Kenyan famous digital influencer, Yvette Obura have caused controversy on social media after deciding to post a picture of herself without make up. Yvette's photo elicited reactions from fans since this was the first time her followers saw her without makeup. Obura has been on the limelight for sometime now. This is since she publicly revealed that musician Bahati is the father of of her child, Mueni. Well, the mother of one have shared a picture of herself which left her fans talking.
Yvette have posted a picture showing her in a car. The business woman added a caption just beside the picture. On the caption, she revealed that this is the first time she is sharing a picture online without make up nor filters. Obura claimed that she just wanted to show her fans how certain oil product have helped to make her face smooth.
As seen on the comment section of Yvette's post, netizens reacted. Majority complemented her on how beautiful she looks without make up. They encouraged her to embrace no make up rule. Here is the full post.
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