Celebrity DJ George Njuguna, popularly known as Crème de la Crème, left fans on social media confused last night after posting a post showing his marriage is on the rocks.
In his Instagram account, De La Crème stated, “Marriage is a fraud. Do not let anyone deceive you! An hour later, on his thread, he posted a black and white photo while smoking and typed “Imma Be Aight”.
Deejay Crème de la Crème, who declined to comment on the matter, said she was currently alone after her fiancée Denise took their two children and left.
“I don’t want to talk about it but what I can tell you is that I’m currently alone. My wife took the children so I live one day at a time. You know that as a man you just have to face life,” Crème said.
He added, “I am here (Kericho) where I am building a club and a restaurant … But I am simple, it has no pressure. All good things have an end.
Earlier this year, DJ Crème took to Instagram to announce that he had finally proposed to his then-girlfriend after being together for 14 years.
Posting a picture of Denise’s hand and ring, deejay admitted she had deeply hurt her fiancé, adding that she wanted to love him forever.
“It took me 14 years. 14 years long to ask my best friend, my confidant, the mother of my children, my eternal man to marry me? I know I have stressed you many times @deekingsky, but my heart and everything I have is yours. “said Crème de la Crème. Adding that he wanted to love her forever.
However, a book on Crème’s Instagram feed shows that she deleted photos of Denise, as well as that of the engagement.
In 2020, Dj Crème moved to Kericho with Denise and their children because of the impact of Covid-19 on his career and the entertainment industry. The DJ vowed never to return to Nairobi despite being in the city for 17 years, saying life in the country was better, cheaper and more peaceful.
According to Crème, Denise has struggled to move to Kericho, living in the city all her life.
” It was important if we wanted to manage life in difficult times but my wife didn’t believe we were moving, . We had to end our pride, although everyone was wondering how I, perhaps the best Kenyan DJ, would return to what you would call rural life. I knew this was the only way. and I told my wife that we would start over, ”said Dj Crème.