Singer Victoria Kimani has revealed that her latest business is not receiving the Kind of support she expected from the Kenyan market.
After dropping her third studio project Afreaka, singer Victoria Kimani has been on an intense media tour promoting the album.
In an interview with international journalist Ivie Anie, the singer revealed that her hairline, Kimani Braids, is not doing so well in the local market.
“The colorful pieces are not popping like I thought they would. Girls here like neutral colors more than bright ones,” she revealed.
The singer launched her colorful braid collection earlier this year and hoped it would appeal to the ladies in Kenya.
Sometime in late January, the singer took to Instagram to announce that she has ventured into a hairline business.
“Today I finally launch my lil baby @kimaniluxurybraid ??? I’ve been thinking for a long time about a product that I can breathe new life into for girls/ladies in Kenya …. …. I’m Proud to see that product FINALLY come to life!! @kimaniluxurybraid We all wear braids…. but they don’t have to be boring!! Shop over 20+ funky colors and 2-4 tone ombré braids now on @kimaniluxurybraid ???????” she wrote
The singer has always been vocal about how she has not gotten much support from the Kenyan market.