11 Hollywood Celebrities Wear Nigerian Outfits.

Who wore it best?

11 Hollywood Celebrities Wear Nigerian Outfits.

Who wore it best?

As a Nigerian, I am of course very proud of my culture. I am proud of African culture. I love to see it. I love to wear it. I love to experience it.

In recent times especially, there has been a worldwide cultural shift in the way that Africa is viewed. This is of course most prominent in the reception of Disney's Black Panther. Now more than ever Nigerian and African culture is sought after. From our music to our fashion to our art. It looks like Africa is in demand.

And boy, do we have more than enough to deliver.

The culture has permeated the world so much so that even some top American celebrities decided to feel a little bit of us on their skin by wearing our clothes. Of course the reception to this is divided: some think it's appropriation, some think it's appreciation. But that is not the conversation I plan on having today.

Today, I'm keeping it fun. I want us to look at a couple of pictures of Hollywood celebrities rocking Nigerian outfits, and then we will decide together: Is this is a hit? or is this is a miss?

Are you ready to have some fun? Then, let's go.

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1. Beyonce

American singer-songwriter and legend, Beyonce, rocked not one but two Ankara outfits. What do you think? Do you think Queen B killed this look or is this a miss for you?

2. Wale

Nigerian-American rapper Wale on his visit to the white house represented by wearing a Nigerian attire. What do you think? Do you think he represented us well, or do you think this is a miss?

3. Kim Kardashian

Hollywood reality TV royalty, Kim Kardashian, on the red carpet dawned this Ankara dress. What do you think? Hit or miss?

4. Andrew Fleming

UK Diplomat, Andrew Fleming and his wife rocked Nigerian attires ahead of their trip to Vietnam where they went to support the #MadeInNigeria campaign.

What do you think of their look? Hit or miss?

5. Jaden Smith

Okay, Jaden Smith didn't come to play with this one. The boy decked out in full Igbo regalia to the red carpet. What do you think? Do you think he wore it well or is a no from you?

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6. Rihanna

American singer, Rihanna, looks stunning in this African print gown. What do you think? Do you like it or do you think it's a no from you?

7. Gwen Stefani

American singer, Gwen Stefani, also decided to rock African print. What do you think? Do you think the singer nailed the look or missed the mark?

8. Lady Gaga

The "Just Dance" singer rocked an African print top in this candid picture. What do you think? Hit or miss?

9. Solange

American singer, Solange, also hopped on and rocked this Ankara shirt. What do you think? Hit or miss?

10. TD Jakes

Bishop TD Jakes wore this agbada and red Igbo cap to a function. What do you think? A hit or a miss?

11. Michelle Obama

Finally, former first lady, Michelle Obama rocked this Ankara print outfit in this candid picture. What do you think? Hit or miss?

That's All.

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Jide Okonjo
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Jide Okonjo

Nigerian boy telling ridiculous, crazy, true, funny, insane stories about Nigeria and the world at large. If Vocal is the voice for all people, then consider me a voice for Nigeria.

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