• Nadia said she looked happy on social media yet she was breaking down inside.
• Nadia said that some of the friends she talked about the challenges judged her wrongly and assumed she was acting too emotional
Singer Nadia Mukami has revealed that she struggled with her motherhood journey at some point.
Nadia welcomed a son Haseeb Kai with fellow musician Arrow Bwoy early this year.
Taking to her Instagram stories, Nadia said she looked happy on social media yet she was breaking down inside.
"I really struggled with the whole new mummy thing! Bruh! I am a very strong woman but I really did get overwhelmed," she wrote.
The mother of one said that some of the friends she talked about the challenges judged her wrongly and assumed she was acting too emotional
“I tried to try to tell anyone how hard that shift was, and the story was; why are you acting weak, you are not the first one, you are being emotional," she said.
"…work overwhelmed me the most! I felt like no one understood me at all. I just ask God for strength and guidance!!!"
Earlier on, Nadia Mukami revealed that juggling her music career and a loss was the toughest thing in her life.
Nadia said that lossing a pregnancy in April last year took a toll on her.
Nadia opened up on how a certain promoter took her through hell when she had immediately lost her baby.
She performed five days after she had gone through the miscarriage since the promoter said she was paid and had to honor that.
"Pregnancy made me feel like men are irritating. Pregnancy is not easy. It's bitter-sweet. Through what we have been through situations. My body was weird and so emotional," she narrated.
"I had a miscarriage and I went through loss on April 12 last year. Juggling miscarriage and work were the worst. I went through counseling and it helped me so much."
"I used to feel like the promoter did not understand me. I got out of the hospital and we went to perform after 5 days. They treated us bad and booked bad hotels for us. Female artists go through a lot. I paid for another hotel for my team.