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It pays to go the extra mile

THE NAIROBIAN
By By MISS TAMIMA | September 20th 2013

By MISS TAMIMA

Whenever someone says you cannot, don’t believe them because the truth is, you can.

We all have dreams and no matter how silly your dream may be to everyone else, keep believing in it.

More often than not we give up just when we are about to reach the finish point. If I’ve learnt anything these past weeks, it’s that you shouldn’t be afraid to venture out of your comfort zone; you may be surprised by your own potential and abilities.

Don’t be afraid to go the extra mile, after all that is what separates the ordinary from the extraordinary.

Miley Cyrus is out to dethrone Rihanna from the Good Girl Gone Bad mantle. And from the looks of things, she’s well on her way to snagging it.

In recent weeks she has made it her mission to distance herself from the clean ‘Hannah Montana’ image; from twerking on stage to being stark naked on wrecking balls. Stunts she does to get people watching and talking about her music video.

The Vevo views on the video prove that her antics are paying off literally. The downside has to be that her fiancé broke off their engagement.

No surprise there, she probably lost wife material points after her public twerking antics.

Speaking of wife material, newly-weds Emmy and Pastor Anselm Madubuko are definitely not shy to share their love story with the world.

The new bride got a set of wheels, BMW, from her husband.

That seems to be the gift of choice as BBA winner Dillish also got a new car from her boyfriend for her birthday. She also got to meet her biological father. I wonder if she’ll be applying for a Kenyan passport soon?

Isn’t it great to see Kenyans doing well on the continental and international scene?  The images from Jaguar’s Burundi concert were quite something, as the crowd went into euphoria during his performance. The take-over has begun.

Safaricom Sevens is going down this weekend and most definitely more than half of the people attending know nothing about rugby other than it’s a rough game involving a pack of guys scrambling for a ball.

Be prepared for a colourful parade that will feature all manner of fashion displays, YOLO, cheers to the weekend!

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