She was born into a polygamous family of thirteen people. Her parents split when she was five years old and moved on to new partnerships, where they had more children.

Pendo, also known as Stacy Pendo, is a well-known figure in Kenya, involved in various fields such as socialite, music, acting, video appearances, and modeling. Her birth name is Stacy Brianar Brown, and she was born in 1991. One of her notable appearances is on the popular reality show ‘Nairobi Diaries,’ which is broadcasted on K24.

For her secondary education, Pendo attended Kenya High School. She then enrolled at Nairobi University to pursue a law degree but eventually dropped out.

Pendo is a talented singer and was recognized as the first runner-up in the Mombasa Got Talent singing competition. To further her singing career, she relocated from Mombasa to Nairobi. Some of her notable songs include “Sometimes,” “Can’t Get Over Me,” and “Washa.”

Family and background

Pendo was born into a polygamous family with thirteen members. Her parents separated when she was five years old and went on to form new relationships, resulting in more siblings. Despite being born to different parents, Pendo emphasizes the strong bond and love shared among her siblings.


Pendo initially attended St. Mary’s School in Nairobi for her primary education. However, she later transferred to Kakamega Hill School, where she completed eighth grade and sat for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams, achieving excellent grades. Both Kenya High School and Lugulu Girls High School offered her admission. Initially, her parents chose Lugulu Girls High School, but Pendo fell ill with intestinal obstruction, a gastrointestinal condition that obstructs the normal flow of digested material through the intestines. She underwent two major surgeries and required constant monitoring, which led her parents to enroll her at Kenya High School due to its proximity to her Nairobi home.

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