Huddah Monroe aka mistress of all trades, is never afraid to speak her mind, but her latest statement may just be completely out of line-even for her! …
Everybody knows Huddah right now, in Kenya that is. She began her trade way before she shot to fame. Most of you won’t believe this but she was in Jaguar’s smash hit ‘Nimetoka mbali’ featuring Tanzania’s AY. Huddah began making headlines with her online personality of posing for some nude photos and the likes. Controversy was her middle name. She was that ‘bad gal’. Then she got a chance to represent Kenya in the Big Brother Africa in South Africa back in 2013.
Many saw Huddah as just fame-hungry, with all that she was doing. She used to hang out with Prezzo so much and soon we saw her in BBA (Not that Prezzo sent her there, no? But she was learning the trade). She then sent tongues wagging when some compromising photos of her and Colonel Mustapha surfaced. But watching closely, you realize that she had strategy. Slowly but surely, she was gaining popularity, and she was using the popularity to create a market for her products.
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Currently Huddah is not a socialite, I mean, you can’t see her very often posing nude or doing such stuff any more. Huddah is an entrepreneur. She has her own cosmetics that are becoming a favorite to many, she has her own slimming tea that she even shared with Foreign Affairs CS Amina Mohammed and also, she is a marketer for different companies. Vera Sidika might be going round the world having fun, but indeed Huddah is going round getting deals and making money. For instance, she is headed to Cameron soon to promote her cosmetics, she’s been to New York and all that. This lady has indeed evolved.
The mistress of all traders, Huddah Monroe has had some scary moments in her life. She has just revealed that she had to undergo a life saving operation after she developed complications from a previous surgery. This is the reason she had to travel to California.
“I could’ve died but I’m well now,” says Huddah.
She went under the knife at the popular Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Group. The beauty took to Instagram to reveal the details of what happened while she was in Beverly Hills. Pausing next to one of the doctors, the former socialite posted this on the gram.
This should be a message to everyone that going under the knife for cosmetic purposes is not something to be taken lightly. If you have something you want to change about your appearance try going the natural way first, it is always best.
It’s common for artistes to venture into business once they make a name. This is especially common in musicians who decide to get into business and use their big name to sell their products, Beats by Dre for instance.
However, in the recent past we have seen celebrities getting into beauty products. Male and female alike.
Socialite Huddah Monroe recently launched her @Huddahcosmetics online, selling lipstics bearing her name. Before dust would settle, she came with weight loss tea.
2. Diamond Platinumz.
The Utanipenda hit-maker is well-known worldwide and doesn’t wish to let that big name go to waste. Diamond launched his perfume “Chibu” few days ago, the name coming from his acronym ‘Chibu Dangote’. He applies this perfume before his shows and talks about it whenever he gets the chance.
Bad girl Riri is the latest to venture into the beauty business. Her perfumes have gone on sale, bearing the name “Kiss’ perfumes. This must be inspired by her famous release “Kiss It Better”.
More celebrities are getting into business, and beauty seems to be their focus.
All work and… no money!
Have you noticed that ours is a generation where people who are ‘not working’ earn more than people who are sweating it out? Well, this may be a misconception. However, he truth is that current entrepreneurs are earning, not because they spend energy and lots of cash to get something done but, simply because of opportunities! Talking of opportunities, you do not have to look further than the internet.The internet has revolutionized entrepreneurship (in the truest form of that statement). Here are five jobs that never existed but are now ‘full time’ jobs, thanks to the internet.
Consider a bank, or a politician. The latter needs clients and the former needs voters. These two, however, are not very familiar with social media. Banks have old men and women at the helm, while most of these politicians are pretty aged as well. But most of the investors and voters are of this young age, always on facebook, whatsapp, twitter, Instagram et al. So these two need somebody to manage their social media pages for them. As in, if a politician goes for a harambee and ‘becomes sufficiently philanthropic’, then his/her facebook page should have a screaming line like ‘Met with Jitegemee Youth Group today and helped raise 2 million for their projects’. It is a vote hunting spree, nothing close to philanthropy… and this is where the ‘social media manager’ comes in. his work is to ensure the boss’s social media is abuzz. Of late, banks have taken the cue
We all know Xtiandela. We even follow him on twitter and Instagram and sometimes develop follow trains dubbed, “#Gainwithxtiandela”. He has become a bigwig that gets invites to TV shows. Well, what’s the one outstanding thing about Xtiandella? He developed a mammoth loyal following online, kept them abreast and…started collecting cheques! Just like that. Like Dela, we have other young guys who have huge following on social media, attracting even corporates to use them in advertising their new products and upcoming events. The cliche ‘smiling all the way to the bank’ became a reality with the coming of internet. All you need to have is a huge social media following then just sleep, wake up and tweet about a given product as scheduled, then go back to sleep then wake up and go to the bank. Simple.
A blogger can have a site, separate from social media, where he/she rants about some stuff. Like politics. We have political bloggers. As the country gears towards election, bloggers are busy attacking the opposition. And you know what, a blogger is in most cases young, passionate about something but most importantly, after money. If you lose a blogger to the other camp, you lose big time because the public raises its eyebrows. Renowned bloggers in Kenya include Robert Alai, Cyprian Nyakundi and Jim Bonnie. But we then have non-controversial bloggers. Writers, like bikozulu. They write creative stories for an audience that is waiting, and their sites are always having adverts which earn them lots of money.
Wait, who is a socialite? What makes one? And do we have kids out there who want to be socialites ‘when they grow up’? A socialite is someone like Verah Sidika, or Huddah Monroe. Or even Zari Hassan (she was a socialite, right?). Internet gave birth to socialites. It then brought them up. They pose nude, deliberately leak their sex-tapes and do all nasty things that make them garner massive following on social media. Then they are ‘Bosschick’. Before you know it, they are in the VIP lounge in the biggest events. They are launching clothing-lines, perfumes and landing deals left, right and center.
This is perhaps the most engaging task of all listed. A web designer does what his/her name suggests, design websites for people for a fee.
Well she does refer to herself as the Mistress of All trades, so it comes as no surprise when Huddah Monroe recently shared a video where she is seen playing with a pistol.
Not much can be said about what she plans to do with the gun, but one this is for sure, the fact that she shared the video on her social media platforms proves that she much have a license to operate the gun. Check out the video below but please do not try it anywhere
Huddah is truly a serious business woman. Barely weeks after launching her line of lipsticks, they have sold out. It is clear that fans love the product. Our sources reveal that the lipsticks are good quality and gals out here are happy.
Guess she is the “Mistress of All Trades” as she calls herself.
She took to her instagram page to thank her fans, see below.
For those who haven’t gotten their hands on the lipsticks not to worry! Huddah will restock soon.
There is nothing more dramatic than two beautiful women fighting over a man, it is an age old fight that has been there for ages.
Rumor has it that Diamond got up to some mischief when he was in Kenya headlining a Meru concert a few weeks back.
And as it turns out, he apparently got very cosy with Huddah!
Huddah and Zari seem to have have gotten into a war of words online, and God only knows how it is going to end up.
“When you think your man is yours kumbe (yet) he is ours. And I ate and dined with both of you. Having kids with someone to tie him down doesn’t mean he won’t leave. The little boy is public property, you order him like pizza. Don’t hate the player or the game, hate yourself, Madam!”
Huddah ranted on Snapchat.
Zari who is married to Platnumz addressed Huddah by posting a pic of her and her man Diamond with the caption below
“Watu na bae zetu… nyaku nyakus can’t even post their own. Told you, if he can’t claim you in public, don’t give him the goods in private. You know what that means right and I bet you know where that leaves you. Tag your bae and wish him or her a good night. #ToWhomItMayConcern.” Zari posted
And just like in every cat fight ever reported in history, the man is never to be seen; Diamond has been quite about the entire situation,
The hottest East African power couple have a one year old together and Zari is about to give birth to their second born,
Kweli ametoka mbali, The beautiful socialite/ entrepreneur has truly come a long way.
From her days as a video vixen and actress in local comedies, she is now a ‘sophisticated’ business woman.
There is an unearthed video that has popped and it has gone viral. Huddah is acting as the leading lady in the music video for a song titled Ukweli by Profesa Eshuiya.
The video posted by Facebook user Ngoni Thuita shows the beauty dancing and strutting her stuff in a pool and at the pool side. It is obvious that she shot the video when she was much younger.
Check out the video below.
Taking a few tips from Kylie Jenner, we see!
Huddah has just become one of the first Kenyan celebrities to launch her own liquid lipstick line. Clearly she is now starting to wear her business hat seriously. And it seems she is going to go the Kylie way and sell it online. If y’all recall, famous wild child Kylie has a lipstick line that literally broke her website the minute it was launched.
Huddah has dropped hints that she will soon launch her website. Can we officially say that this is the beginning of #HuddahCosmetics