Famous Kenyan musician Nadia Mukami has elicited mixed reactions from her followers after she was spotted in an outfit which made her look like a butterfly. On a photo which was shared on social media platforms by one of her fans who wore a black jumper with Nadia's picture printed on it, the artist was seen in a light blue dress with wings like a butterfly.
The picture was then shared by local media on their social media platforms and Kenyans could not help but react. They flooded the comment section with words only majoring on the artist's outfit. Majority of social media users stated that the comedian needs to change her stylist. Many of them told her that she looks like a butterfly.
Kenyans on Facebook said that, even though they love Nadia's songs she should improve on her dressing or hire another fashion stylist. Nadia wore this outfit during her performance in busia county. Here are a few reactions from Kenyans:
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