Stivo Simple Boy has continued to impress Kenyans with his new dressing code.
Over the past one week he has been donning the famous cowboy outfit.
Today's dressing was irresistible as fans flooded in the comments section to praise him.
Some of the ladies openly expressed how they were admiring his classic outfit.
KMutai did an inquiry from the supplier of the clothes and it was approximated that he was wearing ten thousand Kenya Shillings.
The hat goes for one thousand, shirt 1000, belt 2,000 with boots and jacket retailing at 3,000 each.
Last week the Kibera based musician had an almost similar outfit when he went for a horse riding.
Below are some of the comments from the excited fans.
Musubi Ouma: Back up artist wa Samido. Big up yourself Stivo.
Amos Waka: Wewe invest! Wacha kupima watu.
Geff Lelei: Hapo kwa belt.
Kemunto Nyamiaka: Unatesa kabisa.
Kiptiony Brian: Looking great.
Kosgei Elly: Either! Kwani ni kesho?
Charity Mukami: Stivo giving Kenyans women sleepless nights... ausio.
On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate this outfit (1being worst, 10 being best).
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