Popular Kenyan Gospel singer, Ben Githae, has for the first time admitted in public he cheated on his wife.
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Speaking in an interview on Radio Jambo, the Mabataro hitmaker claimed nothing else led him to stray but lust.
“I was married for 18 years before I strayed out of our marriage with Margaret Wanjiru. I cannot say when I exactly started straying all I can say is I strayed and I admit that. My wife found out long ago that I had strayed and gotten twins and it brought out a lot of issues between us. We sorted some but some issues were left unsolved,'' he said.
''There were threats and intimidation from my baby mama and that is when she implemented them and let the world know we had children together,'' he added.
His admission came barely three months after his baby mama, Wanjiru, exposed him as a deadbeat dad.
As reported by TUKO.co.ke earlier, she revealed the hit maker has a series of side chics and children whom he does not provide for.
According to the 31-year-old mother of three, she met the singer in 2011 and the two kicked off a steamy affair until she got pregnant with twins in 2016.
However, trouble began when the woman was three months pregnant as the musician started feeling deceived and disowned the pregnancy demanding that she gets rid of it but she refused.
When she sought to have a DNA test done, he downplayed the request and acknowledged the pregnancy was his and said he would take care of the children which he did until late 2018 when he stopped.
Well, TUKO.co.ke reached out to Wanjiru to find out if the star started playing his part as the twins' father.
They also wanted to find out what her thoughts were after the musician admitted to have cheated with her and also claiming she threatened him.
The lady confirmed Githae has been catering for his babies and that she did not have problems with him but the "lies" he shared during the Radio Jambo interview.
''Yes, he helps, not like before. Things have changed a bit,'' she said.
The lady claimed she has never threatened the singer but the opposite was true.
According to the mother of two, she has been receiving incessant calls from countless women claiming to be the singer's lovers, asking her to leave him or face dire consequences.
''I heard the interview and I must say I am not happy, he lied about other things, I did not threaten him. In fact I receive calls from women who want me to leave him, some threatened to harm me if I do not leave him alone,'' Wanjiru revealed.
Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that a South African pastor, Alph Lukau, raised several interesting reactions on social media after he claimed to have raised a man from the dead.
The footage showed the pastor standing in front of an open coffin, talking to the bystanders. Lukau said the man died three days earlier and was in the mortuary and he even addressed the deceased's sister.
Then, he went on to pray for the alleged corpse and just as he shouted: "rise up!" the man was resurrected. Many Africans later took to the internet to remake their own version of the resurrection.
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