'You need to smile better' - People react to new stunning photos of Ifedioku
By Melanie | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 9 views
The name "Ifedioku" has been trending on different social media platforms for many weeks now, she has been trending on social media platforms because of her natural beauty and her decent dressing. She is always posting new stunning pictures for her followers on both Twitter and Instagram.
Recently, Ifedioku shared new stunning photos that has gotten a lot of people appreciating her beauty and her body shape. A lot of people have been saying Ifedioku doesn't smile in her pictures and maybe this is what pushed her to share a new picture with a caption relating to her smile.
See the post below:
See the pictures she shared below:
An individual identified as @Phil36428266 also commented on her post, she said "You need to smile better................."
See the reactions of other Nigerians below:
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