Azziad Nasenya Wafula is a Kenyan actress, social media celebrity, and content producer. Kenya's TikTok Queen, as she is affectionately known. She's been active since the year 2019.
Here are some of the Kenyan celebrities who contributed to her You Tube channel's "shoe game show."
The Kenyan politician, a disability advocate, and a former Nominated Senator in Kenya's Senate who represented Persons with Disabilities were hosted in the shoe game show together with her wife Mukami Mwaura to tell a story behind their shoes.
2. Tanasha Donna
Tanasha, a Kenyan entrepreneur with origins in the modeling and design industries as well as a singer, discussed the story behind her shoes as well as the shoes she wore to Diamond Platnumz's concert.
3.Milly and Kabi Wajesus.
The Kenyan Youtubers who have been an internet sensation thanks to their chemistry pranked Azziad on her show.
4. Sandra Adacha
The Kenyan actress who is commonly known as "Silprosa" in a Tv show called Aunty Boss. On the Azziad shoe game, she admits to stealing shoes from her boyfriend.
On her game show, Azziad invited Jalang'o, a radio host, to say his tale about his shoes.
After seeing his set of shoes, Azziad commented that no Kenyan celebrity has an octopizzo shoe game.
Azziad hosted Khaligraph the Kenyan rapper on her shoe game to tell his story behind his shoes.
6. King Kalala
King Kalala, a Kenyan Youtuber and radio host, said that she didn't have an outstanding shoe game in the Azziad show.
The Kenyan musician was interviewed on the Azziad shoe game and explained why she wore so many heels.
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