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I Don’t Miss Andrew Kibe- Kiss FM’s Kamene Goro

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Kiss 100 FM presenter Kamene Goro explained her decision to end her friendship with her former colleague Andrew Kibe.

Speaking to Dr Ofweneke in an interview aired on January 17, 2022, Kamene recounted how she tried to keep the friendship between the two afloat but it was put in danger after he left the station in 2020.

She added that Kibe became toxic and the lewd things he said about her in his podcast only served to weaken their friendship ties further.

Kamene maintained that their friendship would not be the same again following the comments he made as he is currently out of the country.

Former Kiss FM presenter Andrew Kibe and her co-host Kamene Goro. /CAPITAL GROUP

“I don’t miss Kibe. Recently, I tried to maintain our friendship after we stopped working together but he just became really toxic of late.

“He has been out of the country and I have no idea what is going on. When he started attacking me and dragging my name into his mess. I was like, yoh! I am just here minding my business,” she narrated.

Asked on the last time she spoke to him, Kamene replied by revealing that he called him in June 2021 to wish him a Happy Birthday.

The sassy radio presenter resorted to blocking Kibe on her social media platforms following the online attacks to salvage herself and added that her current co-host Jalang’o has shaped her as a person and during her career.

The partnership between the two began at NRG Radio where they pulled crowds of listeners to them owing to their controversial takes. Kibe’s advice, hard-hitting on women, was among the main features of their weekly shows that had previously gone viral online, turning him into an instant celebrity.

The duo then were hired by Radio Africa Group to work as morning show presenters at Kiss FM, having been without a radio job for over three months amidst legal battles between them and the station over their contracts.

However, their partnership was cut in July 2020, and the ripple effects were felt on Kibe’s end as he lost his car, his house and his friends who had stopped reaching out to him.

“2020 ilikuwa imeniokota bruh (2020 hit me hard), I lost my moti (car), I lost the house I was living in, I was homeless for a moment.

“When I left Kiss FM my friends thought I had been fired and did not want to help. All the calls and texts I was getting stopped coming,” he recounted in a video he shared on Instagram.

Kibe then launched his own radio station, Rogue Radio, an uncensored media venture he began following his controversial exit from the Radio Africa station. He is now living in the United States.

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