Nyota Ndogo hits women who say they can’t wash their husbands’ boxers Kenya News


  • Nyota Ndogo said career women and housewives are expected to wash their husbands’ boxers
  • She insisted that women who don’t wash their husbands’ boxers are hypocrites
  • Her feelings have sparked mixed reactions on social media with a number of women swearing they’ll never be able to wash their men’s boxers.

Coast-based singer Nyota Ndogo has come to criticize married women who cannot wash their husbands’ underwear.

Nyota Ndogo said women should serve their husbands. Photo: Nyota Ndogo.
Source: Facebook

Serve your man

Nyota Ndogo, in a recent video shared via her official Instagram page, wondered why these women feel proud of their marriage when they can’t do basic things like maintaining their men’s hygiene.

The musician insisted that it is shameful for women to refuse to wash their men’s boxers, saying it makes them “less married”.

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Career women and housewives should not be ashamed to wash their husbands’ underwear, says Nyota Ndogo.

Who bewitched us women. You are removed from your parents’ home, you join a new family after you get married. You are supposed to serve your husband, but some women claim that they can’t wash their men’s boxers. You pretend it’s dirt, you can’t wash her underwear but are ready to lick her lolo, ”Nyota said.

Fans react

The singer’s feelings have sparked mixed reactions online with scores of women blaming her.

While some women confessed to washing their male underwear and vowed to continue doing so, others said they never could have even in their wildest dreams.

Nyota’s latest development comes barely a month after she expressed her gratitude to God after her mzungu husband, Henning Nielsen, bought her a new luxury car.

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The Nibebe singer struggled to contain her glee as she posted a video of the German blue machine to social media on Thursday, October 7.

The one-minute video showed the beaming singer standing through the vehicle’s sunroof. Nyota smiled widely in the clip, taken along the highway from Nairobi to Westlands.

In caption, she thanked God for giving her a man to listen, adding that some people think she bewitched her.

Source: Tuko


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