‘Is your girlfriend someone else’s, wife?’ Bensoul responds

Bensoul’s Nairobi hit is the talk of the town.

The song details how Nairobi city is one biiiiiiiig bedroom and the culture of Nairobi, per person sharing, has taken over relationships.

Well, the Sol Generation star took some time to hand out with the lovely Kalondu Musyimi on our weekly Mpasho Live.

Bensoul interacted with our fans and responded to their questions about the hist single, Nairobi.

Asked by fans what inspired the song, Nairobi, Bensoul said,

“THERE IS A FRIEND OF MINE WHO SENT ME MESSAGES ON HOW HE WAS BEING PLAYED BY A LOVER IN BROAD DAYLIGHT. I WROTE THIS SONG AS AN AFFIRMATION THAT HE SHOULD FORGET WE ARE IN NAIROBI. AND THAT IS WHERE THE IDEA CAME FROM.”

All about the cult that Mighty Salim was involved in

Bensoul was asked if he views Nairobi as a big bedroom and he responded;

“YES I DO, IT IS ALL ABOUT PER PERSON SHARING. HATA MIMI NIMECHEZWA MARA MINGI BUT SUCH IS LIFE.”

Asked about the diverse reactions to Mejja’s verse in the song, he said,

“I FEEL THEY DON’T LIKE DIVERSITY. I BELIEVE HE DELIVERED AND HE SPOKE LIKE IT IS. IT WAS RAW AND REAL. AFTER STORY YA MACUZO WAMEANZA KUPENDA MEJJA’S VERSE…SITAKI KUMTAJA YEYOTE.

A persistent fan kept asking, ‘Is your girlfriend someone else’s, wife?’

BENSOUL SAID, “SIWEZI JUA, BUT NIKIJUA HATAKUA GIRLFRIEND TENA.”

His advise to his fans when it comes to matters relationship, Bensoul noted,

“TAFADHALI WEKA PROTECTION MPANGONI, PRACTICE SAFE SEX. IF YOU FIND SOMEONE YOU LOVE, THANK GOD BECAUSE KUNA WENGI HAPA INJE HAWANA HIYO. PROTECT YOUR ENERGY AND YOUR HEART.”

Watch the entire Mpasho Live interview below.

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