Tabitha Gichere, popularly known to many as Deejay Tabz happens to be among the many well-educated entertainers in Kenya.
MBU has learnt the System Unit’s disc jockey was among tens of Kenyan lawyers who were admitted to the bar as advocates of the High Court on Wednesday, March 28. Tabz, who has performed in a number of local and regional events and appeared in several TV and radio stations could not contain her excitement following her admission.
She has managed to juggle the two professions quite well and seems to be headed to greater Kenya which is full of beautiful women who are not only hot but also smart. The entertainment circle alone prides itself in having a number of hot lasses who apart from doing great in showbiz, are also excelling in their respective professions.
Taking to Instagram just minutes before the ceremony rolled out, she revealed how much elated and ready she was to be admitted as an advocate.
”Just arrived at the Supreme Court building ready to take the oath and sign the Roll of Advocates,”
Her revelation moved quite a number of her online fans who thronged her wall to congratulate her for the milestone. Mbu understands Tabz has been deejaying for close to six years, having picked up the profession against her parents will.
Our close sources have also indicated that the lawyer told her parents about her love for deejaying immediately after completing high school at State House Girls, an idea that did not go well with them.
Well, it is after she enrolled for accounting at a local college when she was introduced to law and she has never looked back. Unlike most people, Tabz has managed to juggle the two professions well and seems to be headed to greatness judging with her efforts.
Congs Dj Tabz!