Sharing pictures and sweet words, they praised fatherhood as some celeb dads also expressed the gratitude for the gift of fatherhood.
Here are what Kenya’s top names in entertainment posted on Father’s Day:
Married to one of Kenya’s top gospel disk jockeys, Size 8 took to Instagram to celebrate DJ Mo for the great work he has done in parenting his ‘photocopy’ Ladasha Belle.
size8reborn: My love my husband @djmokenya he is the best dad my princess @ladashabelle would have ever asked for. His love is genuine and unconditional to his daughter. God bless you sweetie for being there for your daughter. We love you
The Ni Yesu hit-maker also praised her father for being a fantastic dad.
An adoptive dad to three kids (Morgan, Rose and Purity), the Mamasinger opted to spend the holiday with his children at home.
Bahati, who grew up in a children’s home after his mother passed away, has expressed a desire to help out more underprivileged children through Bahati Tena Children’s Home.
Despite being away from his family due to his Europe trip, Octopizzo shared a picture of one of his daughters.
Last year on Father’s day, the Kibra-born rapper shared an endearing nine-minute video of him teaching his baby, Zara, how to brush her teeth.
There’s something special about the bond that daddies and daughters have, and you can see it all in this daddy-daughter selfie.
Eight months into motherhood, Janet also took some time to celebrate her hubby, Eddy Ndichu, for being a wonderful father to their baby, Huru.
She even went on to share a video of her hubby soothing their son to sleep, captioning it: Mwanaume ni kubembeleza mtoto #DadOnDuty.
A father of two adorable toddlers, DJ Crème de la Crème took to some time to reflect on the blessing on fatherhood and he posted this cute photo.
His wife also took to Instagram to celebrate him, posting: “Happy Father’s Day to this amazing dad I call my husband. Thank you honey @thecremedelacreme for all that you have done for us, we are eternally greatful ❤”