If you frequently visit social media pages, you must have come across Samidoh at some point. He is a social media influencer and a musician is well grounded to be distracted by naysayers. The handsome man is headstrong and no matter the circumstances he always stands still. He is among Kenyan comedians who have moved from grass to fame through hardwork and determination.
Some hours hours minutes ago Samidoh posted on his Facebook official page sharing a story with his followers on how he was chased away from a wedding after stepping on bridegroom veil while running for a cake. According to Samidoh he was taken to the party by one of his friends and he sat on the front chair. Disaster came in during cake eating time after bride and bridegroom gave each other a bite and their parents too. They then moved to the left side of the church skipping Samidoh which made him think they had forgotten him. He followed them going for the cake and stepped on the bridegroom’s Vail destroying it's setting which made him to be sent away.
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