Mimi Yina, a popular Nigerian stylist is for sure living up to the standard of her name; “MedlinBOSS” as she is all bossy and chic in lovely new photo.
The CEO of Medlin couture who doubles as a personal shopper rocked a lovely pink shift dress, a pink bag, a Gucci shade and a pink kick.
Sharing the photo, she talked about how hectic her day was and wrote, “Hectic Day … Meetings Upon Meetings… Feeling Pretty… In My Pink Shift Dress… And @gucci Kinda Of Day …”
See her post below:
Medlin earlier flaunted her long legs as she rocked a mini skirt. She wrote, “Who Missed Me Here Today …???Happy Sunday Fam …#Its The Skin For Me …You Too Can Have My Skin Glow Only If You Contact My Plug “
‘No brand will sign you without these fans’ – Bobrisky replies Iyabo Ojo for blasting fans who beg on social media
Controversial Nigerian crossdresser, Bobrisky has replied actress, Iyabo Ojo for blasting her fans who beg on social media.
Kemi Filani recalls that Iyabo Ojo released a video on her Instagram page where she addressed the issue of social media users begging celebrities for money all in the name of being their fans. According to the mother of two, some fans hide under the shadow of being students, the mother of three advised that they should get a part-time job and stop having a sense of entitlement that they should be helped because they are students.
Reacting to this, Bobrisky wrote;
I am not in support of celebrities insulting their fans because they beg for money.
(1) Without Instagram, there are no fans
(2) Without fans that come together...
Popular Yoruba actor, Olatayo Amokade, better known as Ijebuu has gifted his wife a brand new car.
The script interpreter took to his Instagram page to talk about how much he loves his wife even though he has no money.
Sharing the photo, He wrote, "I don’t have money for Benz for now My LOVE 😍 pls Manage This Matrix For Now 💃💃💃. I Love You"
See the post below;
Yoruba Nollywood actress, Dayo Amusa has given reasons why most people will not give support until they see that it is becomes popular.
According to Dayo, it is a sad fact but it is very true because people see each other as a competition.
In her words;
“Most people won’t support you until they see it’s popular to support you”.
I Came across this quote and it had me thinking how true this is. Definitely a sad fact but true. Why must everything be a competition or why must everything be a popularity contest..
Over the last few years I have been working on one goal and one goal only. To humble myself in the best way I know how. Not only...