Shoes are always a good way to add up on a nice outfit just to bring a different taste and look to it or to make the outfit complete. There are many big shoe companies and most of our celebrities like to put on their products, from Nick to Adidas to Prada among many other brands. Here are some Kenyan celebrities who have a remarkable shoe game.
The radio presenter from Kiss FM has been seen in many of his photos rocking some cool shoes to compliment his look. In an interview the presenter said that he owns close to 3,000 pairs of shoes. In my opinion if we were looking for the king of shoe game Jalang'o could be my best bet.
The Kenya rapper and the Yes bana hit maker can not be left out when speaking of shoes. In his photos he always completes his look with nice looking shoes. Some time in February this year the rapper said that he had bought a pair of shoes worth 30,000ksh in an interview.
Octopizzo is also a king when it comes to shoes. From official wears all the way to some casual wears as seen in most if his music videos and his photos.
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