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Congolese musician sparks Nairobi city catfights

By - The Nairobian | June 28th 2013 at 00:00:00 GMT +0300

The Nairobian

An up-and-coming Congolese musician has caused several bar brawls between women in the last few weeks.

The ladies’ man, known by the stage name ‘Mash’, is said to have dazzled women with his performances in Umoja, Pipeline and Donholm making them fight whenever he picked one for a dance.

Witnesses told The Nairobian two young women recently fought over Mash in a club on Outering Road.

The two disagreed when the young artiste jumped from the stage – where he was performing a song – and picked a woman seated at a table with her friend.

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The woman left at the table alone got angry, took a beer bottle and hurled it at her friend, witnesses said.

She, however, shielded herself before the bottle hit her head. 

After this, the two women engaged in a fistfight.

“They pulled at each other’s hair and tore their clothes apart, each proclaiming to be the musician’s girlfriend,” Tony, a regular patron at the club told The Nairobian.

The musician tried to separate them before the bouncers intervened.

Elsewhere in a nearby Club, another pair exchanged blows over the flamboyant musician.

Before the fight at Makuti, two other women had fought over him at a joint in Umoja, an incident that elicited a sensational discussion on a local radio station.

Most women who called the station claimed they were attracted to Mash’s sexual dancing styles, flashy clothing, hairstyle and treatment of women as opposed to their Kenyan ‘stingy’ men.

But men who called the station said such women are only after money.


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