ADVERTISEMENT

Patrick Salvado says he has considered divorcing wife Daphnie several times

Comedian Patrick Salvado Idringi said most pictures portraying happy times with his wife, Daphnie Frankstork, shared on social media come after a fight.

Patrick Salvado Idringi and his wife, Daphnie Frankstork

"Do you know also me how many times I've wanted to separate from Daphnie? I'm being honest... You find yourself really tired of a person," said Idringi, better known as Salvado while appearing on Kasuku Live. "We have reasons why we stay. You remember your vows, for better or worse!"

ADVERTISEMENT

Salvado's comments were inspired by media personality Andrew Kyamagero who appeared on the same channel and revealed that on many occasions he has also considered divorce, prompting backlash from a section of the public who claimed he was disrespecting his wife by sharing their private life with the public.

Kasuku noted that despite comments from netizens, he had hosted a 27-year-old who told him that he learnt a lot from the Kyamagero interview.

Salvado drove his point home: "If you see me post something on social media, just know we've just come from a phase with my wife that almost split us... Then you reflect and wonder why you were quarreling."

ADVERTISEMENT

According to the comedian, sharing the truth as a public figure helps people learn.

During the show, Salvado also noted that his one show can fetch him enough money to combine several shows of MC Mariachi

"Mariachi will do four, five, or 10 shows a month. I will just do one and I'll make more money than him. That's the honest truth," boasted Patrick Salvado. "It's not about quantity, it's about quality."

He said it no longer makes business sense for him to perform at Kampala shows because of underpayment.

ADVERTISEMENT

He said he doesn't blame comedians like Mariachi whose content is so controversial because that's what the audience has embraced.

"That's what people are looking for now," he said while commenting on the recent incident at Comedy Store where Mariachi roasted TikTok sensation Teng Teng. "I deliberately pulled back. If you see me on a Ugandan gig, just know I'm supporting a brother."

He said most of his money comes from endorsements and private gigs. He said he'll never do bar comedy again

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

ADVERTISEMENT

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulse.ug

Recommended articles

Hellen Lukoma says she'll hold a concert after she's done having kids

Hellen Lukoma says she'll hold a concert after she's done having kids

Sean 'Diddy' Combs is now facing a fifth lawsuit accusing him of sexual assault. Here's a timeline of the allegations.

Sean 'Diddy' Combs is now facing a fifth lawsuit accusing him of sexual assault. Here's a timeline of the allegations.

Miss Tourism Uganda announces changes in regional leadership

Miss Tourism Uganda announces changes in regional leadership

Fefe Busi's Jahazi Pier concert: a long-awaited success

Fefe Busi's Jahazi Pier concert: a long-awaited success

'Bajjo saved me from city businessman's humiliation' - Douglas Lwanga

'Bajjo saved me from city businessman's humiliation' - Douglas Lwanga

Next Media's commitment to transformative content

Next Media's commitment to transformative content

These are the Nigerian albums released so far in 2024

These are the Nigerian albums released so far in 2024

Anitah Fabiola rushes to save face after fiancé's controversial post

Anitah Fabiola rushes to save face after fiancé's controversial post

Rickman fires Sheilah Gashumba as his publicist

Rickman fires Sheilah Gashumba as his publicist

ADVERTISEMENT