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Nick Odhiambo reacts to a resurfaced WhatsApp photo where his wife was allegedly caught cheating days before their wedding

by Paul Nyongesa
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Hot 96 presenter Nick Odhiambo recently found himself at the center of social media buzz after a screenshot of a past text conversation resurfaced.

The screenshot, purportedly depicting Odhiambo catching his partner cheating, circulated widely on various platforms.

In response to the uproar, Odhiambo clarified that the screenshot was from an old group conversation and was intended as a joke.

He emphasized that the image was from a decade ago and was a cropped screenshot, debunking any recent implications drawn from it.

Despite his efforts to clarify, the viral photo led to an influx of calls to his phone, prompting Odhiambo to address the situation publicly.

Odhiambo expressed amusement at the situation, playfully questioning the notion that a man couldn’t remain happily married for more than 24 hours.

“Mumesema mwanaume hawezi kaa happily married for more than 24hrs? Who hurt you.. That trending pic is from 10 years ago. And a cropped screenshot. I was wondering why people are calling my No. and hanging up all day today,” he said on Monday.

 

This isn’t the first time Odhiambo has found himself amidst social media speculation. A few years ago, a similar hoax circulated, falsely portraying him catching his partner cheating.

However, subsequent texts in the conversation clarified that it was all part of a jest, with Odhiambo initially reacting with shock before revealing that he didn’t recognize the woman in the picture.

Further discrediting the rumor was the fact that the woman depicted bore no resemblance to Odhiambo’s wife.

Despite the clarification, the resurfacing of the old hoax prompted ridicule and memes on Twitter.

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