Offset and Cardi B dropped a banger called Anything for "clout", singing how people tend to do anything for talks or attention . Apparently, in Kenya, celebrities are willing to do anything to trend and for the gram. They are even willing to risk the only thing they have like loved ones and family just to appear on the front page and be the talk of the town. Earlier today, Citizen TV Political affairs presenter Stephen Letoo hinted and laid it bare that he has divorced his baby mama for reasons best known to him. As reported by TUKO new, they claimed that the presenter exclusively spoke to them and insinuated that they parted ways with his lover earlier this year.
While the drama was slowly unfolding, Letoo's neighbors have come forward to bash him and say that, he lied about the divorce. It is alleged that he was seen leaving his Kileleshwa home this morning where he apparently lives with the lover. The long Facebook rant claims that he left with a bag heading to Kitui and later his village home. Another thing is, yesterday he spent a big part of his day working at home on zoom with his lover, "Nadupoi" around him.
The presenter hasn't addressed the issue yet and his followers are eagerly waiting for what to follow next. A number of them have been left devastated and confused by the claims. Stay here for more updates.
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