Singer Nadia Mukami hospitalised again (video)

Singer Nadia Mukami has been hospitalized. The singer who had been performing in Busia over the weekend shared a video clip of herself admitted at an unnamed hospital.

Nadia did not however disclose the reason as to why she had been in hospital.

This comes 3 weeks after another hospitalization at the RFH medical centre in Nairobi. Nadia who is a two-time award-winning artist in Kenya and East Africa also posted photos of herself at the time in a hospital gown accompanied by a bible verse.

” Lord, you alone are my inheritance, my cup of blessing. You guard all that is mine”. Psalms 16:5. Even then she didn’t reveal the reason for her admittance raising questions about what was going on then?

Nadia Mukami during her hospitalization 3 weeks ago
Nadia Mukami during her hospitalization 3 weeks ago

At the time of writing this story, Nadia had posted another photo of the dream car she wants, not mentioning anything about her hospital visit.

Whatever is ailing the singer, we here at Classic105 wish her a quick recovery.

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“Worst shape of my life” An honest and happy Will Smith shows off weight gain


Actor Will Smith has gained a dad body during lockdown, but fans love it either way.

Will showed off on his Instagram and the 50 year old stunned many who responded to his weight gain with comments that as long as he is happy, they are cool with his beer belly.

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Will Smith has been known for his beefed up body has entire career and for this to be shown to the public, means he is comfortable in himself.

Several years back for his role in Aladin, Smith was expected to gain weight. He gained muscle for this as opposed to a similar weight gain during a family vacation where he got to an all time high of 225 lbs gaining fat and not muscle. He went on a ten day strict diet to shed the weight.


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Beyonce and Michelle watched Kelly Rowland give birth via Zoom


When Kelly Rowland delivered her second child baby Noah in January, her family and friends were present via Zoom.

This was owing to restriction placed due to the pandemic.

Kelly revealed these details in an interview with PEOPLE (The TV Show!)

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Rowland announced Noah’s arrival on Instagram at the beginning of the year with a picture of her other son, Titan Weatherspoon.

“We are truly grateful,” the proud mom wrote.

The singer shared that her “sisters” supported her virtually while welcoming her second child back in January, with former group mates Beyoncé and Michelle Williams calling via Zoom during the birth.

“We had our family join on Zoom,” the “Motivation” singer told People. “They were able to see Noah come into the world. It was beautiful.” Rowland also revealed that her mother-in-law, as well as Beyoncé’s mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson, joined in on the call to witness her baby’s arrival.

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The Do’s and Don’t’s of drinking and serving wine

Many women love to unwind by having a glass of wine.

But before you grab that glass and sip, do you know the etiquette for serving and drinking wine?

Fun facts to know about wine:

  1. Wine is made in virtually every country in the world.
  2. Intense fear or hatred of wine is called “oenophobia.”
  3. All wine is stored at the same temperature, regardless of its color. But reds and whites are consumed at completely different temperatures.
  4. One glass of wine consists of juice from one cluster of grapes.
  5. Red wine can only be made from blue or purple-skinned grapes. White wine can also come from these darker grapes, but only if the juice is separated from the skins.
  6. Rosé, which finds itself somewhere in between red and white, is most often crafted by allowing the juice limited and controlled contact with dark grape skins.

So when handling wine these are some of the Dos and Don’ts:


  • Consider decanting your wine – The real benefit of the process is that it gently exposes the wine to air, softening its acids and tannin, effectively smoothing out all the sharp edges and wrinkles. It can be particularly helpful in taming the funk that comes off so-called reductive wines.
  • Smell your glass before pouring in your wine – You wouldn’t want the wine fragrance coming in your way over a soapy glass or dust-covered glass. One of the best, most enjoyable parts about drinking wine is appreciating its fragrance.
  • Invest in a good opener – You wouldn’t want chunks of the cork going into your wine bottle.


  • Serve your red wine too warm – Heat will exacerbate the alcohol content of a wine, making your nose hairs burn when you go in for a big whiff. Conventional wisdom generally dictates that light-to medium-bodied reds should be served around 13–15C, while fuller-bodied reds are better enjoyed in the 15–20C range.
  • Serve your white wines too cold – Why? Because you’ll taste less. Light-bodied, less-aromatic wines should be served colder, in the 4–8C range, whereas more expressive and fuller-bodied whites should ideally be served in the slightly-warmer-but-still technically cold range of 8–10C.
  • Overpour your glass: Seriously, no matter how rough the day. If the glass is too full and you try to do your best professional swirl-and-sniff, chances are you’re going to end up making a mess.
  • Let past-its-prime, open wine go to waste: See if you can’t find a recipe for a stew, or soup or sauce where it can be given a respectable second-chance at life.

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Anne Kansiime reveals name of her son as she welcomes bouncing baby boy

Ugandan entertainer Anne Kansiime and boyfriend Skylanta have welcomed a bouncing baby boy! Yep, this woman is just full of surprises!

Not even a week has gone by since she made the announcement that she was pregnant, then the release of her maternity photo shoot, then she gives birth! Wow! What planning!

The two lovebirds welcomed their son, Selassie Ataho with Kansiime captioning, “My sins have truly been forgiven.” The great news comes two days after Skylanta threw Kansiime a baby shower in which she had revealed the gender of her baby.

“His name is Selassie Ataho.My sins have truly been forgiven. @selassie_ataho1 #sharedblessings indeed,” read Kansiime’s message.

Kansiime’s boyfriend, Skylanta himself, was excited to welcome his son into the world, writing, “This is the day that the Lord has made ❤ He is Called @selassie_is_kingThat makes me “Sir Mr Sky Sir”😂 #Godisgood #ForMyPeople #ThePulseUg. ”

Read some comments from fans and followers below;

Congratulations my sweet baby. Can’t wait to meet the king Selassie 😍😍🥰

❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Can’t wait to meet him

Congrats my sis this is beautiful 😍😍😍😍


Congrats to you and your two Kings!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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I was “out” for 2 days! Carol Radull says about terrible Covid-19 vaccine side-effects

Carol Radull is a happy woman at the moment. And all because of her great recovery from the side-effects of taking the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.

Miss Radull, one of the most famous sports journalist’s in Kenya, confirmed that she has been dealing with terrible side effects after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

The media personality did not say which vaccine she had taken but she confirmed the side effects were adverse on her, with the side effects taking a toll on her for two days.

”So the side effects of the Covid vaccine hit me so hard that I’ve been “out” for 2 days. I haven’t had a fever like that since I had malaria in high school.” Radull wrote.

She went on to inform her fans and followers that she was feeling better as she thanked everyone who checked up on her when she was down.

”Thanks to everyone who checked up on me. If I didn’t pick your call or answer your texts; now you know why. Much love. Feeling better now and will host Radull Live at 1.00pm. At least “Great” Roy is a ball of energy Roy Karuhize. See you then ❤ Only GOD ” she added.

The Oxford-AstraZeneca which the government officially sanctioned for use in Kenya has some of the side-effects listed below;

  • Tenderness, swelling and/or redness at the injection site
  • Headache or muscle ache
  • Joint pain
  • Chills
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Feeling tired
  • Fever (temperature above 37.8°C).

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‘I’m Ready’ Milly WaJesus hints about baby number 2 to hubby Kabi

Milly WaJesus and her hubby Kabi WaJesus are the internet couple who has become famous for sharing their personal lives and the love that they have for each other.

But that doesn’t mean everyone is happy for their love, in fact, they are the stereotypical “Mtaachana” couple that many online would like to see fail.

But despite the negative responses to their love, it seems that they are still going strong, something that they proved recently when they hinted that they may be ready for baby number 2.

The couple who already has a 2-year-old boy called Taji WaJesus, seem to be ready to get a second child. Don’t forget that had decided to give themselves time before having another one.

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But it seems like Milly can’t wait to have another baby. On her Instagram page, she hinted at getting a baby soon as she wrote;

”Baby fever on my mind 😩 @kabiwajesus aki tuingie maombi 🤭🤭🤭 Also how cute are these baby items (stroller bag and baby carrier) Yaani I can’t wait to beba another one 😍 am ready. How do you know you are ready for baby number 2?”

Kabi himself has been silent on the issue not responding to his wife’s hint and checking on his account the man seems to have ignored his wife’s message even though she had tagged him.

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Anerlisa shows off thigh gap and flat tummy killing pregnancy rumours

Keroche heiress Anerlisa Muigai might be undergoing a stressful period in her marriage but one wouldn’t be able to guess when they meet her.

The always-smiling socialite is out and about again and recently posted some videos on her Instagram stories that showed that she was living her best life.

Anerlisa enjoyed a nice meal on the morning of Sunday, April 12, before she went in front of a huge mirror to show off how amazing she looked.

In fact, she reveled in the knowledge that she had reached her body goals after many years of persistent weight loss goals as many Kenyans are well aware of.

The businesswoman noted she is now at 57 kgs which to her is exactly where she wanted to be, writing: “Finally got to my body goals.”

The Nero Water CEO has lost so much weight that she has actually gotten the desired thigh gap that some women aspire to have.

What is interesting is that her recent video clips will put paid to the rumour that she is pregnant despite many news outlets claiming that she had been spotted with a huge baby bump.

While Anerlisa might be thriving in reaching her weight goals, her marriage is another thing. Her husband, Ben Pol allegedly filed for the divorce at the Mwanzo Law Courts in Dar Es Salaam.

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Sources close to the singer say that the divorce plea is real and not a stunt aimed at attracting clout, despite the couple trying the knot in 2020.

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Diamond’s mom Mama Dangote raises eyebrows with huge pregnancy bump

Diamond Platnumz’s mother, Sandra Kassim aka Mama Dangote might be in her early 50’s but that doesn’t mean that she still can’t elicit pregnancy rumours.

Yep, despite being at the age when most women’s bodies are done with the whole process of making babies, fans are still speculating about whether the mother to East Africa’s most popular musician is pregnant.

And they aren’t wrong to do so. Why? Sandra herself has fuelled the rumours with curious photos that seemingly showed a “baby bump.”

Mama Dangote has in the past clarified that she was not ready to have a baby, but her Friday pictures seem to be sending a contrary message to her over 3.6 million followers.

And she went further to release more photos on her Insta-stories, capturing her bulging stomach, while calling on gossip pages to weigh in on her situation.

Many are now wondering whether she might be pregnant for her husband Uncle Shamte aka Rally Jones or she is just playing mind games with her followers.

Don’t forget that in October 2019, Mama Dangote declined Esma Platnumz (Diamond’s sister) appeal to have a baby with their step-daddy Rally Jones.

Her smart reason was that she was not ready to get a child due to her age and complications that may arise in the labour room.

“Sasa Katika utu Uzima wangu huu nizae, sisi tumeoana kuhava a good time. Tuzae nini na utu uzima huu, mnataka nifie Labour na mambo ya Kuzaa… Sitaki mambo ya kuzaa sasa ivi,” Mama Dangote said at the time.

What do you think? Are the photos a smoking gun or a carefully manipulated ploy by Mama Diamond to keep fans engaged?


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Nana Owiti & Wahu speak candidly about being molested when they were both 9-years-old

King Kaka’s wife Nana Owiti and Singer Wahu Kagwi have spoken about the heartrending topic of being molested at a young age.

During their narration, Nana said that she had been touched inappropriately by a cousin, when she was 9 years old.

She said that it was something that she will be starting therapy in order to heal and that she regretted not sharing the information with her late mother in “black and white”.

“There is this cousin that my mom really trusted and any time she will send food it will be this cousin to bring… so my mom trusted this man to share beds with me… So this man at night touches me inappropriately, and I knew it was wrong and I tell him to stop. I was in class 3, that’s around 9 years as well. So I ask him why are you doing this and he says si hata wewe unishike, then he told me ukiambia mama yako utaniona. Then we didn’t have a relationship with my mom growing up, because she was very strict, yaani she was just a cop.”

“So the next day, I don’t know how to tell my mother, but one day I got courage to tell her and I was like person ananichunachuna usiku. And she jokingly told him wewe kwanini unanichunia mtoto, usinichunie mtoto and that was it. And it was the same circle. I dint tell anyone up until I was pregnant with my son and that’s when I told King Kaka.”

“This is like a trauma I have carried for so many years and I was telling King as the year began I definitely need to see a therapist concerning this” said Nana.

On her part, Wahu disclosed that she was also molested by her cousin at the age of 9.

“This usually a very difficult conversation for me because it’s easier to heal from a physical wound, but an emotional wound, sometimes we don’t have tools to deal with my emotional wounds. So what happened used to happen is whenever I could remember it just takes me to a dark space.”

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“He was 19, I don’t want to go into details but he molested me and I knew it was a bad thing and I was 9. I was angry, felt violated and I was a kid. That moment stayed with me and it has stayed with me has something very painful… thankful when my mom came back I was crying …. but I got courage to share with my mom and she told my dad. Dad was very angry and he likes to talk things out but my brother who was like 16 said mimi sina time ya kuongea… he went beat his guy” said Wahu in part.

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A list of the drugs used to spike drinks in clubs


Which drugs do people use to spike drinks at social venues?

The Star took out to investigate.


For Stephen, the drug that was used on him is called Rohypnol.

These drugs are in the form of tablets and can be crushed and snorted up the nose or dissolved in a liquid prior to drinking.

Also known as bugizi, rape drug, forget me drug, circles or lunch money drug it is a colourless and odourless pill.

It retails at Sh850 at local chemists and online pharmacies.

The pill is preferred for its colourless and odourless characteristic when added to drinks or food.

The liquid form can also be applied to women’s breasts and sucked by men.

A police source who asked for anonymity says criminals prefer to have them in powder form for ease of spiking.

“The pill is grounded to powder and can be added to drinks or food without one noticing for it’s colourless and odourless,” he said.

According to Dr Faith Mwangagi, the drug causes sedative effects.

The action of the drug is experienced 20 minutes after administration and can last for six to seven hours.

For some, the effect can last for 12 hours or more after administration.binge-drinking-


“The action of Rohypnol appears in 20 minutes after administration and lasts six to seven hours,” she said.

If wrongly administered she said it causes slurred speech, inability to concentrate, poor coordination, dizzy feelings, lack of inhibition, nausea and amnesia.

Rohypnol may also be used with other drugs of abuse, such as alcohol or cocaine for various effects.

Rohypnol can increase the intoxication of alcohol or may be used to lower the irritability and anxiety linked with excessive cocaine use (binging).



Dr Geoffrey Mutuma says Valium at lower doses helps ease pain, reduce anxiety and relax muscles.

He said short term use is generally safe and effective.

When misused it causes some to sleep and feel out of touch with their surrounding.

“Valium is a sedative. It relaxes muscles but if misuses it makes one oversleep,” he said.

He said Valim does not kill when used in overdose but instead makes one sleep for even two days.


Ketamine helps sedatives work and may help people need fewer addictive painkillers, like morphine after surgery or while caring for burns.

When misused, ketamine can change your sense of sight and sound.

Colleagues drinking together in bar
Colleagues drinking together in bar

“You can have hallucinations and feel out of touch with your surroundings and even from yourself, “Mutuma said.

He said Ketamine can make it hard to speak or move, and it’s been abused as a date-rape drug.

He said its overdose does not kill.

It can reduce bodily sensations, prompting a floating feeling which can render you immobile – an experience which is sometimes referred to as “entering a k-hole” in instances when the drug is taken recreationally.

It can also provoke hallucinations, panic attacks and memory loss.

The effects can begin after five minutes of taking the drug and a “trip” normally lasts between 30 minutes and several hours.

I’d rather hustle first than die – Maina Kageni told about Covid-19 restrictions

After Uhuru Kenyatta’s decision to lockdown 5 Kenyan counties, many Kenyans have been debating the efficacy of the decision.

Maina Kageni himself decided to ask Kenyans what restrictions they would put in place if they were the president and had all the data?

The answers came hard and fast. Some of the comments are below:

Maina upto this far everyone is aware of covid19 and we are all trying our best to prevent the spread of the virus. Lockdown won’t solve this problem. Am tired.

With this lockdown, the kind of SCANDAL that’s looming will be bigger than ‘The covid millionaires’… The vaccine Scandal is almost out! This is Kenya.

Allow free and open economy to work and observe covid19 rules, becoz both the pandemic and hunger will drastically Kill ple if solution is protecting lives.

VACCINATION,VACCINATION,VACCINATION…we have meagre resources the best we can do is focus on the most potent solutions…WEED OUT ALL CORRUPTION IN THE VACCINATION EXERCISE.

As president he would have ensured after closing and subsidise all essential foodstuff kama Machakos county and a campaign to get vaccinated.

Resigned. How do u not lower paye n tax for people?

I would have done the same.

Mass testing and vaccination.

Enforce adherence of covid protocols in place. If it means forcing Kenyans to wear masks so be it. PSV to strictly comply.

1 Restrict numbers in places of worship and entertainment joints
2 Reduce the number of passengers in both air and train travel
3 Mandatory testing at all border points
4 Reactivate isolation centers and mobilize KDF to increase capacity of medical personnel.
5 Push vaccination

Let people continue working. Hawa askari wanachukua hongo kwa barabara watu wakipita, should rather enforce the MOH guidelines. But with the corruption in kenya, people will still suffer. A wrong doer with money is treated as saint. Oooohh Kenya my country.

No more restrictions people are suffering out there ..kila mtu ajizuie kivyake.

I have failed to understand why this curfew is at night yet during the day we are mingling all over and companies are holding hundreds of workers.

I would have closed all the counties ndio watu washike adabu si kufungia watu wa Nairobi na bado watu wengine wako free. What is important kuhustle ama kifo?

Hii curfew kwanza is doing more harm than good. If you see how people are scrambling for matatus in the evening na magari kubeba full capacity. Hapo Corona inaspread Kabisa.

Huyu ni kama aliwachia mali that’s why he reasons that way.. Hajui yale shida wakenya hupitia wakati wa Lockdown na curfews.

I rather hustle first kuliko kufa.

Forget about lockdown cause it cannot be reversed until the month is over, remember human beings learn the hard way cause foresight is never their portion. People are dying and we are not doing our part.

Mwambia Uhuru afungue nchi bana.

If I was the president, I would have closed all bars, let churches and restaurant operate and do away with the curfew because it doesn’t make sense.

The president should outline the plan to support Kenyans during the lockdown. But not just locking then you keep quiet.

Hao wanasema wanasupport uhunye hundred percent do they know how in hospitality we are suffering?

These leaders held rallies and super spread the virus then blamed wanjiku.

We will die of hunger n not covid

Do you know how many have lost jobs!!!!!!

Bars, churches and restaurant, same WhatsApp Group. Either all are open or all are closed.

I don’t think the curfew is of any benefit to Kenyans. The President shouldn’t even have locked down the tertiary institutions.

Closing bars and restaurants is shutting down a much much wider nationwide supply chain.

That’s why you can’t be a president. You could be the worse in the history of kenya

All those are places pple congregate. Everybody calls for opening of his place and suggesting the other to b closed, selfish.

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Winnie Mukami and Papa Shirandula are the closest that Covid has hit me – Eric Omondi

Eric Omondi had an eventful start of the month after Ezekiel Mutua decided to descend on him with all the force and power of government watchdog, KFCB.

Eric Omondi and his cast for Wife Material season 2
Eric Omondi and his cast for Wife Material season 2

Since then, Eric has focused on his other project with Betty Kyallo, the primetime show the two co-host on KTN. In a recent interview with the comedian, I asked him about the trending topic this week-the new wave of Covid-19 deaths and infections that had hit the country.

Eric Omondi says he is not our children’s role model and should he be?

He told me that he had a suspicion that he himself might have been suffering from the virus the week that had passed.

“Even last week, I suspect that I might have had Corona,” he said. “For the first time in my life, I have felt Corona. My friends, family members, colleagues, people I know…It has hit home. I just used to hear about Corona from afar. This third wave is a problem.”

Eric Omondi with his mentor Chiurchill Ndambuki
Eric Omondi with his mentor Chiurchill Ndambuki

Had he lost anyone close to him? “I haven’t lost any family but I lost a former colleague in Winnie Mukami,” he answered.

Adding, “She was a colleague and a friend. Winnie Mukami and Papa Shirandula were the closest that Covid has hit me personally.”

Winnie Mukami
Winnie Mukami

He said that he was cognizant of the responsibility he had to ensure that participants on Wife Material season 2 worked in a safe and healthy environment.

“Even as we finish shooting Wife Material season 2, we are taking precautions. Everyone responsible for the show will be tested, all relevant protocols will be followed as we take precautions to ward off the disease. We will be more vigilant,” he finished.

Eric Omondi posing
Eric Omondi posing

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What about Otile’s baby? Vera declares that she has never gotten pregnant

Vera Sidika and Huddah Monroe are the last of the veteran socialites still holding out on having kids. Yep, the two are in their 30’s and are still living their fabulous lives unencumbered by the drudgery of changing nappies and burping babies.

Thing is, while the two are happy to be childless, there are Kenyans who are impatiently waiting for the two to start that journey of having little ones.

2021 has seen the two swat stories about getting kids and it seems that Vera isn’t done dealing with the mindless rumours concerning why she hasn’t had a baby yet.

This week, Vera disclosed that she can only have a baby when she finds the right man (Is the right man her current husband, Brown Mauzo?) She added that she has been preventing pregnancy in her previous relationships and has never been pregnant.

In a Q&A post, she wrote,

”People have this narrative that I’m a bad b*tch and should be having like 10 kids with different baby daddies by now. Let me tell you a secret; bad girls r the most careful ones.”

She added, “I can’t just go around having babies with everyone. I’ve never gotten pregnant coz I always prevent it. But the day I do, it’s cause I am ready at that time and want it…Where and when did I hide my tummy. I’ll go on IG live tomorrow with full tummy showing so u can show me the pregnancy.”

Funny thing is that Vera confessed that she had aborted Otile Brown’s baby after the split up acrimoniously back in 2018. Doesn’t this count as a pregnancy? Make this make sense…

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Poll results are in – More than half of Kenyans say they will not take the Covid-19 vaccine

The Covid-19 pandemic has done a serious number on the World’s economy forcing big Pharma to work quickly on vaccines that were produced in record time.

From early 2021, the vaccine was rolled out around the world and started in earnest in Kenya earlier this month.

Kenya received 1.02 million doses of the Covid-19 Astrazeneca vaccine on March 3 and an additional 100,000 doses of the same from the Indian government.

Within two days of the vaccines being received into the country, distribution was effected to all the nine regional stores and by Saturday, March 6 even the furthest counties like Mandera had received their doses.

From March 8 the counties started drawing their allocations and by Tuesday of this week, all the counties were vaccinating.

The government plans to scale up the vaccination campaign by increasing the number of vaccination centres from the current 47 government health facilities with an additional 622 private and faith-based facilities.

To date, more than 28,000 frontline workers have been reached with the jab since the rollout. The question many are asking is whether the Astrazeneca vaccine which had been pulled of the shelves in some European countries is safe to use?

Some of the European countries had halted vaccinations after serious blood clots cropped up in some recipients causing some of their citizenry to say they wouldn’t take the shot.

And Kenyans have been watching keenly with some saying that they wouldn’t touch the vaccine with a 20-foot pole as their confidence in it had been shattered.

In a poll conducted by Classic105 about whether Kenyans would take the vaccine, the results were split, with more than half saying they wouldn’t take it.

The poll results are below:

Covid-19 vaccine screenshot
Covid-19 vaccine screenshot

Some of the comments from Kenyans who voted are below:

Kuna sindano naeza dungwa na niyamaze but hiyo nitalia na juu sitaki aibu mbele ya watu,no.

CS Mutahi Kagwe akichanjwa hiyo vaccine in live National Tv cameras, I’ll go for it.

No need if after taking u’ll still be affected.

Science has kept us alive we need to trust and embrace science.

God has kept us alive not science, in fact, science has made life complicated.

Uhuru aki sign in bilashaka ntaichukua bure nooo.

Yes inshallah…

Hii nayo siwezi.

No way!!!

I did already.


Siwez make.

Since I was given a polio vaccine and saved me from polio yes, please.

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Funny tweets from girls about dealing with period pimples that’s relatable


Girls are losing their minds over the period pimple that won’t go away. Me too sis!.

Females are already dealing with bloating, moodiness, and cramps every month, and then mother nature decides to add that ka pimple that sits right in the middle of you face.

During the first half of your menstrual cycle, your estrogen level rises, and for the second half of the cycle, the levels of progesterone rise. As your period approaches, the levels of both of these hormones fall. Meanwhile, your levels of testosterone stay about the same. This means that before and during your period, your testosterone activity is relatively higher than that of estrogen and progesterone.

There are two types of pimples/breakouts. One is blackheads and the other is whiteheads.

Blackheads are clogged pores that open on the skin’s surface. They look black because of their exposure to oxygen.

Black woman putting on face lotion
Black woman putting on face lotion

Whiteheads are under the surface of the skin.

Besides blackheads and whiteheads, here are other types of breakouts you can expect.

1. Papules which are small raised red bumps that occur due to infection and inflammation of hair follicles
2. Pustules which are small red pimples with a white or yellowish pus-filled center
3. Nodules which are solid, painful lumps underneath the skin
4. Cysts which are large lumps that are underneath the skin, generally painful, and contain pus

Am I the only woman or does every time that you guys get your period you at least get one pimple and It’s the worst pimple that you can ever get

look some of us are sitting here with PERIOD PIMPLES and UNPLUCKED EYEBROWS this is just rude

Smooth skin
Smooth skin

My period pimple comes in the same area/spot every month

my skin has been soooo clear and my period came and said

three things in life are certain: birth, death, and this pimple that does take up residence in the middle of my forehead every time I got my period

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Billionaire Kylie Jenner blasted for asking for donations for friends surgery


Billionaire Kylie Jenner, who makes 430,000 dollars a day, is asking her fans to help donate to a medical fund for a friend.

Kylie has donated 5,000 dollars and set up a GoFundMe. But this isn’t enough as fans say she can afford to pay for the brain surgery all by herself and not feel a pinch. Soem argue that she recently bought her daughter a 15,000 dollar handbag, so money is not a problem for her.

The friend is her makeup artist who got into a car accident and needed an emergency fund for brain surgery.

The makeup artist was thrown from a moving vehicle, suffering internal bleeding and eight brain injuries after hitting his head on the pavement.

The reactions were swift and perhaps not what she expected.

Folks are defending Kylie Jenner by pointing out she donated $5,000 to her makeup artist’s medical GoFundMe. Her net worth is $900M. So, that’s 0.000006% of her net worth.If your net worth were, say, $100k, it would be like donating 56 cents.

Imagine being a billionaire who makes $450,000 a day and not be willing to pay $60,000 to save your friend’s life.

Kylie Jenner is a billionaire and her makeup artist friend got into a car accident and needed $60,000 so she started a gofundme and only donated $5,000


How in the cinnamon toast is Kylie Jenner asking for donations for her make up artist when she’s a goddamn billionaire. Is that broad for real. Kylie Jenner wouldn’t pay $60,000 for her makeup artist’s life-saving surgery knowing the miracles he performs on her every day. She owes him (and her plastic surgeon) HER LIFE!

Weuh broke people apana tambua.

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Breaking news!!! Tanzanian President John Magufuli is dead

Tanzania President John Pombe Magufuli is dead.

In a televised address on Thursday night, Tanzania vice-president Samia Suluhu Hassan said that Magufuli had died of heart complications.

Hassan said that Magufuli was hospitalised on March 6 at the Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute.
This comes after weeks of speculation on his whereabouts with the suspicion that he had been hospitalised for Covid-19.

More to follow…