We may all recall ifedioku as the nigerian beauty who came to limelight after a no-makeup picture of her went viral.
She's also made news headlines for having something to do with (or at least appearing like she has something to do with) super eagles star Chukwueze
Ifedioku has on more than one occasion been seen posting pictures of or talking about the super eagles star.
On one occasion she posted him to her gram with the caption "El bebe" which when translated from spanish to English means "The baby"
Back to the main gist, unlike most girls whom are viral for actions involving indecency it was actually a breath of fresh air to finally see someone who could be trending for nothing other than her natural beauty and not body exposure.
Things are however about to take a drastic turn as the young beauty could recently be seen on her Instagram page wearing just a swim suit which apparently she was modelling for a clothing brand.
Captioning the post she wrote "Bad commando. Swimsuit by Catherine I am"
Leading a fan to question "who is your target"
Its hard to tell if the whole dressing decently was all just a ploy to gain more followers when she went viral.
But what's sure is that the young influencer is certainly not looking bad in her new choice of clothing.
Hence she's also gotten some positive reviews from some well meaning fans.
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