Western region celebrated celebrity Nekesa Khalayi has hit the online music industry for weeks now in a romance break up with luhya comedian Tinny Black famously as Choffuri of CF production, in dramatic scene of events that took Bungoma and the entire western by shock.
In a live radio interview while contacted, the top female artist in western region Nekesa Khalayi confirmed the break up rumours and derived the example between Tanzania musicians Vanessa Mdee and Jux. Nekesa has hinted of a new hubby who is a very prominent person in Kenya.
On his response, Choffuri the comedian failed to clear the air on his latest post with a female lawyer which most people have closely related as the main reason that resulted to his break up with the female star Nekesa Khalayi.
Nekesa Khalayi also pulled out of CF production management and is now thriving on her own brand as she seek for greener pastures on her own independent label dubbed the Luhya Princess. In a bid to replace her, Choffuri has already signed another female artist to rival the iconic Nekesa Khalayi on the western music industry.
Nekesa has however assured her supporters that she will continue to drop new hits and is determined to do much better on her own. This comes weeks after Choffuri is set to release a new song under CF production featuring the new female artist signed to replace Nekesa.
The music industry and funs are waiting to witness if Nekesa will unveil her new hubby to the public or she will choose to reserve her new love life as private.
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