Popular Churchill show comedian JB Masanduku has opened up on his divorce to radio personality Tina Kaggia, revealing that the harrowing experience has pushed him back to comedy to help him heal.
Popular Churchill show comedian reveals how harrowing divorce pushed him back to comedy [Video]
It’s a tough process, I won’t lie. I guess it’s probably the reason I came back to comedy to help me heal-JB Masanduku
Speaking at the sidelines of Churchill Show hosted in West Pokot yesterday, JB confirmed that they officially divorced and are currently working on an arrangement where he will have access to their baby.
“We divorced officially. Divorce is always ugly but I thank God she was mature about it.” JB said.
“It’s a tough process, I won’t lie. I guess it’s probably the reason I came back to comedy to help me heal”. He added.
The comedian who made a name for himself on Churchill show confirmed that he is already engaged to another lady and plans are underway for a wedding with a pre-wedding already done.
“I am engaged. Her name is Jackie," he confirmed.
He also revealed that he will be making a come-back on radio where he will be hosting a show but declined to reveal which station he will be heading to due to non-disclosure agreement.
Below is the video of JB Masanduku opening up on his love life and career plans.
In a previous interview, JB confirmed that Kagiia had already met his fiancy but the meeting did not go well.
"Tina met my fiancée, Jackie Karanja and they talked. What I remember her telling Jackie is that we won't last. Jackie laughed about it," he said.
"I don't know if she is happy for me simply because of the sentiments she made. [When he meet my wife-to-be]. She even said 'JB is loved by many so this may not go far'." He added.
Tina and JB got married in 2013 and were blessed with two children. However, according to Tina their marriage collapsed because JB had a drinking problem and could disappear for days without any contact to his family.
She went on to say that the circumstances made her suicidal and violent.
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