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Your Skin Will Melt! Vera Sidika Warned By Worried Kenyans



Vera Sidika has been away in London. Doing what exactly? Whatever it is she does when she goes to foreign countries. Maybe holidaying and ‘working’.

She has been back in the country for a week and some fans are noticing that her complexion has gotten even lighter than it was before.

Not only that, others are accusing her of getting lighter and more plastic after her trip. This is after she has posted several images on her Instagram page. Some of the harsh comments are below:

mwita_kevin: Unakaa smokie imetolewa ngozi 😂😂😂😂
churchill_okello: Waah hii ni Samantha ya waluhya_
moha.jnr: @queenveebosset Sure,plastic will make perfect but not permanent sweetheart,u gonna melt oooh that’s where u heading to.u plus albinos 🤞🤞
tinker_oo.o: Even the whites wanna become blacks so bad that they even tan their bodies to look darker! And u are still bleaching to look like a piggy snow! U used to be my favorite but not anymore
mosesmulwani: A perfect plastic
fantastic_sparta_kym: We live in upgraded world of plastics…😂😂😂😂😂umemaliza Melaniembogi.ni.kimonyoski: Plastic has been banned in Kenya😂😂😂

breanabubbles: @kubwabwaja_veepe no I’m not jealous. I am whiter than her (I am white). I just think that her color looks kind of unhealthy here and that she is missing some color
your_hotchocolate: That skin is gonna fall off 😢
yourdiet_plan: So pale 😭stepen_hazard
Samantha4dhis: @jerobon_juelz I’ve grown to love my skin (NB largest organ of my body) even more because of things like this. Mungu si mjinga 😂
winnytru_richards: 🤣🤣 plastic makes perfect 👍

pjulie_julie: You are now a white white
cuete_ferraro: Plastic not permanent 🤣🤣🤣🤣
caribean_dj: Plastics here and there
official_peter_ke: No wonder vera doesn’t come close to fire😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
mike_angorey: Hii colour yako tutaiitaje pink or white ata wazungu wanakuonea wivu
playboi_3sum: Remember plastic got banned in Kenya. Should be imported
amandictor: Too pale for.my.like girl😳
jkadush: Una shine ni kama umewekwa cover mpya ya juala 😹

Vera has been honest about her past of bleaching and enhancing features on her body. I don’t think the comments will affect her in any way. She is living her best life…even if that is in plastic.


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#Bbnaija’s Bisola Shares Royalty Themed Photos



Multi-talented Bisola Aiyeola of Big Brother Naija season 2 fame shared these Royalty themed photos.


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Kim Kardashian celebrates her son on his 4th birthday



He’s regularly pictured with a wide smile on his face. And according to Kim Kardashian, Saint West’s disposition is naturally sunny, with the reality star paying tribute to her oldest son as he turned four on Thursday.

‘I have no words to describe how much I love your smile and those curls of yours Saint! You bring so much joy into my soul,’ wrote the proud mother.

She continued: ‘You are so kind, loving and just so thoughtful and sweet! I am so happy today if your 4th birthday and We get to celebrate how much you’ve grown! Happy birthday my sweet sweet Sainty.’

And the doting 39-year-old added: ‘When I say to him “my sweet sweet Sainty”, he says back to me “my sweet sweet sweet sweet Momma, the best momma in the world and the only momma I ever want!” HOW CAN YOU NOT MELT AT HIS SWEETNESS?’

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Nigerian student Taoheed Bayo designs sneaker for Nike



Taoheed Bayo, a Nigerian student at the University of Minnesota is making waves after designing a sneaker for Nike, that mirrors his Nigerian and African heritage.

Bayo’s roommate had messaged him about a Nike design challenge that he thought Bayo could not pass up.

Nike had put the word out it was seeking designers to deliver a unique riff on the company’s classic sneaker. Weeks later, the Nigeria native and model was among the three dozen across the country chosen to compete in the Nike BY You X Cultivator contest.

Each had two weeks to create their own Nike shoe and develop a unique backstory that could appeal to consumers. Once that was done, they had to market and sell their custom sneakers.

Bayo, 21, reached back to his Nigerian roots and youth for inspiration, creating a shoe grounded in his heritage. The result: Afro-Yute Air Max 1. The Afro-Yute’s been selling, but it’s also delivered something else Bayo had wanted — it’s teaching others about Africa.

“The most intense part, it was the designing,” said Bayo, who also goes by TBuzz. “The most integral part I think was having a story that resonates with a lot of people and making sure that it’s authentic as possible. But, you’re also trying to design a shoe that you want everybody to buy, not just something you like.”

Bayo settled on green for the shoe base because it represented Earth and Africa. Like the Nigerian flag, he chose white as a compliment to the earthy color.

In the comment sections, young people shared their enthusiasm for Bayo’s project, while others visited Nike’s website to purchase his Nike Air Max 1s.

With the Nike Challenge over for now, Bayo is back focusing on finishing his degree in actuarial science, a study that combines math, statistics, and insurance.

He said he isn’t overly concerned about his shoe sales. By the end of the year, he’ll know how Afro-Yute did compared to his fellow Nike creatives.

For now, he is more concerned that young people learn about their history and talk to their parents about their family ancestry.

“I was born in Africa. I was born out of my roots,” he said. “For all the people that were born in the United States, it’s your duty, whether you like it or not to seek your truth and, you know, find your heritage.”

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