Mr Flavour set to rub shoulders with Nairobi revelers at B Club ahead of mega concert at Uhuru Gardens 

Nigerian heartthrob Mr Flavour has touched down in Nairobi ahead the biggest love festival on this side of the Sahara which is slated for the weekend.

Mr Flavour is in the city for the much hyped ‘Festival of Love’ which will be held at Uhuru Garden in Nairobi on Saturday 16th of February.

Sauti Sol, Steph Kapela, Alicious, Petra, DJs Crème de la Crème and Dii, MCs Pascal Tokodi and Kate the Actress are some of the celebs lined up for the concert.

Meet and greet

Tonight Friday January 15th Mr Flavour will be rubbing shoulders with revelers at B Club. The high-end club in Kilimani has organized a meet and greet party for the Nigerian star.

Revelers will get a chance to party with Mr Flavour for the whole night before he finally performs at Festival of Love on Saturday.




Davido lined up for an exclusive pool party at Nairobi’s B-Club

Nigerian sensation David Adedeji Adeleke, better known by his stage name Davido, is set to thrill his fans at Nairobi’s premier entertainment hotspot B-Club.

This is the second year in a row that Davido will be gracing a pool party at B-Club. Last year the Nigerian singer hosted the dopest pool party in Kenya which was attended by the likes of Babu Owino.

Davido parties at B-Club on June 28th 2017
Davido parties at B-Club on June 28th 2017
Mother of all pool parties

B-Club has is once again flying in Davido for a mother of all pool party set to be held on Sunday June 17th 2018. According posters shared on social media, Nairobi revelers will have to part with Kes 3,000 (male revelers)  and Kes 5,000 (female revelers) to attend the pool party at B-Club.

Davido will be performing in the neighboring Tanzania on Saturday before he jets into the country. The ‘FIA’ hit maker will kick off the pool party at B-Club at 2pm on Sunday.




Diamond’s pool party at B-Club goes on even after Sonko ordered the club to close (Photos)

Last Friday Nairobi governor Mike Sonko ordered B-Club and Space Lounge to close. B-Club however opened its doors to revelers as Diamond touched down in Nairobi for a pool party at the club.

The management and patrons of B-Club and Space Lounge were caught unawares by a police swoop at around 10pm on Friday January 5th.

The two clubs located in Kilimani area were ordered shut by the county government.  Sonko’s government said it received numerous complaints from area residents who protested noise from the clubs.

Space Lounge and B-Club were also found not adhering to noise pollution audit. The two clubs were also found contravening a government directive banning the sale of shisha.

Pool party

B-Club could have been closed on Friday night but on Sunday night it was business as usual at the Kilimani-based club. Diamond headlined a pool party at the club.

The singer arrived in Kenya in company of his two managers Babu Tale and Sallam SK Mendez. Diamond’s pool party at B-Club went on without a hitch.

Was the Caucasian man electrocuted at B club’s pool party or did he drown? The online community debates!

On Sunday the B club held a VIP Pool party that saw some famous faces from Africa attend. The likes of Iyanya, Eddy Kenzo, Pallaso and Dj Maphorisa were present to entertain fans who had availed themselves for the party.

After having fun and enjoying the performance things suddenly changed when a certain white man apparently drowned in the pool forcing the party to be shut down for a few minutes. Word making rounds on social media is that he was electrocuted by a live wire that caused him to drown.

Apparently the live wire was left out in the open by the suppliers who installed the equipments at the party as revealed by Samia who is part owner of the classy Billionaire club.

However, many are now doubting that the guy was electrocuted in the pool as they claim that he might have drowned after jumping in the pool while intoxicated. What supports there argument is that if indeed this was caused by a live wire then the people who jumped in to rescue the fella could have been electrocuted too since water is a good conductor of electricity.

Those claiming he was electrocuted say that everything was switched off before the Good Samaritan jumped in to save the guy but this contradicts the music playing in the background which leaves me questioning what really happened.

Anyway, the fella (just to be clear it was just one guy and not two) has received treatment and is now doing much better.

But the question still stands, did he drown or was he electrocuted? You be the judge after watching the video below: