Churchill Show is not only a hotbed of comedy, but also of romance and love as popular comedians mix business with pleasure, resulting in several couples and babies, and a few relationship scandals as well.
Both staff and comedians have found love within Churchill Show team with some ending in marriage while others hit the rocks shortly afterwards as is the case of Professor Hamo who has two children with fellow comedian Jemutai and are currently embroiled in accusations and counter-accusations that Hamo is a deadbeat dad.
Below are the celebrity comedian couples and individuals who found love at Churchill Show.
Professor Hamo and Jemutai
Love blossomed between the duo from 2015 and as the relationship flourished, they were blessed with two children.
The first was born in 2016 while the second came three years later in 2019.
However, Friday marked what could be the end of the relationship that was kept away from the public eye after Jemutai accused Professor Hamo of being a deadbeat dad.
Hamo responded today, May 02 setting the record straight hinting at the fact that Jemutai could be a liar after-all as he takes care of all his children.
“I have children who live with me and others who don’t live with me. I have been providing for my children from day one and there’s no day they went without food or shelter or anything they need.
“My wife is the one who sends upkeep for the children who don’t live with us. This has been the agreement between my family and the mother of the children,” explained Hamo.
Eddie Butita and Mammito
After months of speculation, Eddie Butita confirmed in August 2020 that he is dating fellow comedian Eunice Wanjiru Njoki alias Mammito Eunice.
Appearing on a show hosted by Carolina Carlz, Butita disclosed that indeed he is in a romantic relationship with Mammito but could not divulge more details unless they are being interviewed together.
Victor Ber and Teacher Wanjiku
Victor Ber, the show’s creative director mixed business with pleasure, leading to one of the ugliest scandals in the show that was brought to light by fellow comedian Zeddy.
The relationship between Ber and Teacher Wanjiku was dogged by secrecy and allegations of favouritism with comedian Zeddy accusing Ber of frustrating other female comedians to the point of giving up on their dreams just to give his wife an unfair advantage.
“…hope churchill opens his eyes,Berry never wanted any girl Comedians to succed ndio bibi yake ashine, a reason why we have few female comedians ni juu ya ber,alihakikisha most wamedie ndio bibi yake ashine as “queen of comedy” when Wanjiku put up her show at kicc ya girls are also funny most of the girls walikuwa threatened wakapiga in fear wasinyimwe churchill show”. Zeddy slammed.
Terrence Creative and Milly Chebby
Terrance met his present wife at Churchill Show where he was serving as a creative director and Milly Chebby joined the production team.
In a past interview on Ebru TV, she described their first encounter as “love at first sight” after she spotted him and love blossomed.