Controversial gospel singer Justina Syokau who rose to the national stage courtesy of her hit song 2020 "Twendy Twendy" has shocked the public after once again reiterating bakassword qualities for her ideal man.
When asked when she will get married, Justina cheekily said that her skin is now full of dents and rashes after a long illness hence not attractive to any man. She instead said that after she fully heals, she will then hit the market to look for her ideal man.
" Nataka Mwanaume mwenye anasafisha rada vizuri, nikienda kupiga gospel show, ni gospel tu..... Wacha luku iive kwanza alafu nitarudi sokoni" Justina said.
Justina's controversial utterances on live television have indicated that she has remained unbowed despite a lot of pressure and criticism that was directed to her months ago when she appealed for financial help to offset medical bills that were running into million.
She claimed that her skin condition resulted at the beginning of the year 2021 after she was administered with wrong medication.
Syokau is currently single after her marriage collapsed in 2012 months after walking down the aisle in a colourful wedding ceremony with her estranged husband.
In one of her past interviews, Justina said that her marriage took a downward spiral soon after the wedding with accusations of physical and verbal abuse.
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