Justina who is popularly known as 'Madam 2020' after her hit maker stormed the internet in January 2020 has been stirring different reactions from Kenyans.Her popular name is slowly changing to madam "Sipangwingwi" after her most recent gospel song.
More controversy flowed last week after Syokau's alleged lover Apoko failed to appear in her Birthday on 14th January, 2022.Justina had earlier informed the public that her lover Apoko was going to purchase her a new mercedes Benz on her birthday.
The gospel artist spent ksh 2 million for her birthday celebrations.She allegedly had a wig that cost approximately Ksh 100, 000.She turned down a proposal of a 'Mutumba Man' during her birthday celebrations.
Kenyans now claim that Justina needs to humble herself to avoid sequential embarrassment.She had gone live on Facebook just before she arrived late.
Her fans claimed that she spent more time on her make-up and ended up being late for the live interview.surprisingly, Kenyans claim that her make-up was scary and perhaps shocked her interviewers.However, she apologized for being late with claims that unavoidable circumstances were the cause.
Syokau is amongst great gospel artists with tearful stories behind their success.Kindly share your thoughts on her recent trending news.
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