Mombasa based Kenyan singer Nyota Ndogo has taken to her social media to air her frustrations, detailing how her mzungu boyfriend, Hurricane had come up with a good plan to make her life unbearable. On her post, she started by saying Hurricane decided to go silent on her since April, knowing well her Islamic culture.
Knowing this well, he would still send her money everything despite not talking with her. However, things turned ugly when she introduced another man, Patrick as her new man.
Immediately she made her new relationship public and shared their pictures online, Hurricane ended his silence and started talking. According to him, Nyota Ndogo is still his wife, and the fact that he was sending her money is a prove they had not divorced yet.
She wondered how Hurricane wanted her to stay, a life without talking to each other yet still married. She argued that it was because of the move she took to herself another man is what pushed her mzungu man to start talking.
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