Following their frequent association overtime, celebrated Kenyan rappers Trio Mio together with her female counterpart Sylvia Ssaru were rumuored to be somehow romantically involved. The claims even escalated after Trio Mio appeared in an interview with Kipawa media and singled out Ssaru as one of his favourite music associates.
"Ssaru wa Manyaru ni msee nikipiga naye project naskia tu nataka tena." Trio confessed.
Well after a long period of these allegations, rapper Ssaru eventually got an opportunity to address these claims after one of her fans inquired this through an interactive question and answer session. Apparently, Ssaru acknowledged to have overheard the rumuors and instantly distanced herself from them.
"Lol, seen so many of you asking me about this. Trio Mio ni bronjez na itabaki hivo." She affirmed.
Well, Ssaru is apparently 20 years of age while Trio is currently 18 years. So far, the two have jointly appeared in several songs such as Sipangingwi, Kichwa Tu among many others.
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