politician and legal advisor Karen Nyamu has revealed she is the person who first move on Mugithi star Samidoh.
Karen talked about meeting Samidoh at a political rally and in a matter of moments the famous Kikuyu artist was in her ‘box’.
In an interview with Jeff Kuria, Nyamu said she was attracted to the musician but explained she has never plotted to ruin the artiste’s relationship with his wife Edith Nderitu.
“I fell in love with him when I met him for the first time. I made the first move” she revealed.
She additionally said she stayed with him when he was working on his hit tunes Mumbi and Muthoniwa.
“I know I am called a husband snatcher but Samidoh is not the type to be taken away like that. I have no intention of breaking that union of him with wife,” she noted.
So stricken has Nyamu been with Samidoh that she revealed secrets of their fights, kid and pregnancy.
“Everything I did I do not regret. My actions were not planned. I would react then think about it when it is out there. When you love somebody, you don’t wish to destroy them. When I pray for him, I pray for his wife and their children” she said.
Inquired as to why she posted their bedroom matters on social media, she asserted it was revenge when she realized the hubby was slipping away.
“I did all this because of love. Samidoh is attractive. He is funny. Women out there want him. I was scared, angry and bitter because my first-born daughter briefly witnessed the scuffle. I went live on Instagram to get revenge. I even insulted him (Samidoh) through texts” she explained.
Karen unveiled how her dad was angered by the viral video cuts that he hung tight on after he reprimanded her.
“Dad was mad at me. He did not like those dramas. He said I was losing focus on life,” the mother of two revealed
She, in any case, revealed that her dad and Samidoh had met and iunteracted at her place. Karen, who is pregnant with the singers second kid, said he was happy
,when he broke the news about the pregnancy.
She disproved perceptions she is a wild lady, saying she is moderate and even during her university days at the University of Nairobi she kept off affairs, especially sponsors who targeted law female students.