African women have always been known and celebrated for their curves. While Western beauty standards only recently started coming around to embracing a woman's curves, Africans have always been in admiration of all body shapes and sizes.
These days, the want to get the hour-glass figure is so intense that people are doing any and everything including going under the knife to get this shape.
I've compiled a list that I think is iron-clad. Are you ready to jump in and see? Then let's go.
1. Uche Mba
Uche Mba is a popular Nigerian Instagram model and fitness trainer born on March 29, 1997 with over 1.4 million followers on Instagram. The internet personality is well known for sharing fitness tips, meal plans and work outs through her social media.
Crystal Okoye is a Nigerian actress popularly known for appearing in projects such as Speak the Words, Enemies Masquerade, and The Promise. Fun fact: She is 26 years old and she studied Business Administration at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University.
3. Daniella Okeke
Daniella Okeke is a Nigerian actress best known for starring as Joke in the 2013 blockbuster movie Lagos Cougars. This role earned her a Best Actress in a Leading Role nomination at both the 10th Africa Movie Academy Awards and 2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards. She's since gone on to star in other movies including The Boss is Mine, Flaws, and I Think He Loves Me.
Tolu Oniru popularly known as Toolz, is a Nigerian radio personality, talk show host, and presenter. She is best known for hosting The Midday Show on radio station The Beat 99.9 FM.
5. Biodun Okeowo
Biodun Okeowo is a popular Yoruba actress also known to many as Omobutty, a nickname she got after starring in the popular movie of the same name. She has since gone on to act in other movies such as All Single Ladies, Mr. Kasanova, and Couple's Saga.
6. Empress Njamah
Empress Njamah is a Nigerian actress and model. In 2012, she was nominated for best supporting actress at the Africa Movie Academy Awards, but sadly didn't win. This didn't deter her though. She's gone on to be in movies like Missing Angel, June, and Black Widow.
7. Simon Evia
Simon Evia is an actor, producer, model and humanitarian. She has acted in movies such as Unbreak and Mind's Eye
8. Didi Ekanem
Didi Ekanem is a fast-rising Nollywood actor, fashion designer, entrepreneur and brand ambassador. She's appeared in movies such as Doll House and Ikogosi.
Niniola Apata is a popular Nigerian singer known for her Afrohouse music which includes hits like Maradona, Sicker, and Bana. The singer known and celebrated for her infectious music is also known well for her dancing skills which involve a lot of hip shaking and Ibadi movement.
10. Tracy Obonna
Tracy Obonna is a Nollywood actress known for her movies such as Backfire Dope Fiend and MUDA When Time Is All That Matters.
The beautiful actress is also highly celebrated for her curves.
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