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‘I Never Enjoyed Sex With My Hubby, It Was Like Rape’, Gospel Musician Says

by Robert Mwangi
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A gospel musician who has been criticised for allegedly taking off after her husband lost his job has broken her silence.

Aggie Mose has addressed all the questions raised by her fans, who accuse her of being materialistic.

The singer, who is also a Kikuyu-language TV presenter, detailed that she left the marriage over physical and emotional abuse.

Speaking in an interview on YouTube, Mose said that her ex-husband used to assault her and after almost 10 years, she decided to leave.

“He was the cause of the breakup. The man never respected me even in front of his friends and parents. For the years I have been in a marriage, I never enjoyed it,” she said.

The mother of one said everything started to fall apart on the day of their wedding and during the honeymoon.

“When the pastor said, ‘You may now kiss the bride’, he caused a scene by dramatising the moment. He made the kissing uncomfortable and I had to bite his tongue to stop him,” she said.

“During our honeymoon, I never enjoyed sex as a virgin. It was more rape than a steamy session between a husband and wife. I hated sex.”

Though she says her expectations were not met, she conceived.
The artiste claimed that she lost the pregnancy after a beating from her husband, who was the youth chairman in their church.

“He warned me against telling anyone what had happened and since I wanted to protect him, I obeyed his orders. Thereafter, I lost several other pregnancies,” she said.

Further, she rubbished claims that she dropped him after he became broke.

The singer said that she paid all the bills in the house for two years.

“When he lost his job, I became the sole provider. For two years, I was paying rent, doing shopping, buying him airtime, and buying the power tokens. He would spend the whole day watching TV.”

Asked why she stayed in the supposedly abusive marriage for all those years, the singer said she feared being judged by society.

“I kept praying for my husband and hoping that he would change. That’s why even when we were not on good terms, we always went to church in matching outfits,” she added.

Mose added that deciding to leave him was the most difficult decision in her life and it affected her well-being a few months later.

“Recently, I was admitted to hospital with depression. I was almost losing it. The reason why I decided to open up is that I want to heal,” she said.

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