Times are seemingly quite hard for most of kenyan artists cum celebrities. A famous churchill show artist is crying out loud for help as she is unable to pay her bills. She also claims that she has difficulties raising her two children single-handedly.
Jemutai is out to sell her Facebook account which has about 850000 followers, at shs 2 per follower. She has reached out to a blogger edgar obare and pleads that she is really strained and want to make a livelihood for herself and her kids. She says the Facebook account is the only asset she has, and therefore wants to sell it to make a living.
Jemutai is rumoured to have been in a relationship with her colleague in the comedy,. Prof. Hamo. Their relationship started in 2015 culminating into getting the two kids. Thereafter, the seemingly talented and responsible prof.Hamo is said to have denied paternity. He was also quick to remind Jemutai that e is a married man. Kenyan netizens have quickly described prof.Hamo as a deadbeat dad. Isn't this a disgrace to the churchill show and kenyans at large?
Maybe it's the high time Daniel Ndambuki a.k.a churchill followed Matiangis footsteps and say no to relationships at workplace.
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