Being a video vixen in Kenya has become a serious job. What you might not know is that some celebrities were vixens even before the world knew what that job designation was.
Below is the list
- Kamene Goro
Kamene is the latest celebrity to be a video vixen in a music video.
She featured in jam ‘Figa’ which is done by Ethic.
Vera Sidika has been a video Vixen not once but twice.
Vera became a sensation for the first time after appearing in the video ‘You Guy’ by P Unit.
Fast forward Vera went to become a vixen for her ex-boyfriend Otile Brown in his video ‘Baby Love’.
The song was so warmly received by the fans and it has so far garnered 8,580,721 views.
3. Lilian Muli
Believe it or not, Citizen TV reporter Lilian Muli was once a video vixen for Kamba artiste Kasolo.
Lilian appeared like a vixen for the first time in the video ‘Kyaa Kya Ngai (Finger of God)’
4. Betty Kyallo
Betty Kyallo has also been a vixen in a video for the song Mdogo Mdogo by the musician SKay.
Gone are the days, Betty now has an enviable job that most ladies are dying for.
5. Huddah Monroe
Back in the day when no one knew who Huddah was, she featured as a vixen in the song ‘Ukweli’ which was done by Propesa.
When she later joined the A-list league of video vixens she was one of the main characters in ‘Nimetoka Mbali’ by Jaguar featuring AY.
6. Sabina Chege
The Muranga woman rep was a video vixen.
The famous John De Mathews has hit songs and his famous “Njata Yakwa” has our very own Sabina Chege as his video vixen.
We now know Churchill as a force to be reckoned with in the media industry but few of us know that one of Churchill’s first video was as the ‘ningependa kutuma salamu’ in Rufftone’s hit song ‘Mwikulu’.
8. DJ Mo
In 2004 DJ Mo starred as one of the ‘video vixens’ with the coolest moves in Father Mbuyu’s video ‘Ruo Rwa Korogocho’ (pain of Korogocho slums) shot in Baba Ndogo.
In the video DJ Mo can be seen in a white shirt and a knitted cap because he was such a huge fan of King Kaka formerly Rabbit/Kaka Sungura.
9. Mwalimu Rachel
Many don’t know that our favourite teacher was once a video vixen in Nonini’s ‘Pole Pole’