There is nothing better than fan love, any celebrity can tell you that. However, not all moments with fans are fun because some fans can get out of control in the heat of the moment.
How DJ Joe Mfalme handles excessive female attention
We have heard of celebrities getting yanked from the stage by crazed fans to getting spanked while some fans can follow you backstage for some inappropriate fun. So how does DJ Joe Mfalme one of Kenya’s biggest DJs handle excessive female attention given that he has a girlfriend?
The Capital FM DJ disclosed that how he carries himself has prevented things from escalating.
“Kitu moja nimekuja kurealize ,ukijibebea na respect watu watakuapproach na respect. Mimi sijawai pata hiyo raunchiness approached kwangu. Hata kama ni dame anakuwanga crazy or something when she comes to say hi to me anakujanga na upole sababu anajua niko job. Nikicheza kwa meza yangu hautaona any beer or alcohol, it's either a red bull or water and I am playing. I am not chekaing niko job,” he revealed on K24.
Dj Pierra’s encounter with gunman
While DJ Joe Mfalme has been able to fend off dangerous fans with ‘sura ya kazi’ not everyone respects boundaries and that is why Pierra Makena employs a tight security team.
DJ Pierra revealed that she was forced to cover every aspect of her security when it came to performances following a frightening incident that occurred while she was interacting with fans.
The mum-of-one revealed that she had just concluded a fiery performance and was interacting with fans and taking selfies when a man in a bulky jacket approached her. He then flashed his gun from underneath his jacket and signalled her to follow him. Scared, she ran for safety to a club bouncer.
“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,” she told Parents Magazine during an interview.
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