Justina Syokau, the well-known artist behind the hit track “Twendy Twendy,” recently sat down for an interview with Dr. Ofweneke on TV 47. During this candid conversation, the controversial singer touched on a variety of topics related to her music career and personal life.
Regarding Her Enhanced Figure In the interview, Justina revealed that she had invested three million Kenyan shillings to enhance her physique, specifically her buttocks. She underwent the procedure in the United States, but unfortunately, it didn’t go as planned. This led her to seek corrective surgery, incurring an additional cost of 600,000 Kenyan shillings.
“I went to the US and asked the doctor to remove fat from my stomach and back and place it in my buttocks. The initial procedure cost me three million. But later, I realized it was not looking right. It needed maintenance. It was heavy, and it was uneven,” she explained.
According to her, 2023 is her year to take a break and focus on herself.
“2023 is my year to relax and expand my horizons.”
Justina Syokau’s Relationship Status Justina Syokau also disclosed that she is still single and actively searching for a life partner. She discussed the challenges she faced in finding a husband in 2022.
“I’m still on the market. I am single. I haven’t found a husband yet,” Justina shared with Dr. Ofweneke.
She recounted her unsuccessful attempts to connect with various Kenyan celebrities. She admitted that last year, she had a crush on Ryvanny, but he wasn’t interested, as he was looking for a collaboration. She also confessed to having a crush on gospel singer Ringtone Apoko, only to later discover that he was fabricating his lavish lifestyle. Upon investigating, she learned that Apoko didn’t possess the significant wealth he claimed to have.
“I also had a crush on Ringtone Apoko. I really wanted him, but I realized there was no such thing as a mansion and fancy cars,” she added.
When it comes to the qualities she desires in a husband, Justina emphasized the importance of financial wealth and bedroom compatibility.
“I want a man who is financially secure, perhaps even a billionaire. When we go to the supermarket, I want to be able to pick whatever I desire. But he must also excel in the bedroom; otherwise, we won’t be getting any work done.”
Addressing the Controversy Surrounding Her Song ‘Twendy Twendy Three Ni Mwaka Wa Kupanuliwa’ Justina Syokau also addressed the controversy surrounding her hit song “Twendy Twendy,” specifically the use of the word “kupanuliwa.” She clarified that she didn’t use this word simply for attention. According to her, “kupanuliwa” means extension, which is why she chose it.
She also dismissed claims that her songs bring bad luck or omens. Dr. Ofweneke pointed out that Justina had sung about 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, as well as about the challenging economic times in 2021 and 2022.
“In my recent video, you saw me crying. People say I’m practicing witchcraft, but that’s not true. When I sing, I’m expressing what I hope God will do for me. But you see, when a man can’t find a wife and struggles financially, he blames me.”