All renowned people had lives before to becoming wealthy and well-known, some of which were excellent and some of which were not so nice.
Many people are motivated to strive for a better life by superstars who enjoy being in the spotlight and who glow up after becoming wealthy and well-known.
The late Steven Kanumba and fena Gitu are just a couple of the Kenyan and Tanzanian superstars who have gone through such a transformation.
Steven Charles Kanumba, a Sukuma actor and filmmaker from Tanzania, was born in the Shinyanga region. Actress Elizabeth Michael was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in November 2017 and given a two-year prison sentence for the death of Kanumba in 2012 at the age of 28. His funeral was attended by, at least, about 30,000 people. He was referred to as "Tanzania's most well-known film star" and acted in Nollywood productions.
Here are some of his images from before he became wealthy and had access to money.
Following her participation in the music contest Coke Studio Africa, Fena became well-known. She is also well known for being a world music singer and songwriter. In 2018, she released the well-liked song "Trouble."
Before becoming famous, she took first place in the 2008 Fete de la Musique singing competition.
View her vintage photo down below.
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