When I first came across the picture of Colonel Moustapha with Huddah, I figured it would make a hot story. And indeed, I was proved right. My knack for going viral is uncanny. And I guess that is the reason why like roaches from the light bloggers both within the kitchen and externally run to me for a tip or just to plagiarize my work. And so outside of Jeff Omondi everyone else holds a candle to my sun. I shall cut it short hear because my praise of self might make weaker stomachs sick.
A day before Valentine’s Day, a photo was sent to us of Huddah Monroe and Colonel Mustapha in an intimate saucy position. A day later another photo was ‘leaked’, this time, Huddah was topless.
The following isn’t exactly earth-shaking news but when was the last time a celebrity baptism made headlines? Actually, not many celebrity parents decide to have their children christened every day and so when one does, that's great news!
A miffed Nyota Ndogo took to Twitter and posted harsh messages about Mustapha saying, “umri wako hauambatani na vituko unavyo vifanya kwaivyo rudi nyuma ubadilishe.shame on you.wewe hufai kuitwa kioo.”
Teacher Wanjiku premiered her show to the disappointment of everyone. I attempted to reach her for a comment on Friday but my calls went unanswered. I don't blame her. Her's is beginning to read like the tale of Eric Omondi and "Hawayu", the abortive show he heralded. But why can't Teacher Wanjiku seem to get her show off the ground? Well, I don't think there is any one main reason. I think this is about the culmination of alot of bad things and sadly for her, Murphy's Law.
On Friday, Teacher Wanjiku’s show finally premiered on Citizen. Unfortunately after flying out of Churchill’s show nest, the good Teacher did not land on her feet and her show was just a huge miss. This was in contrast to fellow comedian Kansiime Anne’s show Don’t Mess with Kansiime that was a huge Hit.
It’s always so unfortunate when renowned people from 1st World countries belittling the achievements of Kenyans. Not once, not twice but severally have Kenyan treated to condescension from guys from the West.
In August 2013, K24 sent home over 70 journalists in a move that shook the media industry. Among them was renowned K24 reporter, Caleb Karuga. Prior to his sacking, Karuga had been with the station for 6 years and that marked the end of his media career.
When you are in the entertainment industry, your image is everything and a great fashion sense is a must. But you shouldn’t be caught out in ‘kawaida’ clothes in case you are confused for a commoner, make your clothes are distinctive and exquisite, something that will make you stand out from the pack.