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Did Keroche heiress Anerlisa hire a Bentley for birthday photoshoot?

Renowned for her opulent lifestyle and extravagant celebrations, Anerlisa Muigai, the heiress of Keroche Breweries, once again took social media by storm with her recent lavish birthday festivities.

The business mogul, who just turned 36, shared a series of stunning pictures featuring a sleek black Bentley, leaving fans and followers in awe.

Despite the breathtaking visuals, speculation arose regarding whether the high-end vehicle truly belonged to Anerlisa or was merely part of an elaborate birthday photoshoot.

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The entrepreneur had previously addressed rumours surrounding a similar-looking Bentley in a 2022 rant, clarifying that the vehicle was not hers and dismissing claims of an auction at her Lavington residence.

“I really do not like to respond back to rumors and look like I am proving points, but I have to respond to this. It’s quite unfortunate that my posts today had to come after the story was told yesterday, but what most people do not know is that every post I post on my page is scheduled…The Bentley is not mine… I never claimed I owned it. Those who know me, know that I like my peaceful life and a quiet one, the last thing I want is any drama,” explained Anerlisa during the previous clarification.

However, her recent birthday celebration once again featured a luxurious automobile, sparking intrigue and speculation among fans about its ownership.

Last year, Anerlisa celebrated her birthday posing with a top-of-the-range Mercedes G-Wagon, showcasing her penchant for luxury and making a statement on her special day.

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Despite her lavish lifestyle, Anerlisa Muigai also revealed the financial challenges associated with maintaining such high-end vehicles.

Surprisingly, she shared a jaw-dropping bill of Sh1.6 million for recent Range Rover repair costs, cautioning fellow luxury car owners against cutting corners in maintaining these top-tier automobiles.

“Maintaining the car is usually an expense. These quoted parts are required to be changed every two to three years,” she emphasized.

While Anerlisa is often associated with her luxury vehicles, she disclosed a surprising chapter from her past – her last experience aboard a matatu.

“Last time I boarded a matatu, I was 19 na niliibiwa (I got robbed). It was my first time and last,” she recalled with a smile, sharing a glimpse into her earlier experiences before the opulence that now defines her lifestyle.