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Singer Chemutai Sage speaks on parenting and showbiz

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Singer and songwriter Chemutai Sage has opened up about her struggle in parenting and her career.

The ‘what I am’ hit maker said the ride has not been easy but it is a journey she is proud of.

Speaking on Ghetto radio’s Brekko,Sage opened up about her battle with post postpartum depression which forced her to take a break from the entertainment scene for fear of being judged.

“After I had my baby, I suffered from post postpartum depression which turned into depression. I didn’t want to leave the house, I locked everyone out and ended up suffering social anxiety.” She says

She narrates how she got help from her family and especially her mother and a lady she refers ton as Samoina who runs a self help group on post postpartum depression.

The singer says despite all the challenges she is happy about her journey she has no regrets because she believes in rough patches in one’s life journey.

On a lighter note she  says if Octopizzo, Khaligraph, King Kaka and Juliani had a concert on the same day she would definately attend Octo’s concert.

Sage recently dropped a song to celebrate her mother on her birthday as well as mother’s day.

The song dubbed “What I am” was written 12 years as a thank you to her mother and everyone who has stood by her.

Sage dedicated the song to all the strong pillars in her life.

“Everyone who stood by me, prayed for me, loved me. It is a thank you. It is an “I love you”. It is an “I will never forget you”. Those who spoke so highly of me even when I was at my lowest.” She said

 

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