The socialite has been in Tanzania since the turn of the month, enjoying her short holiday in Zanzibar in the serene environments of the posh island.
Huddah had flown to Tanzania to attend Zari’s Zari All White Party but as it turned out she was not in attendance. That is a story for another day.
Huddah had an interview with Tanzania’s all-time top radio presenter Millard Ayo and it was here that she opened up like never before about her childhood life, where she grew up and what she used to do.
Huddah was born in Eastleigh, Nairobi and her father was of Somali origin. Unfortunately, he died while she was very young and her mother got married to another man who raised her up and took care of her.
Huddah reveals that at school she was that bad girl who gave teachers sleepless nights because of her naughty nature. She however finished her form four and joined college but dropped out later because she believed she was wasting her time.
Huddah worked as a secretary with a construction company in Nairobi but would later be sacked because she had no papers for the job. She had nowhere to go so a friend of hers gave her accommodation and later helped her join Calif Records where she featured as a video vixen thanks to her looks.
This is where her breakthrough came from and the money she got she saved and later teamed up with an oil dealer who helped gain some income to sustain herself.
It was here that the auditions for Big Brother Africa came and Huddah successfully went through after being convinced to try by her friends.
Big Brother Africa introduced Huddah to the limelight and since then she has never looked back.
Here is the interview she had with Millard Ayo in Tanzania: