Singer Miss P denies bleaching her skin

Miss P said she had never touched a bleaching product her entire life hinting that she was of mixed breed and that's why she was light skinned

Kenyan musician Miss P
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Kenyan fast-growing musician Miss P has come out to deny claims that she altered her skin complexion by bleaching.

During a QnA session on her Instagram page, a curious fan asked the 21-year-old singer, " ulitoa tint lini ( when did you bleach your skin?)"

To which the young musician replied, "sikuelewi (I don't understand you) if you mean bleaching I have never seen a bleaching product in my life," the musician stated. 

She later went on to add, " my natural skin tone is light. Those who have met me in person know and those who know me personally know better." 

Triggered by the allegations Miss P went on to add that people should learn to do background checks on people before coming up with silly rumors.

Adding that now that she had started gaining weight in the right places she would not be surprised if idle naysayers started accusing her of plastic surgery.

Image: Instagram


" Na vile namea si mtasema nime fanya BBL ( and the way I'm growing, you are now going to start claiming I have done a Brazilian Butt Lift ( BBL) " Miss P wrote accompanying the post with laughing emojis.

She finished off by writing, " mnanibamba Mnafaa mchunguze ( you are all entertaining me, you need to do your research ) background ya mtu before accusing someone Of bleaching."

On how much she charges for collaboration in a song, the 21-year-old was quick to reveal she does not come cheap.

A fan asked her, " collabo unacharge aje ( how much do you charge for a collabo?" 

To which she replied, " 2000 USD" which translated to roughly around 238, 900 Kenyan shillings.

Miss P came to the limelight after she was signed by Willy Paul to his music label Saldido Records and they dropped the hit song 'Liar' together.  

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