Kenyan actress Victoria Kimani had tongues wagging after the release of her cover of Kizz Daniel’s #fvckyouchallenge. The cover sees the Chocolate City singer slamming Mavin queen Tiwa Savage, saying she is too old to still be acting sexy and sleeps around.
This of course did not sit well with Tiwa who asides having major support form fans online, replied Kimani with a photo of her latest feat, the purchase of a brand new car.
Not long after Tiwa posted a photo of the car, Kimani unable to control her temper, again took to Twitter to slam Tiwa’s latest purchase saying she knows how the Keke Love crooner got the car.
Kimani alluded that Tiwa, who is a mum of one, sleeps with old men who in return gifts her with luxurious gifts.
Having material things will never make me envy you…especially knowing what you had to do to get it gurl…wrinkly married balls slapping on your chin.”
The battle is still ongoing as more and more people have used this opportunity too drag the singer.
However, here are 5 things we are sure you did not know about Victoria Kimani.
- The singer was born July 28, 1985 to clergy parents in Los Angeles, California . Kimani grew up partly in Benin City, Nigeria, and is the eldest of three kids. She has two brothers Kimya Miaki and Bamboo. She is signed to Audu Maikori’s Chocolate City label.
- Kimani started singing at the age of 9 and at the age of 16, began performing alongside other church choir members.
- The Kenyan singer recorded her first song at the age of 16 titled ‘how I feel.’ This was before the singer’s dad bought her a tape to record with in the house.
- At the age of 17, Victoria Kimani was the backup singer for a number of top notch gospel artiste and was fortunate to go on tour with her to different countries.
- 5. The singer is also a songwriter and has written so many songs for a number of foreign artistes. Speaking on her song writing skills in an interview with NotJustOK, the Chocolate City First Lady as she is called said; “If I was going to make a song for the Nigerian market for example, I don’t see there being a problem in using pidgin, If I wanted to make a song for a Tanzanian or Kenyan, I could speak in Swahili, I think that is what shows diversity as an artist.”
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