Terrence Creative kuchepuka na Soina, Milly Chebby atusiwa DM za Insta

Ubuyu wa Terrence Creative kuhusika katika tendo la ndoa na mpango wa kando wa miaka 19 ulisambaa katika mtandao kama moto jangwani.

Terrence Creative baadaye alikiri kuwa alimsaliti mkewe Milly Chebby na kuomba msamaha.

Wafuasi wa Terrence hawakupendezwa na msamaha alioutoa kwa mkewe.

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Ubuyu huu pia ulionekana kumchonganisha na kumuweka kwenye kiti moto Anita Soina.

Inadaiwa kuwa Terrence alichepuka na Anita Soina kisa na ambacho hakikumfurahisha mkewe Milly Chebby.

Kumewaka moto pia katika DM ya Insta ya Milly Chebby baada ya kujulikana kuwa alitumia njama za kumtishia na kumtusi Anita Soina ili kuinusuru ndoa yake.

Chebby amefikia levo za kumtishia kuwa atatuma kundi haramu la Mungiki kumvamia.

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Kwa kauli hiyo, wafuasi wake walizamia Insta yake na kuangusha cheche za matusi kwake.

Chebby ameonekana ku-mind sana wanachokisema na kuwajibu kwa Insta Story yake.

“Jumbe za kunitusi kwa sababu ya unene wangu sio tishio nipo sawa….”

“Nitafika Gym kwa wakati wangu…” Alifoka Chebby.

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Yaani hata Kamami! Tazama picha za mpango wa kando wa Terence Creative

Kupitia mitandao ya kijamii ni wazi kuwa mcheshi Terence Creative ajulikanaye sana kama Kamami ana mpango wa kando na ata amekubali madai ya kuenda nje ya ndoa.

Milly Chebby na mpenzi wake Kamami wamekuwa na misukosuko katika ndoa yao kwa sababu ya kidosho Anita ambaye ndiye mpango wa kando wa bwana Terence.

Baada ya aibu ya Terence kupatikana na mpango wa kando, bwana huyu kupitia mtandao wa kijamii amefungukua wazi na kusema wazi anavyo mpenda mke wake.

Binti ambaye ametia bwana Kamami kwenye aibu chungu nzima ni binti mwenye umri wa miaka 19.

Amini usiamini, mpango wa kando wa bwana Terence ana umri wa miak 19 na wakishirikiana, hawakuwa wanaona kama ni tatizo kwani wahenga walisema, mapenzi ni kipofu!

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Zaidi ya hayo, hata ikiwa binti huyu amejitia aibu na kumfanya Terence aingie matatani, siwezi kumlaumu bwana Kamami kwani binti huyu Anita ni mrembo sana, yaaani katoto hodari .

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‘I have smoked at least 166,000 cigarettes in 22 years,’ – Terrence Creative

Comedian and Radio Jambo presenter Lawrence Macharia alias Terence Creative has opened up about his past life in the streets and fighting a smoking addiction.

“I am the lastborn of three brothers. Our mum died when I was nine years,” Terence told Word Is on Thursday.

“We grew under my grandmother’s house that was too small to accommodate by brothers plus my uncles. At times I thought I could walk out and go look for food. That is when I became a street kid for seven years.”

The same year his mother died, Terence started smoking. The presenter estimates that he has smoked at least 166,000 cigarettes in 22 years.

“One year ago I was a smoke slave. I couldn’t function without smoke, I kept it to my mind that I needed to smoke to be more creative. Later on I realised it was just a myth. I prayed to God and said to myself I will quit. I prayed and told God to free me ’cause I’m his child, and he did,” he said.

Apart from smoking, Terence turned to crime in Mathare to make ends meet.

“Life was not easy in the street. I became a drug peddler, that is how I made my money. I even used to fake disability and pretend to be a disabled child just to get money. I mean, life there was not a joke. It was so tough,” he said.

“I sold scrap metals as well and I became a thug. I would snatch bags from people, side mirrors za gari za watu. But all this was out of frustrations in life and lacking hope because I didn’t see me becoming anyone in the society.”

The comedian’s addiction was so bad that people paid him using cigarettes.

“Smoking cost me a lot, loss of dignity, loss of jobs. I remember some of my ‘friends’ who wanted me to offer my creative services used to say, ‘Hhuyu usimpee pesa, bora uende na fegi atakuskiza.’ That’s how low I could stoop, and as an addict, you put smoke ahead of you.”

Macharia thanks Muli’s Children’s Home for rescuing him from the streets and giving him an opportunity to go to school.

“Mr Muli took me to his children’s home and that is where I reformed from using hard drugs after I was taken to rehabilitation for two years,” he said.

Watch the video below.