Victoria Kimani doesn’t mind being regarded as a sex symbol.
Victoria Kimani, a fast rising Chocolate City artiste claimed that it is okay if people regard her as a sex symbol.
You see, I am eccentric, slightly rebellious and love to express myself. I am a do-it-yourself type person, and given my independent nature I like to do things my way.
Victoria Kimani claimed that though her parents were more concerned about her education, they did not have problem with her music career.
She expressed her excitement at the growth of the Nigerian music industry. Victoria said that though Kenya is originally her home, the East Africans have nothing on Nigeria as far as the arts are concerned. She spoke in an interview about her experiences in Nigeria, Kenya and the United States;
It doesn’t matter what I do today. I know my roots and this is all just art. I never lose focus. I grew up in a typical African home and my parents are pastors which explains why the family moved into Nigeria in 1999. Of course, this is based on various ministerial duties that they had so I basically had a lot of travelling as a kid.
On comparisons and debates on my reason for settling here since returning from the US, I think Nigeria is a great place. Africa is forever home but I’ll say it’s all for business reasons. I have nothing against Kenya, but Nigeria is the hub of Africa’s entertainment. It is like the Hollywood of African entertainment out here.
When Victoria Kimani was asked whether she was in a relationship, she had this to say;
I am single. It’ll surprise many people to know but I am not in a relationship because I live a disciplined life. That being said, I do have a thing for Nas. He is my male celebrity crush.