Tiktok is one of popular social medias in Kenya and world in general. It is caught attention of more than millions users. Some use tiktok for leisure because they only log in to watch posted videos. While a big number use it is as a platform to show off their talents.
Azziad Nasenya is the latest celebrity to sprout out from Tiktok after performed ‘utawezana’ song where by her clip went viral as it was perfect and pure talent. This was maybe the start of her success because it led her securing a job in radio station.
On Sunday last week, she was invited by Daniel Ndambuki well known as Churchill to his show to explain more about herself. After explaining her personal life and such, she was ready to show Churchill how to do a Tiktok video. In a clip which NTV posted, she admits that teaching him (Churchill) was not easy but he finally got it.
In the clip, we can see Churchill trying many times and forgetting some steps. But let’s say he is a genius because it took less than ten minutes to learn. Here is the clip https://fb.watch/5ZvE3AUmG7/
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