Fans want answers after noticing The Trend host Amina Abdi’s legs are darker than her face

Bubbly TV presenter Amina Abdi is a bold woman. The Trend host, who is known for her fashion sense recently left many talking for days after a photo of her looking totally different went viral.

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In the photo making rounds on social media, Amina Abdi appears to have a visible discrepancy between her face and whole body.

Could it be a case of makeup fail? Did the makeup artist use lighter products than her complexion?

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Anyway, below is the photo of Amina Abdi back in the day compared to now; has she maintained her original complexion?

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Amina Abdi has not yet spoken about the rumors that she has bleached and a social media user shared the photo and wrote:

“My loves, what is going on here? her face doesn’t match her legs hahaha.”

another one commented:

“I saw her Insta story jana and thought there was something odd but then again, I convinced myself it is shadows.”

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‘One Song Made Them Think I’m Trash,’ Jimmy Gait Weeps Uncontrollably On Live TV, Claims Kenyans Are Ungrateful

Popular gospel singer Jimmy Gait was last night’s guest on The Trend where he spoke about his latest single dubbed ‘Love’, the local entertainment industry among other things.

During the interview, the musician who rose to fame after releasing a single titled ‘Huratete’ in 2011, was asked how he feels about being trolled by Kenyans for his funny song titles.

Gait nearly came to tears while explaining to Anita Nderu, who was sitting in for Larry, that the latest incident made him feel like he is trash.

The award-winning gospel musician said he didn’t anticipate the negative reactions that he received from Kenyans after debuting ‘Yesu Ndiye Sponsor’.

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He said his songs are about real life situations from a Christian’s perspective, adding that he was shocked by the reactions that he got from netizens the next morning.

“I WOKE UP IN THE MORNING AND I WAS TRENDING LIKE I HAD NEVER SEEN BEFORE. TO TELL YOU THE TRUTH, I WAS GOING THROUGH THE TIMELINE AND I’M LIKE JESUS WHAT’S THIS AND IT WAS SO DIFFICULT FOR ME,” GAIT SAID.

He went on to add that he more startled that Kenyans had forgotten all the good songs that he has done for them and were now insulting him and saying all sorts of things about him.

Gait told Anita that he really felt bad because he’s also a human being who has emotions while trying to fight back tears from his eyes.

Watch the interview below courtesy of NTV.