Over the years, the video vixen business has become a lucrative industry in the entertainment sector with models making a living from it. Before the likes of EvaLuna Wanjiru and Charity Moraa sizzled us with their captivating moves in music videos, some of your favorite celebrities started off in some of the old-time hits.
6 celebrities you didn't know were once video vixens (Photos)
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Before she waltzed into the limelight officially in 2013 with her killer body and controversial stunts, Huddah started out as a video vixen in Profesa Eshuiya’s music video dubbed ‘Ukweli.’
When she started gaining recognition, Huddah featured in ‘Nimetoka Mbali’ by Jaguar featuring AY.
Media personality, Anne Kiguta featured in DNG's song 'mpenzi' featuring Manjeru, a song that was released in 2011.
She currently hosts K24 political talk show, Punchline.
K24 news anchor, Betty Kyallo was once featured in 'Mdogo Mdogo' a song by S Kay. The video was released in 2009 when the beauty was still in campus pursuing her Bachelor degree in Mass Communication.
The video was shot and directed by her brother Msafiri Ben.
Celebrated comedian, Daniel Ndambuki aka Churchill was on the screens as early as 2002. He appeared in Rufftone’s hit song ‘Mwikulu’, a song that ruled the airwaves for a very long time.
In 2004, DJ Mo starred as one of the ‘video vixens’ with the coolest moves in Father Mbuyu’s video ‘Ruo Rwa Korogocho’ (pain of Korogocho slums) shot in Baba dogo.
In the video DJ Mo is in a white shirt and a knitted cap because he was such a huge fan of King Kaka.
NRG radio presenter, mwalimu Rachel starred in Nonini' s song 'polepole' back in 2012. She has grown and made a name for herself in the media industry over the years.
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