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Catherine Kamau Pours Cold Water On Reports Linking Her To Season 2 Of Popular Netflix Reality Series

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Catherine Kamau Pours Cold Water On Reports Linking Her To Season 2 Of Popular Netflix Reality Series

Catherine Kamau has been linked to season two of the Netflix reality series ‘Young, Famous and African’.

The popular actress however denied reports that she will be the first Kenyan to be featured on the show.

She laughed off claims of joining the Netflix reality series for season two, noting that she is not rich enough for the show.

“You guys really gas me up…I am not rich enough for this.. I will stick to my genre,” Catherine Kamau wrote.

Netflix reality series ‘Young, famous and African’ which premiered on March 18 2022 featuring a star-studded cast of the most talked-about male and female celebrities in Africa.

The show followed 8 African celebrities who have a huge social media following and who usually receive intense media coverage across borders.

The reality series followed a crew of famed, affluent stars as they worked and played, flirted and feuded with each other in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Season one of ‘Young, Famous and African’ reality series featured;

South African actress, TV host, and singer Khanyi Mbau. She is also the sister of famous SA celebrity Lasizwe Dambuza.

South African mix master Quinton Masina who is popularly known as Naked DJ, Nigerian fashion designer Jeremiah Ogbodo, who is popularly known as Swanky Jerry.

South African millionaire and TV personality Andile Ncube, South Africa-born, Zimbabwean rapper Nadia Nakai, Nigerian model, actress, and presenter Annie Macaulay-Idibia and 2Baba.

And of course Diamond Platnumz and his baby mama Zari the Boss Lady.

Kenyans were curious to know why no celeb from the country was picked to be featured in the Netflix reality series but were surprised to discover that Anerlisa Muigai turned down the offer.

Related: Anerlisa Muigai Comes Clean On Snubbing Netflix Reality Series ‘Young, Famous And African’

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