Elsa Majimbo, a Kenyan comedian based in the United States, has replied to suggestions that fame has altered her. The beauty stated in a TikTok video addressing naysayers that she was never humble but a victim of her circumstances.
“I have seen a lot of comments from people saying how money has changed me so much. Of course, it has, are you joking? I was never humble; I was a victim of my circumstances, do you know the differences?”
The 22-year-old addressed her stylistic makeover, attributing it to her financial success.
Oh, what happened to Elsa? Money changed her. She raised her money, and my net worth skyrocketed; that’s what happened to the old Elsa. Oh, her style has evolved so much; yes, I am now wealthy. “Even the laugh is valuable,” he remarked.
With her amusing films, Majimbo became famous on social media during the COVID-19 pandemic.
She has since received some accolades, including the E! People’s Choice Award for African Social Star of 2020 and the Forbes Woman Africa Entertainer Award 2021.
She’s worked with superstars, including Rihanna, Naomi Campbell, and Anderson Cooper.
The comedian was among the celebrities who attended the debut of Steve Harvey’s daughter Lori’s party dress collection.
Majimbo resorted to social media to show off her red carpet look for the day, but she failed to impress her followers.
She glistened in a gray animal print bare-back short dress with jewelry on her hand.
She also went for a long curly weave but tied a band around it, which perplexed many people about how little work she put into her appearance.
People criticizing her approach, however, were shockingly not Kenyans but South Africans, whom the comedian had previously praised on social media as her “corner support system.”