Ian Nene has publicly declared his denies of his Indian gay boyfriend, whom he had introduced as his spouse and whom they had posed with in countless beautiful pictures.
Due to his sexual orientation, Nene, better known as Almasi on Citizen TV’s Machachari program, has been receiving media attention.
The actor’s outspoken fashion choices, which many Kenyans find perplexing given their devout upbringing, originally sparked homosexual rumors roughly four years ago.
When Nene was spotted with an Indian man in a romantic pose last year, it led to suspicions that the two were seeing each other.
In my opinion, as long as you are acting independently and causing no harm to others, you should be OK. Everything is fine as long as you are expressing yourself in an appropriate and dignified way. I’m not simply here for my own sexual pleasure. This is due to what I have discovered, which is that it is also transient and that no matter how hard you try, that type of passion will not make you happy. Last year, Ian Nene wrote about his sexuality.
Recently, the former Citizen TV star claimed that the Indian man was his husband, but he swiftly withdrew that claim.
He explained that the Indian was not his husband but rather his cultural teacher and that he was not a member of the LGBT community.
Alitaka Mimi Ndio Nimfanye: Almasi Machachari Denies His Indian Gay Boyfriend
“Kuna wanaumwe wa tamaa sana….Mimi nimezoea kufanywa lakini uyu boyfriend wangu wa India alitaka nimfanye yeye, nlipokataa akanigukuza usiku wamanane nkaondoka”, Almasi wrote.
“Good day, family. I want to apologize in front of everyone for the prior two posts. One of the individuals in charge of my page’s operations uploaded untrue stories.
I am not a member of the LGBT community, and my spouse was not the man in the photo that went viral.
3. There are just friends in the image of the Indians.
I made the decision to ban the writer of the two postings for defaming my photographs. Anyhow, everything is OK right now. If I decide not to travel to Kenya, I will let everyone know, “Ian Nene stated.”