Stivo simple boy is Kenyan born singer who originates from Kibera in Nairobi county. The young talented singer gained fame following his latest songs. His song " Tuheshimu ndoa" made him more famous, with his social media followers increasing day by day in his accounts (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and also Youtube subsribers). The reason for his song 'Tuheshimu Ndoa' was to rescue marriages, due to increased rate of broken marriages around the world. Stivo was therefore reminding couples that marital problems need fixing, not ignoring, and respecting marriage is key. He had also introduced another song back in the year 2017 namely 'Mihadarati'.
Taking to his twitter account, the talented singer has emerged with a creativity question that has forced his fans to engage in it with different answers, most of the answers being not pleasing. "Whoever discovered milk in cow, what were they doing with the cows breast?" Stevo simple boy's post. Stivo has been asking different creativity questions before, though today's question has forced most of his fans to break silence and give out their warm tweets and comments. Here is their reaction.
Heri uyo ng'ombe, nani alijua sasa nugu kanaeza nyongwa kabambike
Wewe hunyonga mara ngapi kwa siku?
Whoever discovered you what was she doing in mental hospital
Waliona povu ndama akinyonya then wanted to discover what was coming out! Then pap milk, tested it and found out it was something nice. Wacha kufikiria matope bro
BIG FISH WA NAIVASHA
Wewe unakuanga na kichwa ama ni kifuniko ya mwili
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