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Photos Of Kenya's Top TikTok Sensations: Facts About Them.

TikTok has revolutionized social media since its launch in 2018, attracting people from all walks of life to become one of the most popular social media Apps. With the Covid-19 pandemic and the imposition of curfews, social media has taken a step forward, with many Kenyan content creators joining the networking service and gaining a large following.

Nasenya Azziad

Azziad Nasenya, Kenya's most famous TikToker, is known for her bubbly personality, infectious smile, and killer dance moves. She went viral with her Utawezana dance challenge and has since appeared in TV shows and advertisements, all while entertaining her TikTok fans.

King Tammie

This Kenyan TikTok queen has over 60,000 TikTok followers, and her influence on the platform is undeniable. She participates in fun challenges and has impressive dance moves, jamming to music and mimicking other creative and trendy dance moves.


The famous Kenyan musician keeps the audience entertained by filming new videos of himself doing crazy and funny things. Avril's videos are mostly about lip-syncing to funny dialogue, and one of her well-choreographed uploads drew a lot of attention due to its inventiveness.

Jenny Kairetu

Jenny has given TikTok comedy a whole new meaning. While she participates in the occasional viral challenge, she has carved out a niche for herself in the platform's crowded category with her creative and hilarious videos.

Polly Wachira

"Just a regular degular shmegular girl Kenya," says Polly on her TikTok profile. She quickly becomes one of Kenya's most popular TikTok stars, with over 150,000 followers. Polly posts a variety of content, and unlike other influential TikTokers, she is multitalented, as evidenced by her amazing stories and reactions.

Moya David

Moya David's TikTok account is brimming with life. Moya has become a well-known figure on the internet, with clips ranging from dancing alongside fruit and vegetable vendors in our local markets to brightening the face of a police officer. He is well-known for approaching strangers on the street and charming them into joining him in a dance or simply cheering them up. With over 450,000 followers on the popular app and an impressive 5.3 million likes, the content creator and choreographer demonstrates his expertise in his chosen field.

Lit Boy

Only Lit Boy, for the uninitiated, bursts into a crowd wearing his trademark headphones and begins screaming lyrics from popular songs. Only Lit Boy began singing in the streets last August, inspired by a desire to do something different. Only Lit Boy's video on Tiktok received 1.2 million likes after being inspired by his dance partners, as he is also a dancer. "My first singing video was Sipangwingwi." "The responses gave me the motivation I needed to keep going," he says. Despite the fact that many people in the audience were impressed by his stunt, Only Lit Boy claims there was one man in the audience who was disappointed.

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