• Singer Wahu and her husband David Mathenge are expecting baby number three.
• The Kenyan music icons have two daughters, Tumiso who is 15 years and Nyakio who will be turning 7 in August this year.
Celebrity couple, Wahu and her hubby David Mathenge alias Nameless are the current talk of the town after they announced they were expecting baby number three.
Wahu broke the exciting news to her adoring followers in a cute dance with her family.
In the video posted on her socials, the 'sweet love' singer shared a video with her family all jamming to their new song 'Deep' and noted that they are expecting a new member in their family.
"DEEP by The M'Z - link in bio! Overjoyed, humbled, grateful🙏🏾M-let loading."
Check out the video below,
The news came as a sweet surprise to the couple's fans and even their celebrity friends who flocked their comment section to congratulated the soon to be parents of three kids.
In fact, King Kaka's wife, Nana Owiti said that she had suspected the couple were expecting another child.
Nana Owiti: I guessed right!! Congratulations darling. A healthy baby loading 🎊
J Matubia: Aaawww congratulations ❤️❤️
Nicah the queen: Congratulations 👏 👏 ariririririri....Deep tumezama
Milly Chebby: Oh wow! Congratulations mama 💐
Janet Mbugua: Giiirrrlll! Congratulations to you, @namelesskenya and your beautiful girls! Love this reveal
Tallia Oyando: Awwwwwwww 😍😍😍😍😍
Anita Nderu: Congratulations Honey❤️❤️
King Kaka: Congratulations
Bien Aime Sol: ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Fancy Fingers: Alililili!!!!!!
Khaligraph Jones: Congratulations bro
Kate Actress: Congratulations 😍😍😍
The Kenyan music icons have two daughters, Tumiso who is 15 years and Nyakio who will be turning 7 in August this year.
Back in 2020, Wahu responded to fans who had always speculated she was pregnant only to find out that was not the case.
She and Nameless had often been asked when they will be getting baby number three. Wahu then told Word Is that she didn't want another baby.
"There is nothing and I don't think I want a baby anymore," she said at the time.
The mother of two said there was a time she wanted a third child, but not anymore.
"I am okay. My last born Nyakio is almost turning seven years, and I am enjoying the fact she is doing most of the things by herself. She baths herself, she feeds herself and all that," she said.
"When I visit my friends with small babies and see how they struggle with them, I am like, I do not want to do this again. They are cute and babies are gorgeous, but I do not want to go through all that again."