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Posted in Magazine

Valentines issue….

I am proud to present the first issue of The Jays Bubble magazine. I will be releasing it on the 1st of February. As of now, have a look at the cover page.

#Excited #Slaying

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Posted in Entertainment and Culture

Linda Simbauni ….working it in the courtroom & on the runway.

The September issue was jam packed with lots of  fun stuff, one of my favorite segments is 21 questions where we ask fun random questions. We had a sit down with Linda Simbauni, a young lawyer by profession who not only works it in the  courtroom but on the run way as well.

If you want a soft copy of the magazine feel free to hit me up on mbevijoanne@gmail.com

Posted in Entertainment and Culture

Jays Bubble September issue is out!

This month of September we are celebrating men who are doing the extra-ordinary. Sam Gold Dave  who is co-owner of an online radio station (Oya) and Eugene Okoti ( urban_wear_inc) are just but the few men that are sharing their incredible stories.

Find out why Khaligraph Jones caught a feeling and get to know more about Linda Simbauni one of kenya’s outstanding models!

Feel free to send me an email if you want me to send you a soft copy of the magazine. (mbevijoane@gmail.com)

Enjoy the read.

 

Posted in Fashion and Beauty

New look jeans.

They say, give a girl jeans and she can conquer the world. I couldn’t agree more, however there are girls with jeans that they have not worn in ages. Instead of filling your wardrobe with cloths you are not wearing, why not make the ones you have work for you. It is not only easy but cheap.  An easy “Do it yourself” tutorial that can save you a lot of money….

Step 1.

Locate the jeans that you want to re-make to suit the current fashion trend.

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Step 2.

Using a pair of scissors, Cut out the desired shape that you would like.

Note: For some people this step can work however if you are of the conservative type, go over to step 3.

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Step 3.

Identify a fabric that you like. Cut it out to fit the shape of the hole that you have made. The Fabric can be from a scarf or any other old cloths that you don’t wear but make sure that it is strong enough.

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Step 4.

Sew it together using basic stitches or use fabric glue to put it together.

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Step 5.

You are ready to hit the street with your new pair of jeans

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(Photo courtesy of google)

Posted in Entertainment and Culture

Whats inside the magazine…the do’s and don’ts of living +vly.

What I love so much about this current issue of Jays Bubble is that it has a light  way of discussing serious topics. I was privileged to meet a young girl through my blog, lets call her “Tsubaki” who opened up about living with HIV. She has a very fun and bubbly personality but what stood out for me  was that she wanted to help someone else who is in a similar situation. So, she shared her story in the May issue of Jays Bubble magazine…….Check it out.

For those that want a copy emailed to them, send me an email >> mbevijoanne@gmail.com

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Posted in Real talk

Here’s to us….

As someone who usually gets to interview people a lot especially now with the birth of Jays Bubble magazine,getting interviewed was awesome and more so getting interviewed by KTN. It has been a year and the strides that this blog and the magazine have made are just amazing.

Here is to us: All those that do not shy away from sharing their perosnal stories so that they can inspire and encourage others, those that work day and night to ensure that they beat deadlines (my team), those who send us emails and contact us on our social media pages so that they can give us feedback and finally those that undermined us, without you we would not have know how talented and far we can go with our talents.

Cheers!

Here a link to the interview. 

Joanne Waeni.

Posted in Entertainment and Culture

Why Burna boy has become the most hated artist in Kenya

If there is someone who woke up this morning and wished that he could turn back time, that would be Burna boy. Let me fill you in. So Damini Ogulu, better known by his stage name Burna Boy, a Nigerian reggae-dance-hall singer and songwriter  was scheduled to perform on Saturday right here in Nairobi.

Burna boy came in at the wee hours of the morning…..4 am to be precise and gave the worst performance ever, well worst according to a fan.He spent like 10 minutes on stage. This is despite keeping people waiting .You would think that his delay would be worth the wait.  Note to self: Some things are just not worth the wait. To add on that,he looked like he was muddled. Did I forget to mention that before he got to the venue, people were threatening to bounce and demand a refund of their cash which cost sh 1500. Anyway fast forward to after the “performance” He walked out of there, feeling nothing.  Oh and apparently, he called Kenyans peasants after they complained.

And that ladies and gentlemen is why Burna boy  has been trending all morning and why Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) are trolling him. There is no winning against KOT.

You are welcome.