Sauti Sol band member Bien-Aime Baraza on Monday opened up about his marriage to dancer Chiki in an interview on a national radio station.
The talented musician made such remarks in regards to responding to a question asked during a past interview that he has the freedom to do what he wants in his marriage.
He further explained that people had taken the statement out of context, adding he meant he does not agree with the notion of saying a person is ‘mine’ in a marriage.
“Hii si kitu ya kureduce to sex, ndoa si about sex, ndoa ni about companionship, so sex inaenda ikishuka in its value in your life, lakini love inaenda iki-increase,” he said.
‘’Wife yangu hayuko open to me being with anybody else, lakini mi nafeel it’s a tall order kuweka mtu na kusema huyu mtu ni wangu, hiyo ndio mimi nilikuwa na-talk against.”
Bien claimed that he has all the freedom he wants in his marriage, but never has he ever felt like doing anything that would jeopardize his union with Chiki.
“Wife yangu amenipatia so much freedom in my life, niko na all the chances of getting all the whatever in the world lakini sijiskii based on vile tunawork na yeye vizuri,” he stated.
“Sitadisgrace marriage yangu na agreements zangu na wife yangu.”
The two lovers have however be seen countless number of times in the public engulfed in love.
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