This afternoon, Kenyan musician Juliank has taken to his Instagram stories and posted a handsome photo of himself getting a hair makeover. The famous musician can be seen sitted calmly on his seat, as a hair artist is working on his hair.Juliani has been making headlines for the past few days, after he revealed that her current girlfriend Lilian Nganga made the first move. Speaking about his relationship with her, Juliani stated that the two had initially met on a formal level, and Lilian Nganga asked for his number afterwards. The two continued talking for sometimes until they decided to see each other. After making their relationship public, Juliani's life was constantly threatened by unknown people, as they wanted him to leave Lilian alone."Urembo sometimes". Read Juliani's caption. Don't he look handsome? Do you frequently get a makeover? Kindly share with us your opinion in the comment section below. Dont forget to like our page for more news.
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