Sassy Kenyan songstress Nadia Mukami has today come out to justify her recent dormancy on social media. Alongside welcoming a bouncing baby boy last month, the 'Maombi' hit maker has also revealed that other controversial factors led to her silence on social media. Speaking through her Instagram page today, Nadia revealed that she had been engulfed with a heavy responsibility over a mistake that was not even hers.
According to the Sevens Creative Hub founder, Nadia revealed that one of her employees at the company had vandalised her clients brand new car; an event that almost drove her into depression. As she narrated, the musician was forced to cater for the repair expenses due to the huge damage. Nevertheless, Nadia revealed that all these events had collided with her maternal roles and almost affected her mental health.
"Imagine being a mum, paying for something unjustly waiting for justice and trying to keep everything afloat. You can run mad." She narrated.
Moreover, Nadia revealed that the matter is still in court as she awaits justice.
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