Samidoh’s Fiery Reply to Fan Accusing Him of Keeping Karen Nyamu Out of the Limelight”
Mugithi sensation Samuel Muchoki, famously known as Samidoh, has recently found himself in the spotlight after responding passionately to a fan’s accusation of concealing his relationship with Karen Nyamu on social media.
This exchange took place on one of his Facebook posts, where he had initially intended to announce his upcoming shows in Nyeri and Juja.
The controversy unfolded when a Facebook user, Phillis Mbuthia, raised the question of why Samidoh hadn’t mentioned his girlfriend in the post, insinuating that he was keeping their relationship too private.
Her comment read, “Kwanini hujatag beib??? hakii unafichanga😩😩😩,” which translates to “Why haven’t you tagged your partner? It’s like you’re hiding her.”
In response, Samidoh chose to address the matter in his native Kikuyu language and did not hold back.
He stated, “Wee nawe no kuha*wo ciugo guuku kai utakoragwo and wa gwika?” This translates to, “You and your job are just here to be scolded because you don’t have any work to do.”
The artist’s candid and somewhat sharp reply ignited reactions among numerous onlookers, with some finding humor in his unfiltered response.
It’s important to note that in recent months, Samidoh has been increasingly visible with his girlfriend, Karen Nyamu, with whom he shares two children.
Despite the fan’s comment insinuating otherwise, their public appearances and shared moments on social media suggest that their relationship is far from being hidden.
Samidoh’s fiery response sheds light on the challenges that public figures often face when dealing with scrutiny and personal matters in the age of social media.
This incident serves as a reminder that celebrities like Samidoh are not immune to criticism and public opinion, and they sometimes respond with candor when their personal lives are brought into question.
The exchange also underscores the unique dynamics of fame in the digital era, where privacy and public persona often intersect, creating room for both admiration and scrutiny.