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Jalang’o opens up on boys club sex scandal

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Radio personality and comedian Felix Odiwuor, popularly known as Jalango, has finally spoken out on the controversy that has bedevilled him and his friends for the last two days.

He was forced to speak out after citizen journalist Edgar Obare published chats from a WhatsApp chat group called Boys Club of which Jalango is a member alongside several of his friends.

In the group, the men allegedly discussed sexual escapades, oftentimes even sharing full photos of their conquests.

But the comedian now that he published screenshots do not give the whole story. He lamented that the expose had broken them.

People have blown this out of proportion and I can assure you we are totally broken. I have had people call me to encourage me and the boys and others calling to just condemn us, we have taken this as a lesson. There is a lot of malice and hate around it but we cant go there now, he said.

“We will not defend ourselves but this was just another random boys chat in a WhatsApp group, the difference between us and you is that your chats haven’t leaked out but I can assure you that in most WhatsApp groups chats about men, women, money can never miss.

In a lengthy post on his social media pages, the media personality did not offer any apologies but sought to defend the group, saying the person who leaked the chats had an ill motive and only shared what he wanted the public to see.

“Yes we agree that it was our group and it’s a group that has been there for so many years and through the group we have achieved a lot in developing ourselves in different fields more so investment which was the sole reason for the group. The boys are not just friends but people we grew up with from childhood, went to school together and achieved a lot together. On the chats you’ve seen, no one will tell you the genesis of the chats or the previous chats but they picked what they wanted you to see, we have been judged, abused and crucified and told that we formed a boys group just to have our pleasures,” he wrote.

He also said that he had not been fired or sent on compulsory leave. He added that the apartment in question is where they have been shooting online shows and no one sleeps there.

“What really happened? Or whats the truth? When Covid happen most of my friends closed office and I requested them to come help me build my YouTube channel, we took one of our apartments and turned into a fully-fledged studio and thats where we have been shooting, occasionally we go to where our guest is or hire a place to work depending on guest request, we are always done by 2 or 3pm so we sit back and just relax have a boys time and chat, few friends have joined us too. We went and created one of the biggest online platforms and we already had clients buying space for marketing and advertising and we were already on a roll gaining up to 10k subscribers per week! Rarely did anyone sleep at the apartment unless we had an overnight shoot or editing going on. The lies are too many that we ourselves are reading these things on the blogs and just wondering whom they are talking about,” he shared.

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Kidis the Jembe quits music after losing millions of shillings

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Coast-based musician Kidis the Jembe has announced that he has quit music for good after failing to make it in the industry in over a decade he had been in the game.

A frustrated Kidis, who burst into limelight with his hit banger Kamua Leo several years back, claims he has lost millions of shillings in the music industry, something that has prompted him to quit.

The singer also claims he lost a whopping Sh6.5 million on the song Mshamba which was used as the signature tune for TV comedy program ‘Mshamba’ which aired on a local TV station.

Kidis says he has never been paid the loyalty for the song and his effort to get his dues have been futile. He also claims Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK) owe him Sh7.5 million in loyalties.

Kidis made the revelations during a phone conversation with Milele FM radio presenter Chris The Baise. “Sanaa ya Kenya iko na uhuni sana, sasa naibiwa pesa hadi nilishindwa kulipa nyumba shilingi elfu kumi. Niambie vipi Kidis ashindwe kulipa elfu kumi?” he posed.

This is not the first time Kidis has shared his frustrations with the Kenyan music industry. Back in 2014, he became the first artiste to ditch Grandpa Records that was huge back then. He quit after a bitter fallout with the owner of the label Refigah.

Kidis claimed he never met his expectation since joining the label which signed him after he dropped Kamua Leo. However Refigah denied falling out with Kidis, stating that his contract with the now dead label, had come to an end.

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Kanye West ends marriage with Kim Kardashian in bizarre divorce rant

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Kanye West has seemingly ended his marriage with Kim Kardashian in a extraordinary divorce rant. The rapper, 43, reportedly caused an uproar in the Kardashian family when he dropped the bombshell his wife wanted to abort North during his presidential rally over the weekend.

Concerns for the musician have been growing after he sensationally claimed Kim called the doctors to lock him up and compared his life to horror movie Get Out in a Twitter firestorm.

The Kardashians were said to be incredibly worried about Kanye amid claims he’s in the middle of a serious bipolar episode. Kanye’s latest claim appeared to suggest he had been trying to divorce Kim since she met fellow rapper Meek Mill at a hotel.

His tweets have been deleted since they were posted on Monday.

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Frankie JustGymIt responds to deadbeat dad tag

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Popular fitness trainer Frankie Kiarie better known as Frankie JustGymIt recently broke down responding to questions posed by his followers pertaining to his children. In the video dubbed ‘Deadbeat Dad’ posted on his YouTube channel, Frank read out questions asked by netizens.

One question took him aback after one user asked why he was a deadbeat dad to his two children with Maureen Waititu.  In response, Frankie googled the meaning of a deadbeat dad stating that he took care of his children and was always there for them.

“Each week I send money for my children’s upkeep, actually let me be candid and say I send Sh6, 000 every week for their upkeep. Personally, I spend like maybe Sh2, 500 on myself and I’m a fully grown man.

“I pay for school fees. So with school fees, Lexi goes to Montessori, he loves it there. It’s a private school, the fees there is not cheap. Let me just be candid, the school fees is about Sh150, 000 per term. Paying is not easy and there was a reason he went there which I’m not going to touch on,” he said.

The fitness trainer cautioned netizens against labeling individuals and tasked them to do their research.

Asked on whether he left Maureen to be with Corazon Kwamboka, Frankie explained that things between him and Maureen were not okay and it is after they broke up that he met his current girlfriend.

“I didn’t leave Maureen for Kwamboka. Maureen and I broke up then I met Kwamboka. It wasn’t planned that I am going to get rid of this beautiful thing that we had going on and go start another beautiful thing that we have now going on. That wasn’t the thought process. We had our differences and issues and it’s something that people need to understand.

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