They normally say my dressing code my choice. But their is a division of clothing based on genders. Though now days this culture is fading away, but most of us have grown up knowing that ladies are supposed to wear skirts and Men are supposed to wear trousers. Now days there are men who wear dresses and look dope in them and their are ladies who dress like men and look dope in Men outfits. Here are two Kenyan Celebrities who have never been spotted in public or any where, wearing dresses.
She is a former Tahidi High actress, and also at a point she was a journalist. Makena is a lesbian and she admitted it publicly that she is a lesbian. Makena has never been spotted in public Wearing a dress. She always dress like men, and she always looks cute and dope. Here are some dope photos of Makena rocking in Men Attires.
She is one of the famous female artists in Kenya, she is a legend in the music industry and most of her songs are bangers. Fena Gitu usually dress like Men (tom boy). She rare wear dresses. Here are Photos of Fena Gitu rocking in her dope attires.
Those are two famous female celebrities in Kenya, Who rare wear dresses as compared to other female celebrities.
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