Brown Mauzo Announces Breakup With Vera Sidika

The Coast-based singer, who has two adorable children with the socialite, added that the two would focus on healing and looking towards the future.

Brown Mauzo Announces Breakup With Vera Sidika
A past photo of Brown Mauzo and Vera Sidika. /NAIROBI NEWS

Kenyan musician, Brown Mauzo has announced that he has parted ways with his wife, Vera Sidika.

He shared a series of statements on his Instagram stories thanking his fans for supporting the couple throughout the relationship.

The Coast-based singer, who has two adorable children with the socialite, added that the two would focus on healing and looking towards the future.

"Dear friends and supporters, I wanted to take a moment to share some personal news. After much consideration, Vera Sidika and I have decided to part ways," he stated.

Collage image of Vera Sidika and Brown Mauzo. /VIRALTEAKE

"Our journey together has been filled with unforgettable moments, but we have reached a point where it's best for both of us and our babies, Asia Brown and Ice Brown, to move forward separately."

Mauzo expressed his gratitude to his fans and those of Sidika for their unwavering love and support throughout their relationship, adding that their encouragement has meant the world to them. 

"As we embark on this new chapter, we kindly ask for your understanding and respect for our privacy during this time," he added.

The Natamani hitmaker assured that he would always cherish the memories he and Sidika created together, adding that the couple was grateful for the lessons learned and the growth experienced over the course of the relationship.

"Our focus now is on healing and embracing the future with open hearts. Thank you for being a part of our journey," he concluded.

Viral Tea could not independently verify if their break up was real or merely a clout-chasing stunt teasing a possible track release.

Sidika was yet to issue a statement responding to the break up by the time of publishing this article.

In July, the parents of two took to their respective Insta stories and penned down similar messages seemingly aimed at each other, igniting breakup rumours after headlining celebrity relationships for years.

"Life is too short to mend broken hearts, buy a new one," Vera's stories read with Mauzo writing a similar message on his page.

In April, the mother of two removed the title 'wife' from her Instagram bio, unfollowed Mauzo and removed his photos from her page safe for one. In response, the husband also unfollowed her deleting photos of her and only following his two daughters.

Despite the on-air rumours, Sidika cleared the air by affirming that their relationship was intact and that they were legally married.

In May, the mother of two dropped more hints that she and the musician may have parted ways noting that she would never use her relationship to chase clout as it is outdated and overused.

“Break-up clouts are lame, overused and retired. I have never done a break-up clout in over 5 years. I always have unique ideas if I want to chase clout and y’all know it, not this.

"Please just stop forcing it. Not everything in life revolves around clout. I can never do a breakup clout, anything else but that. Whatever happens, happens in real life,” she stated.

The socialite known for clout chasing maintained that not all breakups are necessarily caused by infidelity stating that life happens, 'people break up and move on'.

Vera Sidika, Brown Mauzo and their second child, Ice Brown, at Nairobi Hospital presidential suite on May 30, 2023. /INSTAGRAM.QUEENVEEBOSSET