Then vs Now: Your favorite Kenyan celebrities, YouTubers before and after fame

Then vs Now: Your favorite Kenyan celebrities, YouTubers before and after fame

A side-by-side-image of comedians Eric Omondi and Churchill before fame. PHOTOS | COURTESY

  • Seth Gor is a Kenyan social media influencer who first gained recognition by acting vines.
  • Nancy Mwai does not shy away from reminding herself and her fans how she looked before fame hit.
  • Azziad is one of the most followed Kenyan influencers on all social media platforms.

Seth Gor

Seth Gor is a Kenyan social media influencer who first gained recognition by acting vines.

Seth started doing vines after coming across American vines, which were famous at the time, and particularly he wanted to replicate then popular viner King Bach.

Seth has since gotten brand partnership deals with top companies, and has also recently partnered with a fashion brand for a shoe collaboration.

Through his Instagram page, Seth displays his love for fashion, particularly suits, and often refers to himself as the Duke of Kendu Bay.

Nancy Mwai

Kenyan businesswoman and influencer Nancy Mwai does not shy away from reminding herself and her fans just how she looked before fame hit.

The ‘Shop new level’ owner regularly posts her photos before being a Kenyan fashion icon accompanied by long emotional messages of hope to her fans.


Azziad Nasenya

Azziad Nasenya is one of the most followed Kenyan influencers on all social media platforms.

The influencer rose to fame after her video dancing to Femi One’s hiot pandemic song ‘Utawezana’ went viral.

Azziad currently has 1.4 million followers on Instagram and 1.7 million others on Tiktok, making her the most followed Kenyan on the platform.

Azziad has not only gained followers but has also improved on her fashion game since she became famous.


Njugush

Timothy Kimani, well known as Njugush, is one of the most paid influencers in Kenya, this one can tell from his physical change.

Njugush, who was once a small-bodied man, has since gained some muscle to match his wallet.

Njugush first gained recognition on the show ‘Househelps of Kawangware’ and later on decided to start his own YouTube channel.

The comedian currently has over 550,000 subscribers on YouTube and 2.1 million followers on Instagram.