Switch TV presenter Joyce Maina has taken to social media to congratulate fans who were able to identify her lover. Taking to her Instagram stories, the beauty was excited to be cleared from the drama surrounding the gospel DJ. Netizens took to blogger Edgar Obare's stories saying the pretty lady is allegedly dating media personality Tony Kalwanda. Through her Insta stories, the TV host acknowledged that it has been a tough week for her and was happy the truth is finally out. Nyota Ndogo features Dutch hubby in new song Woman. A few days ago, Joyce refuted rumours she was having an affair with renowned DJ Mo.
10 Reasons You Should NEVER Date A DJ - Magnetic Magazine
The episode first aired on Netflix , along with the rest of series four, on 29 December It follows Amy Georgina Campbell and Frank Joe Cole , who are matched into relationships for fixed lengths of time by an algorithm that eventually determines their life-long partner. At the end of the episode, it is revealed that Amy and Frank's story is one of simulations run by a dating application in order to determine their real-life versions' compatibility. The episode was inspired by the streaming service Spotify , as Brooker considered a system which gives people "playlists" of relationships. The production designer Joel Collins's visit to an expensive holiday area became the basis for the setting, while the simulation ending and app display had to be simplified and reworked to avoid audience confusion. Critics drew parallels between the episode and online dating through apps such as Tinder , and made comparisons to the series three episode " San Junipero ", among other works. The episode received positive reception according to Rotten Tomatoes and was nominated for three British Academy Television Awards BAFTAs , but critics wrote mixed comments about the storyline and the final twist, though were mostly favourable towards the characters of Frank and Amy.
Look we all love passionate confident men, but are all passions equal? Dating a DJ comes with benefits and sacrifices. The biggest issue is finding the perfect resonance between you, his fans and his mixes.
DJs are a lot like other musicians in many respects: they travel around a lot for work, they stay up late, they party a lot, they tend to have large egos and they make terrible mates. I'm going to focus primarily on the male DJ here as the majority of working DJs tend to be men and women are usually just better behaved overall as a sex. So ladies, many of you think it would be great to date a DJ, they are the demigods of nightlife, worshiped by many and paid handsomely for their craft.