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It almost seems overnight. Have you ever had that experience? Where you see someone's picture on Instagram or Facebook or wherever and think to yourself "Wow! When did this happen?"
You know how it goes. The anticipating, the praying, the studying, the getting ready, the waiting, the getting called to the HR's office. If you've ever applied for a job and had to go in for an interview, then you know what I'm talking about. That process is BRUTAL!
The Coronavirus is causing major hysteria. Some people think the outrage is warranted and this could be the end of humanity as we know it. Others think it's not that big of a deal. Either way, both parties are making their voices heard loud and clear.
There's no other feeling like watching a movie that completely moves you. One that either makes you laugh, cry, shout, or leave the cinema (or computer tab) feeling better than when you came.
It all started so innocently. Twitter user, @Oloni, asked a simple request of her followers. Easy enough right? Well, the ladies obliged and the responses that followed were too good I couldn't stop laughing.
Although on the surface level, a lot of Nigerian songs might sound pointless or as though the artiste wrote random lyrics simply to satisfy the beat of the song; upon deeper investigation, so many of these songs come to hold deeper meanings. Some of these deeper meanings are thought-provoking questions, others, not so much.
I noticed the first one and then like something out of a Sci-Fi movie, I couldn’t stop noticing the similarities. We can call them twins, look alikes, dopplegangers, any will suffice because there are a number of Nigerian celebrities who share an uncanny resemblance with American celebrities. Today I’m going to share with you 7 of these celebrity twins and let you decide if there’s truly a similarity between these two celebs, or if I’m chatting hogwash.
Once upon a time, there lived two women, Nnenna and Adaeze, who always quarreled about everything. They quarreled when the rain didn’t fall, they quarreled when the rain did fall.