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Star Scope: Juliani After Brenda

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By - Tony Mochama | October 20th 2012

By Tony Mochama

The Star:  Juliani

The past: He was part of the Ukoo Flani Mau Mau movement back in the day. Unlike many of the ghetto group members, Juliani rose to fame with Pages za Bible and, like hitching a ride in Jehu’s chariot, his career took off like a rocket. Bahasha ya Ocampo alongside his energetic stage performances had him riding high as a great Kenyan superstar.

The present: From Dandora, Juliani was quick to cross to the other side of Uhuru Highway and not just in a ‘Javelin’ but a new Benz. Soon he was connected to powerful individuals and his great concepts worked magic and opened doors to the millions. He was not shy to show his shilling power through his hit single Exponential Potential. It must be this newfound ability of spinning hard English words that bagged the lad the eloquent TV thespian, Brenda Wairimu.

The future: Like Delilah to Samson, and Jezebel to Ahab, so will Brenda be to Juliani. In his attempts to impress her, he’ll turn to the holy herb to get the courage of a mad Arab.

Juliani will get a little jealous as Brenda attracts more suitors and resort to more desperate means to hang on to her, and burn up moola in the process. Once he’s down-n-out (and back Eastsides), Juliani will see the light, get back the rhythm and have another comeback — as Kenya’s first real rock-n-roll star — and re-kindle the cheddar. So speaketh the prophet.

 

 

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