You know you really have a best friend when he or she is the only one who picks you up when you are down, they lift you higher even when you are on top of the world.
Speaking of besties or BFF's I decided to focus on Kenyan celebrities and their besties whom many never knew.
While some have low key bestfriends, some of these celebrities happen to have famous besties as well, some whom they have grown together.
Some became besties after meeting in line of duty and some you can say fate brought them together.
Below are photos of Kenyan celebrities and their bestfriends.
Kamene and Kibe have been best buddies for a long time and they have since worked together in two different radio stations.
Mukami Mwaura and Lily Asigo
These two are totally inseparable and their friendship has seen them about to start a project together, which will probably make their bond stronger.
Wahu and Size 8
These two gospel artist have been close friends for many years and even have a song dubbed 'Power power' together.
In an interview with Word Is an excited Wahu said she was happy because it was her first gospel collaboration and most importantly because she had done it with her best friend.
The Bahati's and Wajesus family
These two couples have developed a close relationship with each other to an extent of doing an instagram takeover where Diana ran Milly's IG page for a day, and vice versa.
Both couples which have Youtube channels also make sure they host each other on their respective channels once in a while.
Teacher Wanjiku and Muthoni Mukiri
Muthoni wa Mukiri is a top presenter at Inooro TV.
Muthoni and comedian Teacher Wanjiku have been best of friends for years now and they are always seen together, be it in parties, social events or just normal hangouts.
The Boys club
Most people came to learn of the famous boys club during the burial of former Safaricom CEO, Bob Collymore.
The boys club consists of 6 best friends and it was made up of;
The late Bob Collymore, former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth, KCB chief executive Joshua Oigara, Scan group CEO Bharat Thakrar, Radio Africa’s Patrick Quarcoo and journalist Jeff Koinange.
The boys club is still active and on JUly 1st, they converged at Wambui Collymore’s home to mark the 1st anniversary since Bob died.