Musician Otile Brown seems to have found new love after his messy break with socialite Vera Sidika.
The RnB singer has lately been seen getting cozy with Tanzanian model and video vixen Nana Kim.
Otile and Vera ended their love affair in an ugly public spat that saw them air their dirty laundry to fans.
The "Baby love" hit maker posted pictures of himself and Nana Kim, proving how fast he has moved from his previous nightmarish relationship.
"Bad Man .. just an appearance on a Sunday and full to the edge , Asanteni cc @spacelounge_kenya ..Shout Out to my G @officialkimnana she's in town and came through to support," wrote Otile Brown.
Although he refers to her as his G, a slang used by youths to refer to a ride or die friend, his fans could not stop whispering on how the two looked very comfortable with each other.
But a fan's comment vexed Otile, causing him to give a nasty response.
"Hivi ndio unaanzaga my G my bff my homie kidogo tunaskia kijulubeng," wrote Juliet_s1.
Otile responded: "Kijulubeng ni wewe usidanganywe mimi napiga m***** kama ajira, bora nipende Mzigo,"
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Bad Man .. just an appearance on a Sunday and full to the edge , Asanteni cc @spacelounge_kenya ..Shout Out to my G @officialkimnana she's in town and came through to support ☺️ #BadMan #wegotnothingbutlove
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