Kenya’s pop culture has resigned itself to accepting that big is beautiful.
After all, every blog, vlog or social media post is about enhancing this or making that asset curvier or even raising funds to get it surgically modified.
Gone are the days when slim was beautiful. The script has been flipped. B.I.G is now beautiful. Period.
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Complete with the wobbly derriere, snatched waist and thunder thighs. The louder the thunder, the sexier the damsel.
That said, the entertainment arena is blessed by women who are immensely talented in their craft but their hips tell most of the stories and like Shakira said, “Hips don’t lie”
How about we take a look at stunning Kenyan female celebrities who are never afraid to flaunt their curvy bodies.
Check them out below:
1. Grace Msalame
The former TV personality and now social media influencer has long gotten used to the stares she receives anytime she steps out for a public function. Her voluptuous curves – all God-given by the way – have seen her become the brand ambassador for popular clothing line Vivo Wear.
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2. Neomi Nganga
The celebrated actress and plus-size model, who is known for showing off her curves, has many times confessed that she loves her body just the way it is. She works out once in a while to stay healthy. She also makes swanky outfits for plus-size women.
3. Pierra Makena
She is not only beautiful but is one of the curviest female celebrities in Kenya. The mother of one is trying to shed off the baby fat but she still looks fabulous
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4. Sheila Mwanyigha
The media personality has always been a curvy woman. At some point, she posted photos of her body looking snatched and the interwebs went wild.
5. Risper Faith
Risper is too curvaceous she sought the services of a doctor to reduce some of the sauce she got from her mother. But if mother nature gives you hips that doesn’t go away. Hata na dawa.