DJ Pierra Makena out to guard her dignity, attesting her success to God

Curvaceous DJ Pierra Makena has been on the spotlight facing allegations of using her body for fame but comes out strongly to refute the rumors.

The sassy top Kenyan female DJ has in the past shared her traumatizing experiences, to get to where she is but Kenyans feel she is lying.

However, up and close with Parents Magazine, the DJ clarifies:

It is sad that people do not believe that a woman can make it on her own.

Nobody can claim my success and fame apart from God.

I put in the work and he has been gracious enough to bless the works of my hands.

DJ Pierra articulates that it is all God´s doing that she has come this far as well as her unceasing effort.

The vibrant successful DJ however feels saddened by the fact that people actually try to put one down but when they don´t succeed, back bite you.

For me, anything that compromises my dignity is a big no.

As a woman when you refuse to compromise, the same people asking you to lower your standards will always go behind your back and try to tarnish your name.

They will, however not mention how they tried to hit on you and you refused their advances.

According to the popular DJ, her dignity tops her list of a successful life and therefore up in arms to let the ugly rumors about her success, settle.

Point to note is that rumors and misconceptions almost always tag along with fame and so is one´s security.


This the female DJ cites as she recalls a day when she had just concluded one of her performances before interacting with fans.

While they were just taking selfies a man in a big jacket approached her, revealed his gun then signaled her to follow him.

I pretended that I had not understood him and looked away.

I knew that if I acknowledged him or tried to decode his signal he would do something dangerous.

However, she quickly took to safety towards a club bouncer.

I quickly made my way to the club bouncer who was nearest to me and stuck by him until I was safe.

It is since then that she learnt her security is of key importance if at all she wished to live and see her daughter bloom.

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Gloria Katunge