'My Two Wives' is based on a prominent politician - Director

My Two Wives poster [Photo: Courtesy]

After a discussion and debate on Kilimani Mums that top KTN local drama My Two Wives, which runs on Monday night, is based on a leading politician, the director Phil Bresson has come out to clarify the claims.

The show, which depicts a man caught in a polygamous marriage to a slay queen and a village girl, was heavily discussed, with participants of the notorious group naming names of leading politicians as the inspiration behind the show.

“It could be true,” said the director at Insignia Productions, when Pulse reached out.

“But then again, almost all of us alive are products of polygamous marriages. It’s just a reflection of the society. But it’s true, it’s based on a prominent Kenyan.”

Elsewhere…

Leading Kenyan female deejay Pierra Makena is heading for Dubai where she will be sharing the stage with Jamaican artiste Duane Stephenson in a mega concert tonight.

 The deejay-cum-singer will be among top African acts paraded for the concert dubbed Kings and Queens. It will be held at the XL Beach Club.

Duane Stephenson, a Kingston-born singer who works primarily in the roots reggae genre, has released three albums on VP Records.

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