Just recently, American Hip Hop star Rick Ross who is chief ambassador of luxury drink Luc Belaire, caused excitement on the Kenyan social media scene after posting a photo of Huddah Monroe.
Striking a sexy pose, Huddah talked on her colorful iPhone while a Belaire bottle in front of her begged for attention.
The Maybach Music Group founder and C.E.O who is boss to many renown artistes such as Meek Mill and Washington DC’s Wale, has excited East Africans again after posting yet another photo but of their son this time around – Tanzanian superstar Diamond Platnumz.
Earlier, Rozay posted photo’s Atlanta rapping trio Migos on Instagram but it didn’t cause pandemonium like when he uploaded the one of the Bongo superstar.
Another recent inductee to the Black Bottle Boys brand is Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones who has also made some mulla marketing Luc Belaire. He happened to by himself a new ride – Toyota Mark X – at the time.
Diamond Platnumz becomes the first African musician to have the talented American rapper post a photo on his on his gram although he is not the only musician in the continent to represent Belaire.
The alcoholic drink just landed in Kenya (officially) and is spending big dollars in order to dominate the East African market. It helps with celebrities like Khaligraph Jones, Huddah Monroe and now Diamond Platnumz pushing a product. The visibility is massive.