hunt for another man who had a lot more money than me."
Following their divorce, Stevo has stated that he is unmarried and willing to enter into another relationship with the appropriate woman.
"Right now, I'm seeking a straightforward and dependable lady." I don't want to date someone who wants to be with me because I'm an artist; I want to date someone who appreciates me for who I am. "I want a 'kienyeji,' these Nairobi ladies are a pain," the 'Freshi barida' hitmaker stated.
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