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Power Of Make Up - See Kenyan Male Celebrities Who Look Perfect With Female Outfits

Crossdressing had become very common in recent times. Some celebrity men, most especially comedians are finding it very okay to do. This may mean that getting into a female character attracts a large following or is easy to perform. Also, it saves the actor's money as playing both man and lady in a clip is cheaper than hiring someone.

1. Flaqo.

He plays more than four characters in his comedy. Mama Otis and Otis sister are both female characters in his "family", a role he plays perfectly. Some even doubt if mama Otis doesn't exist in real life. The famous Flaqo Raz is one of the fastest upcoming Kenyan comedians of our time. He is the talented and funny Mama Otis that most people have seen rising from simple beginnings to big screens. The creativity behind Flaqo’s hilarious clips is now on another level, thanks to his ability to play several characters. 

2. Eric Omondi.

The famous comedian was among the first to cross dress,which made some people judge him. He however didn't give up and even gave courage to others to try. Eric Omondi Ongao popularly known as Eric Omondi (born September 17, 1977) is a former Kenyan international footballer. He was born in Kondele, Kenya on March 9, 1985. Kenyan comedian who posts satirical and musical comedy videos to his YouTube channel. He has amassed over 400,000 subscribers on his YouTube account.

3.Pro Fate Comedy.

The upcoming comedian breaks acts imitating the patanisho ladies and also acting as a lady called " nyaimbo". 

4. Kinuthia.

He's a famous tiktoker and had caused a stir online after claims of him 'eating fare' emerged. He however admits that this is purely for entertainment purpose. 

5. Terence Creative.

The celebrated content creator also makes clips on dresses and a person who doesn't know him will assume he's a woman. 

Content created and supplied by: KevinGatesKenya (via Opera News )

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