“Good Girl Gone Bad" - See Recent Pictures Of Ifedioku
By Wealthstory | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 4848 views
Instagram slay queen “Klarabella Ekemma Kalu" popularly know on Instagram as Ifedioku has been trending on social media after she posted a picture of her self without makeup, which went viral.
Her pictures has caught the attention of a lot of people including celebrities like Psquare and nigerian footballers Samuel Chukwueze and Kenneth Omeruo.
Since her sudden fame, she has never failed to give her fans something to talk about, as she posts different gorgeous pictures of herself daily.
Many people know her to be naturally beautiful, curvy, humble, innocent and to be a good girl. But recently, she has proven everyone who thought this things about her wrong, by uploading different pictures of herself, showing us that there's nothing innocent about her.
See some of her recent pictures:
From her pictures above you can see that the Abia state, born Goddess is not as innocent as many thought she was.
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