Monday 29 January 2024

7 NIGERIAN ARTISTES AND THEIR LOOKALIKE

The Number on the list is a Ghanian Lady Majet Michelle that got the internet buzzing with her features that look so much like popular Nigerian artiste Davido. Some even called her "Female Davido" and requested the superstar tool a DNA to be sure she isn't her lost sister.

2. Peter Okoye and Usher
The Number two on the list is Nigerian Legendary singer Peter Okoye who came out himself years ago saying he has found his lookalike in USA veteran singer, Usher. He proceeded to share several photos he collaged of himself alongside Usher to further prove they indeed look alike

3. Shallipopi and Kodak Black

This was mentioned and we can't seem to shake off that Nigerian artiste Shallipopi bears some similarities to America Rapper Kodak Black, we are yet to figure out if it's the hair or the Exconvict music video but there's something about this pair.

4. Rema and Diakite

Diakite is a 20 years old ivorian lady who gained attention across social media due to her striking resemblance to Nigerian Pop sensation, Rema. After a performance in ivory Coast in 2019, The singer made a successful efforts to meet her and they interacted for a while.

5. Ruger and Kenyan Ruger.


Kenyan man who bears a resemblance to Ruger has been thriving with the fact that he looks like the Nigerian artiste by organizing and selling out shows in East Africa, Kenya. People have been attending thinking it's Ruger. Ruger on the other. Hand isn't bothered about the impersonation as long as the man isn't releasing any new songs.

6. Simi and Hailey Bailey

Nigerian Female artiste Simi shares a striking resemblance to Black American Singer and actress Hailey Bailey. Fans have notes the similarities in their facial structure, eyes, forehead and even the lips.

7. Tems and Ola
A picture of Nigerian lady Ola that looks almost like  Popular Nigerian singer Tems got people talking on social media. At first people assume she was a relative of the singer but it's was discovered she wasn't. They were even given the nickname "Tems and conditions".

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