Fans react as Bbnaija star Neo stuns in new pictures
By SuperGists | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 1 views
Neo Mobor Akpofure, popularly known as Neo has got his fans and followers gushing about his new photos he posted on Twitter .
The BBnaija season five star has been in the news so far, for his high level of fashion sense which endeared him the name "drip lord" from his fans world wide.
Neo who just took to his Twitter account to post lovely pictures of himself looking daper and all swagged up, is well known rocking nice and matching outfits.
See his post belowThe stunning pictures Neo posted and tagged "so much honey, the bees envy me" generated positive reactions from his fans and followers on social media who couldn't seem to be getting enough of the lovely pictures he shared online.
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