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Married artiste misbehaves in Nakuru

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By Pulse Team | November 9th 2012

By Pulse Team

A popular artiste was seen misbehaving with a clandestine lover in Nakuru, over the weekend. After an event that went down in the town and attended by a number of his male stars, the fellow slinked away to the underground disco situated at a local hotel and took a corner near the DJ’s booth to be with his squeeze.

The curvaceous girl, wearing a flowery pink short dress, seemed smitten, and the two seemed totally oblivious of the surrounding, as they canoodled and held each other suggestively — perhaps as a result of the glasses of Amarula that he kept ordering. Or maybe they assumed that, this being an out-of-town get-away in a dimly lit club, no one would recognise the singer.

However, at one point, other revelers recognised the singer and even posed for photos with him. The artiste tried to act normal and keep his distance but the girl was all over him, acting very comfortable with him.

After dancing to a few songs the star looked uneasy with the attention he was attracting and sneaked away.

 His fellow celebrities followed him minutes later.

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