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Skinny And Beautiful: Slim Female Kenyan Celebrities

While Kenya has a host of thick female celebrities, there’s also this other section of slim and beautiful babes.

A look at their social media platforms depicts women who, despite body-shaming, are not shy of flaunting their petite body.

Be it in official wear, casual wear or even bikinis and swimsuits, these celebrities have a way of giving the most.

In this article, WoK looks at slim and beautiful female Kenyan celebrities.

Rue Baby

Also known as Celine Dion Okello, Rue Baby is a model and businesswoman.

The model has never shied away from flaunting her body online.

In June 2021, the beautiful lass called out women who body-shammed her for being skinny, noting that not everyone is strong enough to take the trolling thus people should be careful about what they say to others.

“So the best thing is to be negative and make you feel bad about yourself. You need to develop thick skin. Don’t let the words get to you. You are beautiful just the way you are darling,” Rue Baby wrote.

Rue Baby

Maxine Wabosha

Maxine Wabosha is a podcaster, vlogger, make-up artist and mechanical engineering student.

She begun her social media journey at a young age, showcasing her prowess in make up, and her interest in the beauty industry.

Wabosha was recently put on the spot for reportedly underdressing for Fenty event, but she was quick to defend herself noting;

“About my dress at the Fenty launch event, I thought I was well dressed. In fact leaving the house I felt very good about my outfit so I do not get why you all would bash me like that. But I understand, people have different tastes.”

Maxine Wabosha

Jacky Vike

Jackie Vike, alias Awinja is an actress, content creator and entrepreneur.

She is famed for her role on Citizen TV drama series, Pala Shirandula where she played the role, Awinja Nyamwalo.

The mother of one is also known for her unique fashion that complements her petite body.

Jacky Vike


Wangechi is a Kenyan rapper famed for her involvement in King Kaka’s Ligi Soo Remix back in 2013.

The rapper is also known for her 10-track EP, Don’t Consume if the Seal is Broken, which includes Tusker Beer theme song, Here’s to Us.


Noti Flow

Born Natalie Florence, Noti Flow is a rapper and reality show actress known for her role on local reality show, Nairobi Diaries.

In August 2020, the rapper slammed men who body-shame skinny women.

“I have seen men, body-shaming girls, especially those with a small booty. I mean, who does that. That is so backwards. That is why I am encouraging all the girls to be happy and glow,” Noti Flow said.

Noti Flow

Elodie Zone

Elodie Zone is a model and content creator.

As a content creator, she vlogs and documents her life, with her content mainly revolving around travel, mental wellness, skincare and hair.

Zone has previously been romantically involved with Sol Generation singer Nviiri The Storyteller and former President Mwai Kibaki’s grandson, Sean Andrew.

Elodie Zone

Foi Wamboi

Foi Wamboi is an actress, TV host, brand influencer and a content creator.

Most of her acting gigs range between being a 15-year-old and a 26-year-old, thanks to her petite body frame.

Foi has been featured on among others Sincerely Daisy, Crime and Justice, Kutu and Morning After.

Foi Wambui

Brenda Wairimu

Brenda Wairimu is an actress, entrepreneur and model.

She has played many roles in both local and international films, some showcasing on Netflix.

The mother of one is also an entrepreneur, with a hand in the beauty and fashion industry.

Brenda Wairimu

Njambi Koikai

Njambi Koikai, also known as Jahmby Fayah Mummah is a radio presenter and events emcee.

She is also a champion for endometriosis having survived the life-threatening illness after multiple surgeries and procedures.

Jahmby Koikai