• Former Nairobi Diaries actress Risper Faith now claims she was approached by the directors of Real Housewives of Nairobi
• The mother of one said after that call, she never heard from them again.
Former Nairobi Diaries actress Risper Faith now claims she was approached by the directors of Real Housewives of Nairobi to be part of the reality TV Show.
Through a Q and A session with her fans on Instagram, the mother of one said after that call, she never heard from them again.
"I don't know why," she said.
The former cast at the controversial Nairobi Diaries TV show is currently married to Brian Muiruri, with whom she has a son.
Real Housewives of Nairobi premiered last Thursday on Showmax and Episode 1 is currently available on the streaming platform, with new episodes every Thursday.
Asked if she will be on a reality show, she said: "Never."
The Real Housewives of Nairobi will follow five influential and successful women as they navigate their lavish lifestyles, relationships, and careers in Nairobi, Kenya.
They included: Susan Kaittany, Vera Sidika, Sonal Maherali, Minne Kariuki, and Lisa Christoffersen.
A few days ago, singer Bahati said he missed an opportunity to feature on the Netflix reality show, Young, Famous and African because he was busy with politics.
Bahati said when he needed to go and shoot, he was vying for a political seat.
"I was supposed to be on the second season of Young, Famous, and African, we went through the run and everything. They wanted me to shoot between July and august. It was election time," he said.
He added, "That was one of the things that I missed. God's timing is the best."
The show, whose first season was majorly shot in South Africa featured Diamond Platnumz, Zari Hassan, Khanyi Mbau, 2face Idibia, and his wife Anne Idibia among others.
Bahati had his reality tv show 'Being Bahati' two years ago.