Habits you should avoid when going to a club

When you gong to a club there are some habits that you should avoid to have a good time. They include;

Mixing drinks

Mixing drinks can really put your liver at risk. It can lead to vomiting as it may tamper with your digestion system. It is advisable to take such drinks in dilute form with either water or a soft drink.

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Leaving your items unattended

You should be careful with your items especially your phone and cash. Not everyone goes to the club with good intentions. Other go with intentions of stealing from the drunk people, so more reason you should be careful.

Wearing high heels

If you love dancing, wear comfortable shoes. Six inch heels are cute to look at, but you won’t be able to dance.You could even fall and break your ankles if drunk.

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Taking stranger’s drinks

Taking someone’s drink that you don’t know is way too dangerous folks. In this day and age of spiking drinks, you need to be careful about this bad habit girls.

Getting wasted taking too much alcohol

Medics constantly berate us with messages that consumption of alcohol is harmful to ones health. When in the club, it’s important to limit how much you drink, plus also know the limits because of your health and your security too. If you get too drunk chances are that you may black out and in the process people can take advantage of you.

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How slay queen’s lure sponsors into funding their luxurious lifestyles

More and more young women are using sugar daddies (or, as they’re more commonly known, ‘sponsors’) to fund a lifestyle worth posting on social media.

“Sponsor” relationships seem to have become both more common and more visible. What once was hidden is now out in the open, on campuses, in bars and all over Instagram.

We have arrived at a point where having a “sponsor” or a “blesser” — the terms millennials usually apply to their benefactors — has for many young people become an accepted and even glamorous lifestyle choice.

Through the stories of three women, the Star explores the social forces driving this trend.


“Right now, the a** is the new brain and this is what you use to get what you want,” says single mother Grace Njeri*, 25, who has a regular sponsor.

Njeri says she is actively seeking a more lucrative relationship with a man who will invest in her career as a singer.

“I am poor, often living hand-to-mouth, dancing for cash in a nightclub, and struggling to put my daughter through school. But I’m determined to feed and educate my child. I want to become rich and famous through modelling and music,” she says.

She says the economy makes it so much harder for a smaller person to make ends meet.

“Hard work won’t get you anywhere. You have to get a sponsor, rob a bank or win a tender,” she says.


“If I look hot, I look good. There has got to be some rich guy who will pay good money to possess me,” says Jane, 20.

Jane, an undergraduate who readily admits to having two sponsors, sees nothing shameful in such relationships — they are just part of the everyday hustle it takes to survive in Nairobi, she says.

She is inspired by Kenya’s celebrity “socialites”, women who have transformed s3x appeal into wealth, becoming stars of social media.

In the past, some of Kenya’s socialites have styled themselves as #SlayQueens and have been quite upfront about the financial benefits that have come from dating tycoons.

Having made it to the top, though, they often begin to cultivate a different image, presenting themselves as independent, self-made businesswomen and encouraging girls to work hard and stay in school.

Jane, however, says she admires socialite Vera Sidika, who went from dancing in music videos on to the set of the Nairobi Diaries, and from there launched a business career based on her fame and physique.


“I used the remaining Sh100 I had in my wallet and took a bus to the city centre, to look for the first man who would pay to have sex with me,” Machakos University student Mary Wambui*, 19, confesses.

Most of the times she sat in her tiny room in shared quarters in Kitengela, feeling broke, hungry and desperate.

But that day, Wambui went back to Kitengela with Sh1,000 to feed herself for the rest of the month.

She says she loved that life and instead of sleeping with random guys for money, she opted for a sponsor.

“Six years ago, I met a married man nearly 40 years my senior. At first, I received just groceries. Then it was trips to the salon,” she says.

“Two years into our relationship, the man moved me into a new apartment because he wanted me to be more comfortable.”

Another two years down the line, the sponsor gave her a plot of land in Nyeri county as a show of commitment.

In exchange, he gets to sleep with Wambui whenever he feels like it.

“I am young and beautiful, so why not use my youthfulness to my benefit.”

“After all, what is wrong about sex, anyway?” asks Wambui . “People just make it sound wrong. But sometimes, it ain’t wrong at all.”

But as most of those dependent on sugar relationships are female, they have dominated the public debate. There are concerns about the morality of their lifestyle, but also about its consequences for their health.

Kerubo*, 27, from Kisii, says she has control of her relationship with her sugar daddy, Alfred. But when I ask her about safe sex, this illusion quickly evaporates.

Both Alfred and her other sponsor, James, prefer not to use condoms, she says. In fact, she has had unprotected sex with multiple sugar daddies, who then have sex with other women, as well as with their wives, exposing all of these partners to the risk of sexually transmitted diseases.

Kerubo, the aspiring singer struggling to put food on the table, has a slightly different perspective. To her, the similarities with sex work are more apparent.

“I prefer the sponsor thing, rather than standing on the street,” she says. “Because you have that one person who is supporting you… you don’t need to sleep with so many men.”

The names have been changed for protection purposes.

“My body is my business – and it is a money maker,” she said back in 2014, when discussing her controversial skin-lightening procedures.

Nowadays, Vera is keen to promote herself as an entrepreneur, and runs a successful brand of “detox” herbal infusions called Veetox Tea.
Equally famous is model and socialite Huddah Monroe, who also rose to fame on reality TV — in her case, Big Brother Africa, in 2013. She now runs a well-established line of cosmetics.

“If you have to expose your body, make money out of it,” she was reported as saying, referring to the semi-nude images she shows off to her 1.6 million Instagram followers.

Socialite Bridget Achieng’ raised and born in Kibera now a business woman
Socialite Bridget Achieng is a woman from the sprawling Nairobi slum of Kibera. She worked as a domestic servant (house girl) but gained a social media following on the back of a sexy photoshoot, and then found her way into the cast of Nairobi Diaries.

Her message to aspiring socialites, though, is that nothing is free. “You want a million bucks, you will do something that is worth a million bucks,” she said.

‘He forced me to eat his poop,’ Ex slay queen narrates horrible experience with sponsors

George Meiu, who studies transactional relationships between Samburu men and older European women, has described how their youth and good looks have become valuable commodities in Kenya’s beach resorts.

Thanks to a set of “African warrior” stereotypes and myths about tribal sexual prowess, the Samburu and others like them are particularly appealing to local and foreign sugar mummies.

Some Samburu villages, he says, claim they have been unable to defend themselves against cattle raids from neighbouring tribes because so many young men have migrated to the coast to become beach boys.

“A beach boy is someone who gets up in the morning, smokes a joint, lies under a coconut tree, waiting for bikini-clad white woman to pass by and run after them,” Meui says.

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Medical researcher Joyce Wundani says girls and young women between the ages of 15 and 24 have consistently been at higher risk of HIV infection than any other section of the population in sub-Saharan Africa.

Sugar relationships, she says, are contributing to these risks because the women who engage in them do not have the power to insist on the use of condoms. “With sex work, men are more likely to use condoms because it’s more explicit than this is selling and buying.”


Akorino bae! Meet the lady is giving Kenyan men sleepless nights

There is a new beauty in town and she is causing mayhem on the twitter streets.

Pesh is the new fashion model on social media representing a rather conservative group of people, the Akorino.

The Akorino started appearing in the middle of the 1920s. Kenya’s founding father Jomo Kenyatta provides the earliest study of Akorino in his book ‘Facing Mount Kenya’ which was published in 1938.

In a chapter entitled ‘The New Religion in East Africa’, Kenyatta noted that the group was in its infancy and was functioning in various parts of Gikuyu country, but had little influence with the general population, its appeal being to such individuals as had been pronounced ‘sinners’ by missionaries, and to others who had been cured of diseases (Kenyatta 1938:279).

They are known for their religious vestments and symbolic attires like the long pleated dressed, white turbans and mondo – a white bag hang over the shoulders of Akorino elders during service, and especially during Church ceremonies.

Inside the white bag is the Akorino’s religious literature. The sanctity of the contents of the bag warrants its handling with honour and reverence.

Therein are documents of the doctrine and practice of the Akorino as a community of faith and worship.

Anyhow, a young akorino girl has decided to showcase what the religious group has to offer by modeling the various attires to show off it’s versatility

Here are her photos that are making KOT go crazy.

‏Here are reactions from KOT to the photos.

@rubbzah: She just proved you can be attractive and dignified at the same time.

@newsonkamau: Looking awesome as always…need a ride on that bike 😁‏

@walteramanya: @PeshKenya mi niko na swali mbona sionangi wakorino wanawake na mimba naonanga tu watoto?‏

@Rose_cww: Girl you got swag!‏

@luvafrican: (You remind me of Kerry Washington). You’re beautiful.

@ZMulicheti: Karibu kwangu.

@ngorisana: Hakuna haja ya helmet religion gave her one 😂😂.

@kingz254: Cute mukurino. Congrats.

@Boilash: Damn!! 😋😋☺️.‏

@Gk_Peters: So beautiful👌👌👌

Boychild usikulwe hela bure! How to spot a slay queen

Debate is normally made about what constitutes a slay queen, especially in a country like ours of Kenya. But where did the term come from? Some believe the term slay queen emanated from Beyonce’s lyrics.

Everywhere in the world, girls and modern women were inspired by her lyrics from the song “Formation” when she goes: “… I came to slay…coz I slay…” In her sense, slaying means showcasing style, fashion and high life.

But in Kenya, a whole culture was bred from it, with many young ladies embracing the term eagerly. But many are still not clear about what the term implies.

My husband eloped with a cucu slay queen because I don’t wear makeup

But thank God, I am around. The list below isn’t comprehensive but I think it covers a lot of the major characteristics of what is in a slay queen’s DNA;

1. Weave.
2. Wig.
3. Weave and wig.
4. Long nails.
5. Incongruent taste (loves the high life, her life is on a shoestring budget).
6. Has an exotic accent but has never been South of Namanga.
7. Has a cracked phone screen.
8. She wears heels she cannot walk in.
9. She wears big hoop earrings.
10. She has over 2K IG followers (she obviously posts thirst traps).
11. Her phone has military-grade security.
12. She is on a first-name basis with the local plug.
13. Her braids are so long they can sweep the floor.

Can you add any more to this exceptional list?

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‘I swept my wife off her feet with 50 bob’ Man proclaims

Back in 2018, a young woman on Twitter caused a storm after writing down the requirements a man must have to marry her.
She described how her future partner must live in the surbarb, own an apartment and a personal business, drive a fancy car and must be between the 21 to 29 age group.

People were angry and slammed her for being too ambitious.



One man revealed to Classic 105’s Mike Mondo, saying he would chase away the slay queen.

He noted how he was able to woo his wife with very little money.

wakati wetu the 80’s sh100 would do a whole date with the ladies. sasa technology na na hii miaka ndio imeleta ati lazima uwe na pesa mingi 

He continued narrating his dating experience:

soda ilikuwa kama shillingi tano hivi at national theatre na kenya cinema na dame ukimpatia ata fifty shillings anauliza when is the next offer either umencourage your wife. 

sas a hii mambo as the years went on mpaka unajua kama huna gari nzuri shauri yako 

I’m happy a whole chicken ilikuwa kama 45 chips ilikuwa twelve shillings an fifty cents 1980. and thats what i did to woo mine na tuko na yeye mpaka wa leo na tuko na three children. and we have not parted since then 

slay queen meme

So if he is not earning a six figure salary, what will he do for the slay queen?

sasa hii mambo hii ya ati lazima uwe na gari mzuri sijui ma V8, I tell them get lost get away from me!!

Is he being too harsh? And more importantly what has been your experience dating?

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The real reasons Kenyans don’t tell you about not visiting shags

When is the last time you went shags?

Be honest, probably several years.

This is something many of us are guilty of and it’s not because of distance.

Classic 105’s Mike Mondo opened up debate about this to listeners to tell the real reason why Kenyans no longer visit their ushago.

Mike wondered

Top 7 reasons why Kenyan women do not accompany their men to ‘shags’

If you are an 80’s baby, you will get this.

We lived for the moment of visiting shags.

But nowadays there is a trend among young people not being interested in visiting the village. If you ask them where they are going it’s Dubai or Mombasa. Infact if you see them in shags it’s for a ruracio.

It’s sad it’s your grandmother who gets into a bus to come to Nairobi to see you. It even used to be a big deal to take your babe to shags for Christmas. And I’m wondering :what’s happening. Why don’t young people visit the village anymore?

Why is it that as a young person going to shags on vacation is a no.. no?

A caller said

nowadays it’s not easy kwasababu kazi Nairobi ni ngumu sana afadhali utume pesa kwa mpesa. Kuwenda ushago saa hii the ladies we are marrying nowadays they don’t want to go shags.

Another said

I go shags every December and it’s a rule. Where I got married they have a rule every December you take your wife to shags.

Actress Nyce

Another said

I last went 20 years when my dad died in 99. This was the last time we went there.Before that we went every December but the reason why I stop going ni my relatives walinikosea. When my dad died there was family conflict. I hated my grandmother and my grandfather. I hated everyone on my dads side I swore never to go back there, so I have to get someone to show me direction there. The last time I was there I don’t remember anything.

Another said commenting on Twitter

Mike it depends with people who are there. Mike at our home area ppl are very demanding

Another said

The fact that I hate my grandmother so much makes me not go to that home it is so painful thaty our grandmother hates your kids so what is the reason to go shags, in kukuyu she calls her own children dogs it is that bad.


Another said

It’s a classic example of people not appreciating where they come from, people are hiding in towns. It’s because they are not investing in their kishagi and they wouldn’t find it dirty if they did. So let people go back to kishagi first.

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This woman made Maina Kageni leave the studio for a drink

It’s been said countless times that Kenyan women keep their children away from their fathers out of anger and pettiness.

But this isn’t the experience for one Kenyan women who made Maina leave the studio citing the need for a drink.

She narrated how she was forced to give up her one-year-old daughter to avoid fights with her  baby daddy.

It happened that in-laws wakaleta shida na you know ma mummys boys don’t want to listen to their ladies. It happened I had a daughter and she was so attached to daddy, and there was a fight about her. She ended up with him.

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He was told by the parent to take the child and they will take care of her.

She is with him, who lives with his parents. He went back to shags and the father searched a job for him so he is raising our daughter right now. I don’t see her, it’s been a year since I saw my daughter because I don’t want anything to do with them. 

I do miss her and sometimes when I call him, they don’t pick my call, siewzi enda huko itakuwa balaa to talk to those parents, even if we meet in the corridor we can’t even say hi. And she is four years and a half, I am okay with that I just told God to give me that piece of mind.

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A shocked Maina could not wrap his head around the fact that she gave up her year old baby, and doesn’t care to see her daughter anymore.

He stated

I need to get a drink

Dear Classic 105 fam, have you or anyone you know had such crazy family experiences? Talk to us.

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Jailed for stealing gun? Nairobi slay queen behind bars

It all started with a casual drink on January 6, 2019.But by the end of friendly banter between an outgoing policeman and his woman companion, the man had been drugged and robbed of his pistol.

On Friday, Makadara chief magistrate Heston Nyaga sentenced Lydia Njeri on her own plea of guilt to seven years in prison with no option of a fine.

Njeri admitted stealing a pistol and two mobile phones from an intelligence officer. She vanished into hiding for four months.

The magistrate said there is a big number of slay queens who prey on men by drugging and stealing from them.


He added that the case should serve as a lesson to those with similar character.

Njeri was sentenced to five years for possessing a firearm without a certificate and two years for stealing the pistol and phones from the officer.

In mitigation, she pleaded for forgiveness saying she was a single mother and her family depended on her.


The court heard that Peter Kilemi was approached by Njeri for a drink in a club and he obliged.

Little did Kilemi know that all that was a set up by  Njeri to steal from him.

The incident happened on January 6 when Kilemi stopped at Ndege View Restaurant in Utawala for “one for the road” as he chatted with friends.

Njeri first listened in to the chatter Kilemi had with his friends at the bar while seated at a nearby table. She then approached the table and requested Kilemi to buy her a drink. He obliged.

Her next request was if he could give her a ride to a safe place where she could take a boda boda home.

Kilemi agreed to but while on the road he felt dizzy and stopped the car off the road. The next morning he found himself alone in the car, with his pistol and phones missing.

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He reported the matter to the police who launched investigations, leading to Njeri’s arrest.

Njeri confessed in court that she didn’t know what she was stealing from the police officer.

The single mother of two admitted she stole a pistol worth Sh250,000, a magazine loaded with 15 bullets of 9mm calibre valued at Sh735 and two mobile phones worth Sh36,700.

Carolyne Kubwa/The Star

Tafuteni Mali Pole Pole: Kenyans tell campus girls dating married men

Just about everyone has an opinion about the sad end to the life of Sharon Otieno, the campus girl said to have died after being abducted.

From celebrities to other famous Kenyans, people are saying that campus girls’ desire to date married men is the cause of all their problems.

Some have even gone further to hare photos of the late Carol Ngumbu who died alongside IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando, her supposed sponyo.

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carol ngumbu msando girlfriend
21 yr old KMTC student Caroline Ngumbu

and also Mercy Keino the slain university student who was linked to a former Governor.

Mercy Keino, a student at the University of Nairobi who died on June 17

Kenyans have taken to Facebook to share their advice to young campus girls, urging them not to desire to live life in the fast lane:

Busheshe Omondi …Tafuteni Mali pole pole true

Mauricio Pochettino… ilinikataa akatafuta sponsor

Blessing Favour Mwenda…. POLITE NOTICE.
Don’t make a mistake to slay with a man who has a prayerful woman.
U will not enjoy the results

Samson DjFloods Ndira… Hawa ndio hu post hapa wakisema”siezi date mwanaume hana gari”

Joaneva Steve Steve ….sponyo wangu siachilii ata mjaribu kunistua,bora kufinya tumbo na matako iwe kubwa,hiyo ingine itajileta.with 1000 others…..
Joaneva Steve Steve… And this broke boychild nma machungu?

All That Glitters Is Surely Not Gold! Refugee Gets Arrested For Stealing Money To be An Instagram Slay Queen (Photos)

A Congolese asylum seeker claimed Ksh 2.44m in bogus benefits to fund her transformation into a social media fashion icon.
Tania Amisi, 27, defrauded 22 councils in a six-year crime spree using fake names and addresses.

The mother of three used the cash to rent a plush flat as she squandered the money on luxury holidays, designer clothes and a £25,000 handbag collection.

Tania Amisi

She showed off the spoils by posing for glamorous photoshoots, which she posted on Facebook, Instagram and other sites.
Admirers showered her with compliments on her good taste and enviable lifestyle.

Yesterday, Amisi was jailed for four years after being extradited from Paris, where she fled after pleading guilty to fraud in 2015.

She will give birth to a fourth child behind bars after a judge was told she was addicted to crime and its proceeds.
The single mother came to the UK from the Congo as an asylum seeker when she was just 12, Southwark Crown Court heard. Her family claimed her father had been assassinated and she was granted indefinite leave to remain and settled in London.

Tania AmisiBut she spent six years tricking councils into paying her housing and other benefits, submitting 37 claims. She used the names Tania Abidi, Becca Amisi and Tania Alicia with seven different credit cards linked to the four aliases and two Congolese passports.

Investigators put her under surveillance after she tried to cash several counterfeit cheques.

When they raided her Chelsea Harbour home they found her huge fashion collection and full length pictures of her in designer dresses. She had binged on goods at Prada, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Yves Saint Laurent.
At the bottom of her wardrobe were Givenchy and Dolce & Gabbana handbags.

Amisi also set up a false fashion company called Le Chateau Dior and used a fake name Tania Westwood to claim handouts from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

She blew some of the cash on holidays to the Congo, Ivory Coast, America, Egypt, Morocco, and Turkey.

Tania AmisiOfficials found she had put in applications for a further £65,000 in benefits which were never paid out. In interview she claimed she was supporting her lifestyle by working in a betting shop.

But after pleading guilty to some of her crimes she cut off her electronic tag, booked herself on to the Eurostar and went on the run in France and Belgium.

Her bank statements revealed she spent several nights at luxury hotels while bragging about her travels on Facebook.

In March she even featured in a BBC documentary called Britain on the Fiddle.

Four months later she was arrested in the French capital after being convicted of a further 17 fraud offences in her absence.

Tania AmisiAmit Karia, prosecuting, said: “Two addresses in Chelsea Harbour were raided and £25,000 worth of designer handbags were found at the properties. From this large sum of money stolen from this benefit fraud, she did live a lavish lifestyle and squandered that large quantity of money.”

Jailing her, Judge Michael Grieve said:

“The methods used to commit these frauds involved careful planning and an even increasing degree of complexity, involving false names and forged bank documents.The nature of this offending was fraudulent from the outset and committed to fund your lavish and extremely comfortable lifestyle. This was not a case of a person in dire financial straits submitting to temptation and making fraudulent claims to get by. You committed these offences to fund your very affluent lifestyle on holidays, restaurants and designer handbags and clothes. You had a flat in Chelsea paid for by your fraudulent activities and your son had all the material benefits he could want. Once discovered you could not face up to the consequences and you fled to mainland Europe until you were brought back.There’s very little evidence you have shown any remorse before you went to ground in Paris.”

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