Isha Raffi Flaunts “Most Expensive Hair In Nairobi” [PICS]

Amevaa shamba kwa kichwa!

By  | Nov 22, 2022, 10:07 AM  | Fashion

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Kenyan celebs have a growing love for wigs. From Lillian Muli, to Vera Sidika, to Anerlisa Muigai, the ability to instantly transform their looks has made wigs a celebrity staple.

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Isha Raffi has taken the celebrity wig game a notch higher by rocking what she calls the most expensive hair in Kenya's capital Nairobi. The online influencer flaunted the black flowing wig on her Instagram and joked that she keeps it in a gunia whenever she walks around town for fear of getting snatched.

The wig is rumoured to cost Ksh 300,000 according to an Instagram gossip page. And considering Isha has reposted that page, it may seem like confirmation of the price.

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The day Isha spent 66K on fake iPhone
In July, Isha Raffi shared her dismay on social media after the Instagram influencer revealed she had been conned of Ksh 66,000 by buying a non-existent phone which led to her contacting the help of police to carry investigations.

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Isha took to her Instagram stories and shared that she bought a fake phone after she landed in Nairobi seeking a new iPhone earlier yesterday. The model explained in a story time post that she had been welcomed to Nairobi in a "proper way".

Taking to the site, the 24-year-old said she underwent her own shock once she realised that the phone she bought was "hewa". In a series of posts, the influencer revealed the details of the events which led to her getting conned and then recovering her money thanks to the help of Kenya police.

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In view of her 28,000 followers, Isha began: "So finally I finally get a chance to sit down and tell you guys what has happened to me. First I wanna say, nimekaribishwa Nairobi in a very proper way. What has happened to me, hehe!"

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She went on to write: "Long story short I have been conned 66,000 ksh buying a phone (hewa)."

But all's well that ends well because thankfully for Isha, she managed to recover all of her lost money the same day. She gave a shout out the the police for helping her with that and even showed her Mpesa receipt: "Thank you Kenya police I got my money back. Protect and serve."

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She went on to buy another phone- this time a legit one and was happy to flaunt the unboxing on her stories: "Despite all the drama I still got another phone. I love this color," Isha quipped.

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