Muigai Wa Njoroge, a gospel singer, brought Ndeiya to a halt with a swanky event in which he led his team in paying dowry for his second wife, Queen Stacey.
The singer arrived in a convoy of luxury cars with prominent politicians and celebrities.
Kiambu Guests at the swanky event included Senator Karungo Wa Thangwa, media personality Njogu Wa Njoroge, comedian Desagu, and activist and artiste Mike Makarena.
Fashion reigned supreme, with the team dressed to the nines in perfectly tailored white shirts and black trousers.
At 3:00 p.m., the man of the moment arrived in a sleek grey Lexus car, causing quite a stir.
Njoroge was dressed entirely in white.
The groom completed his look with a long sleeveless coat with a gold and snow accent. He led his team in an elegant dance.
Njeri wa Muigai, the singer's first wife, was conspicuously absent, prompting speculation that she was unimpressed by the polygamous union's unfolding events.
After co-parenting with Queen Stacey, the gospel singer sparked outrage when he announced that he had made the bold decision to take her in as one of his wives because he could no longer allow his children's mother to wander.
Njoroge set the tone for the event earlier this week with an update that read:
"Coming Saturday, by the grace of God, we will all gather at Ndeiya Kiambu County, dowry of my great friends Mwangi Wa Njoroge and Stacey......"
The comments section revealed a clear divide, with some congratulating Njoroge and others openly criticizing him, claiming that despite his role as a gospel artist, he was breaking biblical principles by having two wives.