After four Nigerian artists were featured on it, an edited picture of celebrities has been making waves on the internet. Burna Boy, Olamide, Davido, and Wizkid are depicted in the photos. The photos are amusing because all of the celebrities have been reshaped into women. Burna Boy was retouched to look like a black pregnant woman fetching water.
Tunde Ednut, a well-known Nigerian blogger, shared the amusing image with the caption, "If you were a male, which of these ladies would you toast?"
On Twitter, the post received a lot of attention. Some people chastised him for altering Burna Boy's appearance to make him appear pregnant. The majority of people suggested toasting Davido because he appears to be more attractive than the other artists in the picture.
On Twitter, you can see how people are reacting.
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