The interesting thing about Kenyan socialites is they’re suckers for local love. They depict the fact that east or west, home is best. Despite some of them getting the chance to go International, they prefer to go the local way. Epitomes include Vera Sidika, Corazon Kwamboka, Amber Ray; who happen to be the bigwigs who decided to do things the local way.
Below is a list of the top socialites of the decade;
Vera Sidika rose to fame in 2012 when she featured as a video vixen in P-Unit’s single ”You Guy”. In 2014, she appeared in Prezzo’s single, ”My Gal” and in November 2015, she was in a video by Nigerian musicians KCS kiibii and Harrysong titled ”Ebaeno”. Her journey has been flawless since then. She’s now making millions from her businesses and endorsements.
Huddah rose to fame after she represented Kenya on Big Brother Africa show, even though she never won. Despite being called and labelled a socialite, Huddah Monroe calls herself the Boss Lady, a nickname that now has greater meaning as she has her own businesses.
Corazon Kwamboka is a Kenyan lawyer, socialite, businesswoman, and social media personality. She became famous in 2014 when a photographer uploaded pictures of a curvy body online, which went viral and left netizens drooling to have a piece of her.
After ending an 8-year relationship with her baby daddy, Amber became a video vixen. One day around 2016, she went to shoot a video gig that paid her Ksh 5,000. As soon as she finished the shoot, a man named Zaheer approached her & proposed. But their relationship didn’t last long. She was a 2nd wife and she didn’t like it. She’s currently engaged to Kennedy Rapudo
After ending an 8-year relationship with her baby daddy, Amber became a video vixen. One day around 2016, she went to shoot a video gig that paid her Ksh 5,000. As soon as she finished the shoot, a man named Zaheer approached her.
Sherlyne Anyango, a popular Club Covid twerker, has finally shown off the product of her hard work. The chocolate-skinned socialite rose to fame soon as COVID-19 struck, through Xtain Dela’s controversial platform Club Covid that saw her make major money moves.
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