Sarafina Salim, whose real name is Beatrice Muthoni, was born in Nakuru county’s Subukia constituency. She is a Kikuyu by tribe and is well-known as one of the best Benga artists among Kikuyu women. Her music is characterized by unique vocals and compositions that have earned her a loyal following.
However, despite her success, Sarafina has had to deal with body-shaming from some Kenyans. This issue came to a head recently when she took to her official Facebook page to address the issue.
In her post, Sarafina asked Kenyans to stop body-shaming her, stating that she is proud of her body and how she looks. She explained that it took her time to gain confidence in her body, and that confidence should be respected.
Sarafina’s post received an outpouring of support from her fans, who urged her to ignore the body-shamers and continue being proud of herself. Many Kenyans also commented on how beautiful they think she is, and how her music is what they love most about her.
Sarafina’s decision to speak out against body-shaming is an important one, as it highlights the impact that negative comments can have on an individual’s self-esteem. By embracing herself and speaking out against body-shaming, Sarafina is setting an example for others to follow and encouraging a culture of acceptance and self-love.