Jemutai Buys Huge Television And Shows House Interior After Drama With Hamo

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The mother of two almost sold her social media accounts to foot her bills before Kenyans came to her rescue.

Published on June 10, 2021

Comedienne Jemutai seems to be living a soft life weeks after she went public to expose her baby daddy Prof Hamo.

The mother of two almost sold her social media accounts to foot her bills before Kenyans came to her rescue.

Jemutai revealed that Hamo walked out of her home in October 2020 and was forced to take care of their two kids alone. She was struggling to make ends meet.

The multitalented comedienne also revealed that she didn’t own a TV set and her children had nothing to watch despite them (her and Hamo) gracing the screen every Sunday on Churchill Show (before COVID-19).

Jemutai has shown off a 49 inch TV mounted on the wall of her sitting room.

She shared more videos showing off the interior of her two-bedroomed house, with her kids playing next to her.

Last weekend, Jemutai treated her kids and their househelp to a special weekend getaway. They travelled to Maasai Mara, and they enjoyed it.

True love never dies

After apologising to Jemutai and their kids for what he made them go through.

He took to social media to answer questions from his fans and was kind enough to trespond when one of them asked:

Have you sort out your issues with your baby mama?”

The funnyman corrected the fan, saying Jemutai is not his baby mama but also his wife.

“She is not my baby mama, she is my wife.”

Another fan asked if he and Jemutai will rekindle their love, and he said:

“It is people who love each other that fight.”

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