Fashion is a form of self expression at a particular place or period of clothing, footwear, hairstyle, makeup and body posture. It is basically putting on something that is trending. Celebrities often step out in different attires and lifestyles and most of the time cause admiration among their fans. However some of them at some point show up in funny attires that leaves their fans talking.
Nadia Mukami is a celebrated Kenyan female artist and a songwriter. She is know for her hit song 'Radio Love'. She is a fashionable lady and has been admired by fans but today she stepped out in a funny attire that has left netizens talking. The blue attire to many people looks like a butterfly. Check the photo below.
A section of netizens have commented to her that her dresser should be arrested. This is what they had to say.
John Tehh, "Whoever dresses this woman should be arrested."
Halako Hiribae, "Parachute kind of."
Professor Omollo, "Sometimes fundis do disappoint, Hope her fundi got accurate."
Damaris Moragwa, "Kwani anaenda kuperform ndani ya maji." Below are the screenshots.[Photo|courtesy]
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