Yvonne Anyango Endo Otieno. The babe that got Savara saying 'she is my rock'.
The two have been talking for quite some time and only decided to go public with it after Kiss 100 spotted them getting a bit too cozy a couple of times.
If you follow either on social media, they are a really cute couple that many of us admire.
During the recent episode of Sol Family on Sol Generation TV, the couple gave us a brief on how they met.
" My dad is Kenyan from Kisumu to be precise and my mother is from Tokyo, Japan. I met Savara at the African Nouveau Festival which I had gone with my sister." Yvonne said
For Savara, it was love at first sight.
"Mimi niko hapa kule tu maraundi and then I saw two beautiful girls. I used to know her sister but I looked beside her and I was like toto si toto. I usually seem so confident when it comes to women but that is not the case.
This time I was a little tipsy so emotions have kicked in and the music in the background was good then there is this peng babe. I was just like ooh my God. I went to her and asked for her name and imagine I don’t remember the rest of the conversation because I was so drunk."
Savara likes to joke a lot and because of the alcohol and his confidence, he went ahead to shoot his shot and made sure he will leave her smiling.
"He introduced himself and mentioned that he was a stripper and I remember thinking that was funny. Then eventually when the night ended he asked for my number." Yvonne said
Wait for it, Savara alichoma.
"Two days later I asked Sean for her number then Sean messed up and asked her if he could give me and kumbe that night we met, she gave me her number. But because of all that was going on that night, I did not save it. But here we are now, deep in a relationship. She has me under lock and key.
Many people write to me mntaachana tu but God’s plans are massive."
On the reality show, we see Savara trying to bake muffins for breakfast as Yvonne does her morning work out routine.
She comes back with questions on how this baking is being done. In fact, she was in full doubt that they will turn out to be okay.
"In a relationship, there is always that bossy person. They give you instructions on how to do things then they come and supervise you and I am thinking couldn’t you have don’t it then?" Savara said
In as much as Yvonne was in doubt, she was surprised that they actually turned out perfectly and she took the credit for it all.
She found this very romantic and Savara advised men that it doesn't always have to be about chopping money. Put in extra effort.
"It is important to make people feel special in a relationship so it is good to cultivate and put in the effort. It doesn’t always have to be about chopping money."