"Bone Straight Hair Don Causa Wahala" -Iyabo Ojo Says As She Posted A Comedy Video
By Foreignthings | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 699 views
The Entertainment industry has improved over the years. You can actually be in more than one line of work at the same time. One can be an actor and at the same time a comedian, model, movie producer and so on. Nigerian Celebrities has shown they can excel in other fieled if they Intended to put in more effort.
The likes of Don Jazzy, Broda Shaggy, Mr Macaroni has often shown they are multi talented and gifted. IyaboOjo is a Nigerian actress known to be acting in Yoruba movies in Nollywood. She resently took to her Instagram page and shared a comedy video. It was so hilarious especially to those that understands Yoruba language. This got a lot of fans making comments about the video.
It was a conversation between two lovers as the girlfriend said she needed to buy BoneStraightHair. This got the boyfriend complaineing and reminded her that he works in a construction site. He makes twothousandnaira per day and he can't afford it. It was a hilarious video.
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