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By Didi Kashemwa / Published on Friday, 19 Jan 2018 15:12 PM / No Comments / 230 views

Kenyan singer Vivian, has always been open about her before fame days, which weren’t all sugar, spice and everything nice. The singer however owes her current humility to her bitter past, which she admits taught her well.

On a recent Instagram post, the singer posted a throwback picture of herself, and through the caption revealed, she once walked around the streets hawking cups and plates to make ends meet. The message also served as an inspiration to her fans, that no situation is permanent.

“Anytime I take a look at this picture it reminds me to be more humble. Why should I really boast. By then things were so tough on me. I hadn’t started singing. I was a mali mali seller. I sold cups, plates, thermos to make ends meet. The piece of watermelon was my lunch that day. Surely never despise humble beginnings. I look at my life and all I can say is God reigns over our lives. Your current situation is not your future. There is always a brighter day ahead #tbt❤️.”

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