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4 Kenyan male celebs who have portrayed their feminine side (Photos)

Wololo Yaye!

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The trend has been used for purposes of disguise, money making through comedy, comfort, and self-discovery in the modern times.

The style existed within a popular Egyptian trend. Young women often dressed and performed like men whereas young men wore and performed as women. It was also common in the Middle East.

Kenyan men have somehow embraced the trend but for purely money searching. Male comedians especially have donned the girlish look but only when looking for money or when having fun.

We captured these hilarious moments. Check them out;

1. Shaniqwa

2. Shaffie Weru

3. Eric Omondi

4.  Njugush

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