Kenyans Left Speechless After Popular Musician Revealed What She Will Do If Asked To Kiss on Screen

Kenyans Left Speechless After Popular Musician Revealed What She Will Do If Asked To Kiss on Screen

Sanapei Tande is a Kenyan singer, songwriter, radio presenter, and actress who has been in the entertainment industry for over two decades. She is known for her hit songs such as “Mfalme wa Mapenzi”, “Ankula Huu” and “Rasta Man”. She is also a versatile actress who has starred in several films and TV shows such as “Lies that Bind”, “Aziza” and “Varshita”.



However, despite her talent and experience, Sanapei has some strict rules that she follows when it comes to choosing her acting roles. In a recent interview with [Pulse Live Kenya], she revealed that she does not engage in on-screen kisses, even if offered substantial sums of money. She said that she respects her personal space and boundaries and that she does not want to compromise her values or reputation for the sake of fame or fortune.

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She explained that she has turned down several roles that required her to kiss her co-stars and that she always makes sure to read the script before accepting any offer. She said that she is comfortable with acting out romantic scenes, as long as they do not involve physical intimacy. She added that she is not the only actress who has such principles and that there are other ways of portraying love and passion without kissing.

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a22404a802d94468b12875a55a950220?quality=uhq&resize=720Sanapei also shared some of the challenges and opportunities that she has faced in her acting career, such as dealing with stereotypes, balancing work and family, and exploring different genres and characters. She said that she enjoys acting as a form of expression and creativity and that she hopes to inspire and entertain her fans with her work.


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