Kenyan celebrities are well known for their lavish lifestyle and new hairstyle every time. We have experienced many celebs doing their hair in a way that attracted controversy among Kenyans. The likes of Willy Paul, Hart the band and Eric Omondi have tried new hairstyles that resemble that of women. Recently, we saw comedian Eric Omondi wearing weave on his head and had applied makeup on his face.[Photo Courtesy]
The recent casuality of these trending fashions is Mutahi Kagwe's son Kahush. In a photo he posted on his Instagram account, he was seen wearing a weave. We however do not know if Kahush was serious or just seeking public attention. Nowadays in Kenya dressing code has been a matter of talks as some men are embracing women way of dressing.[Photo Courtesy]
Some fans went ahead to make fun of him as they claim that he has followed his father's advice. According to them, he is treating his hair abnormally because if he treats it normally, it will treat him abnormally. Others said that something very wrong is happening to him and he need to change immediately. Is Kahush's new hairstyle worth his respect? Share your comments and likes with us.
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