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Kenya’s most successful socialite Vera Sidika aka Queen Vee excited socila media and send it into a frenzy when she shared a photo of herself looking ‘darker’ than her usual skin tone.

The photo shared by Vera on Instagram page, was captioned with a short text that sought to explain why she went black.

According to Vera, the move was rather a self esteem measure, where she thought that someone’s past cannot determine his or he future. But again, confused Kenyans when she went back to the ‘past’ !

“Never be defined by your past …it was just a lesson, not a life sentence. Feels good to be back!!! Black don’t crack,” declared Sidika.

Back in 2014, Vera explained to the then NTV presenter Larry Madowo that her skin procedure to enlightened it and boob, buttocks augmentation costed her more than 15 million through a careful surgery in UK

“I did it the right way…I used the right procedure. I had a great dermatologist from the UK. My body is my business, and it’s a moneymaker. I said if I have to do it (skin lightening), it has to be great, it has to be right. Ten years from now, twenty years from now, fifty years from now… I’ll still look the same,” she told Madowo.

However, her boob job was done separately in California, USA.   

“I have had boob surgery before, years ago in Beverly Hills, California. I paid a lot for the procedure. Yes, it’s more expensive but worth it because you get qualified and certified surgeons with over 20 years’ experience,” she told The Nairobian.

Several photos of Vera Sidika have been going rounds on Internet believed to be her tbt before she did the surgery procedure.

The photos as it seems, never get old to look at any moment.

Another one, was shared when she met with rapper Papa Jones, allegedly the two had not yet bleached.

Photos of her mother



Challenges

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