The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Celebrities Rock the Valentine's Hangover Party

Several celebrities attended the Bacardi Black & Red Party that also acted as a Valentines Hangover party. The breathtaking party kept the Valentines blues at bay with the fabulous music and company.

The theme saw all the single folks come dressed in red and the taken people in black. The notion behind the dress code was so as to clearly differentiate those who were ready to mingle from those who were not.

The party was organised to alleviate people from the Valentine hangover and give them an occasion to redeem themselves; those who were too busy to celebrate and those who didn't have anyone special to celebrate the 14th with. Holding it down was the all-star deejay line-up: Protégé, Crème, Kaytrixx and Hypnotiq.

Celebrities who came out to play that night were Shaffie Weru, Nick Mutuma and Ian Mbugua. The rugby team was also represented at the party.

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