Lil Mbwa: Humorous Memes of Rapping Dog with Cap Go Viral On Social Media

Lil Mbwa: Humorous Memes of Rapping Dog with Cap Go Viral On Social Media

  • A creative Kenyan shared an edited photo of a rapping hybrid, and the dog was nicknamed Lil Mbwa by netizens
  • The photos of the dog were widely shared on Twitter, with Kenyans coming up with creative captions for it
  • Other characters were introduced, including Lil Kuku, with the trend leaving many netizens in stitches

Edited images of a dog wearing a cap while rapping have taken social media by storm.

Lil Mbwa.
Lil Mbwa memes flooded social media. Photos: @Lil_mbwa and @och1eng.
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Lil Mbwa trends for days

The dog, nicknamed Lil Mbwa, has been trending on Twitter for a few days now with Kenyans sharing hilarious memes.

The captions typically shared what the raging dog went through before making it big in the music industry and some of the challenges he faces now.

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Afterwards, a chicken named Lil Kuku was involved in the online discussions, while others took aim at the dog against famous rapper Khaligraph Jones.

Adding to the fun were images of other dogs wearing shades that also popped up. A spirited Kenyan even set up a Twitter account for Lil Mbwa. has compiled some of the most hilarious Lil Mbwa memes on Twitter.


“Those Lil Mbwa memes are the most annoying thing on this app.”


“News Tune in: Kenyan-born rapper Lil Mbwa faked his death to avoid paying puppy support. He will soon address the media.”

Charlene Ruto tuxedos memes

Kenyans shared humorous reactions to the president’s daughter Charlene on social media days ago

Addressing student leaders at the University of Nairobi on Thursday, December 7, the first daughter claimed her father gave her advice on the business.

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“I used to sell smocks and kachumbari at Daystar University as it was in demand.

He (Ruto) really encouraged me about the small business I was doing and taught me that…” Charlene said before laughter interrupted her speech.

Soon after, memes showing the first daughter selling the snacks surfaced online, with many Kenyans saying they couldn’t believe the daughter of a billionaire would run such a small business.

“I don’t know why when people achieve success in life they always like to associate their past with poverty,” one person wrote.

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