Kenya’s top female disk jockey, DJ Pierra Makena has for the first time revealed details of a chilling experience she had with a gun man, after one of her shows.
DJ Pierra Makena narrates chilling experience with gun man after show
He asked me to follow him outside!
The DJ and actress narrated how a man approached her while she was mingling and taking selfies with her fans after a show, and opened his coat, showed her a gun he was carrying and then signaled her to follow him outside the club.
Pierra went on to say that she had noticed something was not right when the man approached her and after the signal, the mother of one pretended not to have noticed the man’s signal.
She then quickly made her way to the bouncer of the club for safety.
“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. I quickly made my way to the club bouncer who was nearest to me and stuck by him until I was safe. That is the day I learnt the importance of having tight security,” said Pierra in her interview with Parents Magazine.
Ms Makena further said that from that incident, she has always had security with her, whenever she goes for a gig.
“I always have two security guys in every gig I go to, whether provided by the club or myself. My small brother and personal assistant are always in every show to ensure I am safe,” said the female DJ.
In the interview, Pierra Makena also opened up on how she underwent went depression after giving birth to her daughter Ricca.
Pierra said that everything was going south for her and she had no money in her account. She narrated that she had also quit her job and her company was not making any money.
“I got depressed after giving birth to Ricca. My current bank account was at zero. My company was young and wasn’t bringing in any money. I couldn’t deejay as much plus I had resigned from a well-paying job. I started surviving on my savings,” she said in part of her post.
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