Sassy Kenyan songbird, Jovial had us witness a mysterious split between her and her boss, Otile Brown but none of them will let out their secret.
The sultry Mombasa artist revealed that the reason behind their split, remains a signed covenant between them, that none can let out.
However, none of this means that the two shared something intimate that led to their break away.
During an exclusive interview with Mpasho, Jovial stated:
We had agreed that our split is very confidential, but it´s not something big. People think it´s very difficult for a female artiste to work with a male unless there is a love relationship, but between Otile and I, there wasn´t anything like that.
Their friendship dates from way back and are therefore in good terms despite the ugly incident.
However, she remains grateful that Otile was there to walk her through the start of her music career.
We knew each other from way back. I wouldn´t want to talk about confidential things because they are in the contract. But we parted ways on good terms. I had a contract for 3 years with Otile Brown but things happened and I´m not working with him anymore. I thank him for holding my hand and I want people to know we are in good terms.
Away from that, many have been asking about the car Otile gifted Jovial with, as a sign of appreciating good talent.
Apparently, Jovial gave it back.
I returned his car back. I never used it because I don´t know how to drive.
The lass who is currently signed under the controversial David Guoro´s Hailemind label, had this to say regarding his bitter split with Nadia Mukami.
I will not judge him about what happened between him and his previous artiste. I appreciate him because he understands me as a person.
When it comes to her latest release song ‘Gubu’, she clarifies it is not about her life, rather trying to shed light on what happens in day-to-day life.
I put this into love life, a person who has eyes for everyone yet I´m here giving him all the love. However, that´s not about my personal life. My music is about daily life, it´s very easy for people to relate with it. I have more collabos coming through from across East Africa.