The Star (Nairobi)

11 February 2013

Kenya: Former Dancer Toxic Dishes On Family, Music and Life Abroad

Former dancer turned musician Toxic may never comeback to the music industry. The mother of one who now lives in the UK told Word Is that her main focus was now on her family and more especially her six-month-old son, Aiden.

"I have put my music on hold. Hiring a nanny here is very expensive. I can take care of my son till he is old enough to go to school. My son is my everything and this sacrifice is worth it,"Toxic told Word Is on a phone interview.

Toxic also talked about her line of work which involves importing clothes, shoes and bags to Kenya.

"I have established clients who own stalls in Nairobi. I also sell my stuff to a few individuals. I am very happy with my life right now. I am where I'm supposed to be. My husband even resigned from the army and went back to law school. We have very big plans,"said Toxic.

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