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Comedian Jemutai blasts Prof Hamo in nasty baby daddy fallout

The public fallout between comedian Stella Bunei alias Jemutai and her baby daddy Herman Kago, commonly known as Prof Hamo, is getting noisy and messy with each passing hour.

In a lengthy Facebook post that has since been deleted, a frustrated Jemutai stepped up the ante on the father of her two kids on Sunday, tabling fresh claims she’s only received Sh9000 towards the kids upkeep in the last seven months.

She also claimed the father of her kids is a drunkard who returns home at 2am despite the dawn to dusk curfew imposed by President Uhuru Kenyatta for the past year.

“The last time Hamo saw the children was in October last year before he moved out. (Since) then, he’s appeared in my house four times (all) at night,” she claimed.

“Why are we lying, the last time Hamo paid rent was last year October and from then he refused to pick the caretaker calls. I respect Mama Mellisa (Hamo’s wife) so much but since you’ve decided we drag her into this, the only money she has ever sent me is KSh 9,000 in total,” said Jemutai.

Jemutai further warned Hamo he could reveal more incriminating details including audio recordings that reportedly indicate he has been violent towards her.

“Kindly note I’m withholding so much from the public including the day you were violent. I have all the recordings of you apologising to Abner. Accept you have failed as a father and you are ready to better. Better do better,” she warned.

The Churchill Live comedians come lovers have been trading accusations for the better part of the last two days, pointing to a fallout between them.

Hamo has since accused Jemutai of lying about his support towards the kids, but Jemutai has stood her ground, claiming she has had to shoulder all the burden.

She criticized her baby daddy for ‘making millions’ through employment as a radio presenter, Emcee, and endorsement deals, and yet kids are not even able to watch television.

Hamo though maintains he has been responsible.

“I have children who live with me and others who don’t live with me. I have been providing for my children from day one and there’s no day they went without food or shelter or anything they need. My wife is the one who sends upkeep for the children who don’t live with us. This has been the agreement between my family and the mother of the children,” he said