Ever since Pulse in 2004 spotted Shaffie Weru as the next big thing, he has since risen to be one of Kenyaâs Kings of FM radio â and brought as much fun as he has notoriety. Now âThe Shafâ turns to us with an exclusive to lay his truth flat out bare, writes Matilda Nzioki.
Letâs start with the playboy tag...
Iâm not a playboy but a party boy. I would say I donât run around with women, as was the case a while ago.
I know many people would want to know if Iâm dating Debbie Asila and Joan at the same time. I would say that is really none of their business, but that makes me sound rude. The truth is, they are both a big part of my life.
Debbie is the mother of my daughter, I adore and respect her, sheâs been there for me and has invested so much into this relationship.
Joan on the other hand is here now, and everyone just has to deal with it. Iâm seen more with Joan, especially in the pictures that appear in the media.
So how do you manage?
My family lives in Upperhill, while Joan lives in Kileleshwa. I shuttle to and fro; sometimes Iâm with Debbie and other times Iâm with Joan.
It does strain me but I put myself in this situation; so I try and manage it.
Nothing lasts forever; I guess the shuttling to and fro will eventually come to an end. I take it each day at a time. Maybe Iâll end up with whoever hangs on the longest.
Are both Debbie and Joan fine with the sharing?