On May this year, the gospel artist, Mr Seed became headline fodder for allegedly cheating on his wife, Nimo.
Speculations about the artist infidelity began days after he released a wedding video 'NDOA' featuring Catherine Kamau. A lady named Sabrina alleged that Mr Seed was responsible for her pregnancy and leaked a few conversations they had with the singer to Edgar Obare.
In an exclusive interview on Mungai Eve's YouTube channel, for the first time Nimo agreed to talk about the cheating scandal.
She said, she knew the whole issue was going to blow up but God's grace that kept her moving.
"Saa zenye umati imejua. Saa zenye sasa kelele ndio mingi, picha yako latest ni almost five thousands comments. A days back me I had known.
Before ikam kublow. Hizo days zenye nilipewa it was enough for me to digest na kujua this is what is coming. Na God akinipea grace ingine sijui ata niseme nini. "
She added that she thought of deactivating her Instagram account since she thought she'd receive alot hate from her followers.
"Alafu the funny thing about my followers. I thank God sana for my followers. Hate sana hakunanga. Ni watu tu wako na roho poa.
Mimi nilikuwa na expect kuwake moto mpaka ni deactivated Instagram yangu. I was in so much peace. Kwanza hio time nilienda nikafanya massage nitulie. I ignore all the noise that was around. Juu at the end of the day you need to protect your peace of mind. If you don't protect your own peace of mind utachizi. Ni wewe tu ita affect. So mimi I guarded my peace. Ilikuja na tuna move irregardless."
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