In Kenya and the rest of the world, ladies have the right to dress and express themselves the way they want. But here in Kenya, most people see it as weird when ladies decide to dress just like men.
Most people would question why these ladies would have decided to dress like men. But at the end of the day, these ladies are just expressing themselves where they are comfortable. Below are the ladies;
Quincy Icon is known for being a professional dancer here in Kenya. Most people got to know her during the Maria Citizen TV show because we saw her interacting with the actors who featured in the Maria show, like Margie Maria, her real name being Dorea Chege, and the main actor of Maria, Yasmin.
She has been dressing like a man from back in the days, and we've never seen her dress like a lady apart from this one incident when she was featured on Dorea Chege YouTube channel.
If you are a Kenyan TikTok fan, I bet you've not missed seeing this TikTok sensation every time you peruse through new feeds.
Riziki does comedy skits on TikTok which always entertains many. Apart from that, she also does a little bit of dancing.
When it comes to her dressing, the TikTok star dresses differently compared to other ladies. A while back, we would see her dress normal but changed along the way and started dressing like a man.
Fena is among one the best artists here in Kenya who have been able to work hard to be able to build their brand. Apart from being a celebrated artist, she is also the founder of Phenomenal Style.
When it comes to her dressing, she has been able to dress like a man from back in the day. Kenyans being Kenyans were speculating if she belongs to the LGBTQ community. According to Fena, her sexuality she said it's a personal issue.
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