• The tiff has seen Alai engage in personal attacks on the couple using several homophobic slurs.
Vitu zimeramba kule Facebook. An all-out beef started after Kileleshwa MCA Robert Alai used his page to highlight a complaint by one of his followers about a certain land company.
In the message posted on Alai's social media, the complainant mentioned Mugiithi singer Samidoh and DJ Fatxo as ambassadors for the said company.
Alai's post received a negative response from the singer who went HAM on the politician for putting up the post.
He wrote, "We kipii yako nikutafuta relevance na vitu hujui!"
Funny thing, Samidoh's response would prove to be the safest one as things took a nasty turn with Alai's reply.
Alai (who loves a good online scrap) decided to attack Samidoh by disparaging him for his relationship with Karen Nyamu in a rant that was full of unprintable words.
Most of you know that when Karen is mentioned adversely online, she will most likely take the bait, which she did.
She called out Alai for his homophobic slur toward the father of two of her children and asked him why he was so concerned about the nature of her relationship with the singer.
Alai still wasn't backing down and went on to make some outrageous comments about the type of children that the pair would raise.
And that was not all, in later posts a clearly-uncompromising Alai started talking about Samidoh's relationship with his first wife, Edday.
The speculative posts touched on the reason that Edday left to go to the United States and what was going on in the marriage.
The controversial MCA also took more below-the-belt shots at Samidoh and Karen about the nature of their relationship, things I cannot repeat here.
And how did Kenyans respond? Most called out Alai for the personal nature of his attacks with many saying they were disappointed with his behaviour, especially considering the office he holds.
Whatever, the case, I don't think this will be the last we see of these 3 beefing.