According to Kikuyu Celebrity News, since Dubai drama Samido has not commented about the issue with Karen even after she publicly declared to have broken their relationship with him, Samido broke the silence by posting a video that talked about how people can be manipulative when they blame you for the action you take after they openly disrespect you.
This video's message was indirectly addressing Karen Nyamu who caused the drama and Samido had to stand for his wife after the altercation, Karen who responded through a status posted a song sang by Muigai wa Njoroge that talks about no matter how rich and beautiful a woman is, she only wants to be loved. Kindly watch the video from Kikuyu Celebrity News in the link below.
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