As the world marked Father’s day on June 19, Kenyan celebrities were not left behind as they took to social media to celebrate the fathers in their lives with special messages.
Size 8, Wahu, Vera Sidika, Ivy Namu pour their hearts out in Father's Day messages
Celebrities penned special messages celebrating the fathers in their lives with many pouring their hearts to their fathers and partners
Gospel singer Size 8 marked the day by taking her fans down memory lane, sharing DJ Mo’s fatherhood journey summarized in a video.
The video was accompanied with a special message celebrating her hubby who she described as her friend, love, and the best dad to their kids.
"Wow words cannot explain my gratitude to you my friend and love You have been the best dad to these little ones @ladashabelle.wambo and @muraya.jnr... Your love and care and concern for them is beyond my expectations... You work so hard for them to give them a better life than you ever had... May God bless you for being there for them," Size 8 posted.
The diva posted a photo of her parents with a caption that read: “Best Father's Day Wishes from a daughter, an auntie and a mother to all fathers, father figures, fathers to be and everyone who has stepped up to be a father in one way or another."
Wahu and Nameless
For singer Wahu Kagwi, it was yet another day to celebrate Nameless (David Mathenge) for being in their lives.
"Happy happy Father's day babe! I'm so grateful that you're in our lives...and that our girls didn't inherit your forehead," Wahu said.
Tanzanian hitmaker Vanessa Mdee celebrated her fiancé, Rotimi who she hailed as an "incredible father" and marked the day with video showing the actor dancing with their baby.
"What a divine joy, honor and pleasure it is to experience you as Dad. Baby you checked yet another box this past year and my love you do it so effortlessly. Baba Seven you're an incredible Father, hands down the best of the best, Seven and I are so blessed to have you, " Mdee stated.
Khaligraph Jones and Georgina Muteti
Khaligraph Jones was also celebrated by his wife, Georgina Muteti who noted that he deserves every good thing in life.
"You deserve every good thing in your life baba Amali," she wrote.
Vera Sidika to Brown Mauzo
Brown Mauzo was also celebrated by Vera Sidika who poured out her heart in a special message that read: "I adore you with all my heart and that feeling will never go away. Seeing what a great father you are only makes me love you more.”
Ivy Namu and Willis Raburu
For Ivy Namu, the father’s day was Willis Raburu was the man to celebrate as she noted that carrying his babies "has been nothing short of magical."
"Thank you for being a consistent, intentional and present dad; and for everything you do to make sure your family is safe and comfortable, I don't take it for granted," Ivy wrote on Instagram.
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