‘Mume wangu alinikosea heshima!’ Mugizaji Nyce Wanjeri afichua kilicho watenganisha

Aliyekuwa muigizaji wa kipindi cha ‘Auntie Boss’, Nyce Wanjeri ameeleza kilicho watenganisha yeye na aliyekuwa bwanake Tito.

Akizungumza na mtangazaji, Massawe Japanni katika kitengo cha Ilikuwaje, siku ya Jumatatu, Wanjeri ambaye walitengana na mumewe wa miaka tisa mwezi wa Novemba mwaka uliopita, alisema kuwa alikuwa anakosewa heshima.

Photos of your favourite comedian with their adorable kids

Hayo yalitofautiana na sababu alizopeana Tito baada ya kuandika kwa mtandao kuwa walitengana baada ya Nyce Wanjeri kupata mafanikio katika sanaa.

Tito alisema kuwa tangia Nyce afanikiwe, hakuwa anampa yeye wala familia yao mda wa kutosha.

Soma ujumbe wake.

 “Why am I using Facebook? My marriage is over. So painful I swear. I saw it coming though. Success causes absenteeism, lack of bonding and lack of family time. Why did I imagine we last forever? We are both artists. It’s not normal. It doesn’t work,”

Nyce alisema kuwa utata kwa ndoa yao ilianza pindi tu ilipotimia miaka saba na miaka miwili baadaye, alishindwa kuvumilia ukosefu wa heshima kwake na kwa ndoa yao.

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“Kwa kweli tumeachana, kwa nini? Sitaiongelea kwa sasa kwa sababu am not yet ready to share the story. Na ni ukweli, vile alisema tumewachana ni ukweli tumewacha kwa hivyo naweza sema he is single!” Alisema Muigizaji huyo.

Soma mahojiano yake na Massawe Japanni.

Je ni mashindano kati ya ndoa iliweza kusababisha mwisho wa ndoa yenyu?

Kila ndoa ina utatizo wake na kila mtu ana ile kitu nyinyi huwa na problems nayo, sitaki kuiongelea sana ni competition kwa sababu huwa tunasema watu wawili wanaotumia blanketi moja, mambo mengi hufanyika.

Na pia kwa hii industry yenye tuko pia kuna disrespect, if mtu ameku disrespect leo kesho, kesho kutwa na hai change pia wewe kama mtu kuna  wakati itafika utachoka.

Na pia kuna vitu nyingi sana ukiangalia kivyako unaona either unanyanyaswa hapa na pia naambianga watu kuwa sio vizuri kuona watu wengine wana behave hivi unadhania yangu pia tuka behave hivi inaweza kuwa sawa.

This is why you won’t be seeing ‘shiro’ on Auntie boss TV series again

Ilikuwaje ukasema potelea mbali baada ya miaka tisa ya ndoa?

Kwa hapo ni vitu kadhaa zenye nasema siko ready kwa saa hizi kuzitoa, lakini ni vitu zenye kama mwanamke singeweza, ya kwanza ni disrespect na zingine mingi.

Unajua watu wengi waliingilia hiyo kitu kulingana na vile iliwekwa. Wakasema ashafika, ashapata pesa, ashaenda Nigeria, ashakuwa success kitambo walikuwa pamoja saa hizi hawako juu ya hiyo success. Hapana hapana! 

Pesa kwangu mimi husema hivi; Pesa huja na inaisha. Material things are nothing ile kitu ya maana ni je kuna upendo? na pia kuna heshima?

Pata uhondo kamili.

Photos of your favourite comedian with their adorable kids

Comedians make us laugh but most people don’t appreciate the fact that off the stage they are parents juggling multiple roles.

Here is a list of Kenyan comedians with their kids

1. Dr Kingori

He is witty and a dad to a daughter who is the apple of her father’s eye.

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2. Njoro the comedian

He is known for his comical nature on the ‘Churchil show’ but behind the scenes he is a great dad who does not mind flaunting his twin girls.

He wrote the caption below sharing a photo of his girls

‘Leo hawataki story zangu …ndio kuingia manyumbani’

In another he says

“Barua kwa my daughter’s ..Kwanza I love you so much and I miss you ,but Daddy has to do what he has to do to secure your future ..till the day I will die I will always be thea for you..sucrifices ?nafanya Kila kitu ,be happy and know Dad will do anything for you ..tutatafta kabisa ..Mungu mbele..sad your father’s name will betray u .”

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3. Teacher Wanjiku

She is known by many as a teacher but at home she is a warm and loving mother to two adorable girls.

In one of her posts she says

‘My daughters all grown up, My reason for that grind😍😍’

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Teacher Wanjiku and her daughters

4. Njambi

She entertains us with her acting skills on Real House Wives of Kawangware, but most noticeably also is her charm and beauty. She has a daughter (below) who by the look of things is a beauty herself.

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5. Awinja

She makes our ribs ache with her acting prowess on Papa Shirandula, and is a mother of one.

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6. Nyce Wanjeri alias Shiro ‘Aunty Boss’

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This is why you won’t be seeing ‘shiro’ on Auntie boss TV series again

Award-winning actress Nyce Wanjeri, alias Shiro of Auntie Boss, will no longer be in the programme, as her three-year contract has expired.

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Shiro posted on her social media platforms: “For 15 seasons, that is almost 200 episodes on NTV, Auntie Boss has been my home. I have been humbled to work with an amazing production house that is Moonbeam and their very abled selection of cast and crew. I have been blessed and lucky so far, but that beautiful journey that started three or so years ago is soon coming to an end.”

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Radio Jambo reached out to Nyce and she explained the contract expired in July, and due to what she termed “contractual differences” with the team, she decided not to renew.

“I cannot exactly say I left the show, as opposed to saying we hit a contractual wall. The details of that I can’t get into due to legal implications,” Nyce said.

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“But also, it was time for me to move on to the next level of my career as a brand, beyond Shiro of Auntie Boss. My contract with Auntie boss ended in July of 2017, after we finished shooting all required episodes. And I just did not have a contract renewal this year due to the existing contractual differences.”

Nyce, who acted as the stubborn house help, has risen to be among the top female actors in the country after winning best TV comedian at the Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards in Nigeria, beating popular names in the industry in Africa.

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She has been hitting greater heights, getting endorsements with different companies. And now she will be battling with five other nominees, including Ghanaian actors Chris Attoh, Adjetey Anang and South African beauty Pearl Thusi, for ‘Best Lead Role in Film (non-Nigerian)’ in the upcoming NEA Awards 2018, which will take place on November 10.

“I can’t begin to explain how happy it makes me! It validates all I have been doing for these many years, and I thank God for Auntie Boss, which has brought me to this point,” she said.

Shiro urged fans to keep supporting her as she will still be in local programmes.

“Keep following me, you shall see very soon. Entertaining is in my blood and I must continue till I have no more strength in me,” she said.

“As far as other shows are concerned, I am open to any other productions that I can join for the sake of entertaining Kenyans.”