Meet our inlaw! All about Elsa Majimbo’s new mzungu bae
US-based Kenyan comedienne Elsa Majimbo has introduced her mzungu bae to her social media fans and in-laws.
The 21-year-old superstar took to her social media pages last night to flaunt cute photos as she penned a lovely message about her bearded lover.
In her post, Elsa praised her man who she said has shown her what love looks like.
“Thank you for bringing me so much happiness, love, and joy,” she wrote.
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In one of the videos, Elsa’s bae is blow-drying her hair.
“Thank you for showing me what love looks like. Thank you for doing my hair and playing chess with me and buying me things (my favourite) I love you so.”
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Nairobi News has uncovered the hot bae who stole Elsa Majimbo’s heart.
Majimbo’s bae is identified as DJ Hkeem and he is a producer and a DJ by profession according to his social media bio.
He resides in Los Angeles, California.
Responding to her post, DJ Hkeem wrote, “You’re the best girlfriend, partner and friend I could ask for! A superwoman! I’m so happy the universe brought you into my life! I love you baby.”
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Elsa rarely talks about her love life, nor posts anything about it.
However, in July 2021, she hinted that she was taken after she posted a cosy photo with a man and added a love sticker to the photo.
In September this year, the talented comedian said she did not intend to come back in Kenya due to the rocky relationship she has with Kenyans.
In an interview with Forbes Magazine, Majimbo said her blowing up to become a global star did not sit well with some Kenyans who she termed as colorists.
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Majimbo said she had left Kenya after she saw it unfit to continue with her career.
Majimbo added that she would come back to visit her family but would never come back to live here.
“They were hell-bent on my failure. When the whole world was cheering me on Kenya was praying for my downfall so when I got the chance, I packed my bags and left. I’ll go to see my family but I left and I’m never going back.”
Her recent post has been well received by most of her followers including Kenyan celebrities who have congratulated her.
She rose to fame at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic when she used to post short videos of herself illustrating different scenarios.
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