• For those who do not know, Sauti Sol's lead singer, Bien Aime has a tattoo on his wedding ring which he says serves the same purpose as a wedding ring.

• He says he has a very poor relationship with items and that's probably why and how he ended up losing his wedding ring. 

Bien with Chiki Kuruka
Bien with Chiki Kuruka
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For those who do not know, Sauti Sol's lead singer, Bien Aime has a tattoo on his wedding ring which he says serves the same purpose as a wedding ring.

Speaking in an interview with SpmBuzz, the 'Mbwe Mbwe' hitmaker says he lost his actual wedding ring and opted for a ring tattoo as a permanent replacement.

Bien is married to his long-term lover, Chiki Kuruka. He says he has a very poor relationship with items and that's probably why and how he ended up losing his wedding ring. 

"I lost my actual ring!" Bien said. "I had it but it got lost and I chose to have a tattoo instead because it won't go anywhere and also I feel I have a bad relationship with items."

He added, "I feel like you can't attach value to an item. People get angry when they see their lovers not without their wedding rings, why? They are not a dog that you put a leash on them."

Just the other day, Bien revealed that he was open to getting a vasectomy. The revelation came as a shock to many given that he is yet to become a father.

Speaking in an interview with Rugby player Dennis Ombachi and Doctor Reign, Bien revealed that he will take up the 'responsibility for contraceptives'.

In the Bald Box Sessions, Bien said that he thinks family planning is an unnecessary burden placed on women and encouraged men to help out.

Bien remarked, "I'm willing to look into a vasectomy. I'm tired of putting this burden on our chicks. First of all, I know different contraceptives have different side effects."

Bien asked Dr. Reign to weigh in, "You don't have any say over a woman's body, if she has done her research and says this is making me feel like this then that's it."

Bien asked the doctor what he can take as a man to ease the process and burden of contraceptives.

"Is there a pill I can take? Can you take us through the process of a vasectomy?"

The doctor gave his opinion but advised that a specialist be consulted.

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