Sam West- Don't kill yourself because of a relationship

Sheila was buried in August 2022.

• Sheila Njeri died in July 2022.

• She allegedly succeed in taking away her life by hanging herself weeks after the video of her swallowing the concoction was taken.

This was after a video of DJ Brownskin's wife swallowing poison emerged.
Sam West has advised couple's not to force issues are not working. This was after a video of DJ Brownskin's wife swallowing poison emerged.

 Motivational speaker Sam West has advised couples to stop forcing issues when things are not working.

He was reacting to a video of the late Sheila Njeri alias Shadodo allegedly gulping poison.

Njeri passed away in July 2022, after allegedly hanging herself.

Sam now says people should normalize walking away.

" If its not working don't force it.

You don't have to kill yourself because of a failed relationship.

Walking away and letting things settle is smart 100%."

According to lawyer Cliff Ombeta, there is no evidence of DJ Brownskin aiding the loss of life from the video.

He said that according to the law, that was a moral issue as long as he did not provide the poison to her.

"It is a moral issue. Hakuna offense kwa penal code. As long as he did not provide/avail the poison to her You are a brother's keeper" on moral issues," he said.

"My point exactly. Did he induce? No proof. Did he aid? No proof. Did he Abet? No proof. MORAL ISSUE: Did he watch? Yes. Not criminal. Did he record? Not criminal. Totally. Nothing more," lawyer Cliff Ombeta commented.

In the video which has since gone viral, a man behind the camera is heard asking the late Sharon Njeri to go ahead and mix the concoction.

She willingly does so and gulps the content as the man continues recording. Within no time the woman is seen writhing in pain before everything goes blank.

The man is alleged to be DJ Brownskin who had two kids with the late Sharon.

Even though she took her own life in July 2022, it is not clear the motive behind the video being released now.

Counselors, medics, and psychologists advise that you can always reach out for help when experiencing any mental health issues. Call Kenya Red Cross toll-free hotline, 1199 for support.

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