Early last month, celebrity couple Vera Sidika and her musician husband Brown Mauzo were elated to reveal the expectancy of their first child. Well, their enthusiasm has been often vivid as per their recent social media posts. However, concerns heftily began rising yesterday in regard to their proximity. Well, Vera Sidika had organised her forthcoming baby's gender reveal party in Karen, Nairobi; an event which ended up sparking more confusions among Kenyans.
Amid the star-studded event, it was noted that Vera's husband Brown Mauzo was missing in action despite the major event revolving around him. Netizens began raising concerns, an incident that has not been addressed by the retired socialite up to now. Well, a new turn of event has yet again sparked tension in regard to the incident.
Just few hours ago, Brown Mauzo has shared a video of him enjoying a boat ride in the coastal waters; a post that has partly addressed the escalating concerns. However, the incident still poses many questions, is everything okay between the two lovebirds?
Why would he move to a vacation alone and miss the major event? Time will tell.
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