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LGBTQ Members Makena and Karen Lucas Raise Eyebrows

Chimano, Makena Njeri and Kaz
Chimano, Makena Njeri and Kaz

LGBTQ members Makena Njeri and Kaz Karen Lucas have left tongues wagging in their latest post. Singer Karen made a suggestive caption on her Instagram to confess her undying love for Makena after posting an adorable photo of her.

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”I am grateful that I get to experience different kinds and varieties of love in my life…because, I’m not one to hold out on love. Ask those that know me!!! So @makenanjeri Chris, pumpkin, Malenege. Nakumind sana! Thank you for being patient with me… I know we will grow into the highest divinity!! And I’m here for the ride!
I love you,” Lucas wrote.

Makena Njeri and Karen Kaz

On the other hand, Makena’s response further suggested that the two are probably seeing each other.

”My carrot. The garden is looking up. Thank you for all the beautiful affirmations and love that you have brought into my life! Kazy Kaz you have a soul. I love you”

Their strong words of affirmation and love have since left netizens wondering if Makena has already moved on after breaking up with Michelle Ntalami several weeks ago.

LGBTQ Members are scared of coming out because of stigmatization

The current generation is slowly embracing members of the LGBTQ community and accepting that they also deserve equal treatment. However, not everyone is willing to clearly come out because of stigmatization. Members are also open to online hate and criticisms.

Sauti Sol’s Chimano was not an exception when he came out as a member of the LGBTQI community. Even though it was in black and white from the past that he was a member, he just had to confirm it himself.


”So, I am just laying everything bare from now on, hakuna kujificha jificha (there is no more hiding). Sexuality does not define you. It is just about me putting myself out there, my creativity and living my truth.

Figure out what your own happiness is most importantly with yourself. Gather your own life It is the first time I am expressing myself in a song. You really get to know who Chimano is and that is a heavy crown to carry. It is just a representation of the underground ballroom culture within the queer community…which I am part of.”

After opening up about the same, Chimano received all kinds of criticisms, with some questioning his decision.

Sauti Sol’s Savara came to his defense, stating that he shouldn’t be judged for being gay.

”Imekuwa so long nikitaka kuona kaka yangu akikuwa free vile inafaa. Na nafurahi. Me ata nasema kuna mabadiliko ambayo yanafaa kufanyika katika society. Wewe una right gani? Appreciate who you are. Let other people be. Ishi wewe tu kivyako”

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