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Seven Nigerian Celebrities that Do Not Look Like Their Actual Age

Nigerian celebrities generally look great usually all the time. Between the crystal clear lenses of their music video cameras to their photoshopped magazine covers and their filter full Instagram posts; flawless is a right word to use. Perhaps that’s why their actual age is always surprising to fans presents seven Nigerian celebrities whose ages will shock you.

1. Yemi Alade (28)

Maybe its because of her sassy swagger or  because she’s always so youthful and vibrant, but finding out that The Voice Nigeria coach is just two years from turning 30 is quite hard to believe.

2. D’Banj (37)

It would seem like Kokomaster stopped aging after he turned 25. His energy has not waned a bit and his skin remains as fresh and clean, if not more, than it was when we first fell in love with his music.

3. 2Face (41)

Of course 2baba has been in the music industry since forever so we know he’s no spring chicken. But he has so much coolness in him that he looks nothing like the 41 years he is. Plus he doesn’t have one ounce of fat in him!

4. Adesua Etomi (29)
Adesua Etomi
The future Mrs W is nearly 30? Who would have thunk it. She definitely looked 21 in the romantic comedy The Wedding Party.

5. Don Jazzy (35)
Don Jazzy
Ah yes…Don Baba Jay. The way the Mavin boss carries himself, you’d think he was a senior bros. He’s only 35. Just 35…

6. Simi (29)


Simi is such a sweet baby girl that it’s hard to imagine her a day older than 17. She’s in fact 29!

7. Bobrisky (26)

Many Nigerians were surprised earlier this month when Nigerian Snapchat queen (or king?), Bobrisky, revealed that he was turning 26 years of age. And he’s this aged. SMH.


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