Gospel singer Rose Muhando now says her 2022 prayer is to marry a rich white man

Gospel singer Rose Muhando now says her 2022 prayer is to  marry a rich white man

  • The gospel singer declared her love interest in a video challenge of her new song "Ombi langu" on Instagram on Tuesday.

If her recent Instagram post is any indication, Tanzanian gospel singer Rose Muhando's New Year's resolution is to marry a wealthy white man.

The gospel singer declared her love interest in a video challenge of her new song "Ombi langu" on Instagram earlier in the week.

Muhando stated in her original caption, which is no longer available on her page, that her prayer is to marry a wealthy white man, a prayer that she said was similar to another woman's, and that the other woman's prayers were answered.

“Yesu nitendee, Yesu unitendee, Ombi langu mwaka huu nataka nipate mume mzungu na mwenye ela...@maneno ya dada mmoja hivi alisikika akiomba kwa sauti…,” wrote Muhando.

However, after the video went viral, Muhando changed the caption to remove the reference to the other woman who received similar blessings.

The edited caption now reads, “Yesu nitendee, Yesu unitendee, Ombi langu mwaka huu nataka nipate mume mzungu na mwenye ela…,” Wrote Muhando.

Muhando has since removed the entire caption, opting to concentrate solely on the video challenge for her new song.

“Unaweza nitumia na wewe challenge yako ya Ombi lako uku ukiandika na ombi lako unalotaka Mungu akufanyie mwaka huu 2022,” stated the Tanzanian singer.

In a previous interview, the mother of three stated that she could not live with a man because she would be incapable of dealing with him.

She goes on to say that her work comes first and that she would only consider marriage if she could find a very understanding husband.

“I have never gotten married since I do not think I can live with a man and handle him well,”

“I travel a lot and so my work cannot allow me to be with him always. Maybe I find one who is very understanding but I am very careful with my job and I protect it so much,” Stated Muhando during a Tanzania based interview.



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