Otile Brown recently put a fan into place over his lady Nabayet aka Nabii. The fan got on Otile’s wrong side after posting “Can she wash clothes really?”
Otile then made it clear that Nabii was his woman and not a househelp. “That’s my woman, not a househelp,” he retorted.
‘Mr Romantic’ as he likes to call himself in a separate post hinted that he will settle down with the Ethiopian babe soon.
“Yani wewe na uhuni na ujanja wako wote lazima utakutana na kiboko yako atakaye kutuliza.. Wifi yenu @nabbi__ wewe kiboko.. tell e’m am done done , Nimewala sana, sai nimetulia staki mbwembwe. #BadMan #wegotnothingbutlove,” Otile wrote officially announcing to the world that he is off the market.
Things are so serious that Otile revealed that he is looking to buy a house for his new found love. “Mtu na pacha wake…babe @nabbi_ am buying us our first house next month Inshallah.”
Otile defends Vera
This incident with his fan is not the only time that Otile has proven that he is willing to play ombudsman for his beloved.
When he dated Vera, Otile really went hard for her and fought off anyone who chose to make fun of her. When comedian Karis poked fun at Vera and Otile on Chipukeezy’s Ebru TV show, Otile expressed his dismay with the skit.
He took it as a diss and accused the comedian of clout-chasing by writing “Clout chasing is not bad, mock me and my music but don’t diss my woman for likes, that’s disrespectful,” an incensed Otile posted.
He went on to diss the comedian by saying that skit wasn’t even funny and that Chipukeezy shouldn’t expect them to be cool after such a clip.
“This sh*t ain’t even funny. Don’t expect us to be cool after you do sh* like this,” Otile angrily added.
Vera also came out to accuse Chipukeezy of begging for interviews whilst still making fun of her.
“Ni**** dissing you in the name of comedy, then will still be on phone begging you for an interview. Some jokes r ok. I even repost them on my TL btw. But when u cross that line. Nah…Bye Felicia,” she posted.
Months after this tiff, Chipukeezy came to explain himself saying that when he talks about Otile on his show, it never personal, it’s just business. “I hope this is the last time we will be talking about you on air bro. It’s not personal, ni hali ya maisha, ni kipindi tu.”