Have you noticed the increase in dancing from Kenyan girls on social media? I want to let you know that this is down to the thirst for male attention that quarantine has denied them from receiving.
You see, the type of girl that would share video of her scantily clad self actually dancing along to songs in a sensual manner is the type of girl who would be starved of male attention with self-quarantine Kenya and the world at large has been subjected to as a measure against Covid-19.
As a result, every new song is met with new and often ludicrous dancing challenges that often take up to half an hour to get right -never mind the actual video is a thirty-second clip. And you can understand why Kenyan girls are an absurd bunch.
Anyway, the people who are benefiting the most from the new Nairobi craze are Kenyan musicians whose songs are really garnering attention through the free marketing being done by Kenyan girls. One such example is Otile brown who was smart enough to turn a single off his recently released album featuring Rwandese artist Meddy into a dance challenge.
As a result, the song has grown to become something of a viral hit with garnering over one million views in just two weeks:
Additionally, Kenyan girls are gaining social media notoriety and fame from their dance videos with some choosing to establish a video vixen brand for themselves. These are the same girls you will soon see on Club Covid twerking for Xtian Dela or on Tory Lanez’Quarantine radio.
At the end of the day, you can’t even be upset because these Kenyan girls are simply evolving in a digital sense. It will, however, be interesting to see whether they will go back to seeking live and in the flesh attention once quarantine is lifted and people can socially interact once more.
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July 31, 2020
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