#TBT: Photos of 10 Kenyan celebrities when they were babies

#TBT: Photos of 10 Kenyan celebrities when they were babies

When Sauti Sol unleashed their #TBT picture a few weeks ago, one fan joked that nobody is ugly – they are just broke.

This got us wondering how our local celebs looked before the money started streaming in.

This week, we decided to go way way back…to when the celebs were children. Take a look at how some of your favourite TV personalities looked when they were wee tots.

Betty Kyallo-Okari


Who pinched Mama Ivanna – where is the smile that is usually inked on her face?

 Julie Gichuru


Wow! Look at her eyes. Doesn’t baby Julie look like she knows she will be great one day? Having had an extensive broadcast career spanning all of Kenya’s top newsrooms, Julie Gichuru has come a long way from this adorable baby photo.

Lulu Hassan


Citizen Television’s Lulu Hassan seemingly understands best Friedrich Nietzsche’s phrase that says: “There is an innocence in admiration: it occurs in one who has not yet realized that they might one day be admired.”

Brenda Wairimu


She was chubby back then… Where did the cheeks disappear to? Too much acting I guess…

Huddah Monroe


She is one the most popular socialites in the East Africa region and that camera-friendly face has not changed much over the years.

DJ Joe Mfalme


The spin master has not changed much, has he?



Kibera-born Octopizzo Namba Nane did not know that one day he would attract a huge following back when the first picture was taken. Now he’s be given awards that he hardly needs…

Bryan Chweya


Now we know where Elani’s Bryan Chweya got his looks from. Isn’t he a photocopy of his dad?

Crème De La Crème


Look at his jeans, the polo-neck shirt, the sports shoes and how he has posed. This man Crème De La Crème’s swag dates back to when he was young.

Willis Raburu


Before Willis Raburu knew #Truthmeter…


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