"Are You Trying To Become Bobrisky?", Reactions As Actor, Lateef Adedimeji Dressed Like This.(photos
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Published 7 months ago - 2328 views
Lateef Adedimeji is a Nigerian entertainer, movie producer, maker and chief, brought up in Lagos State, however hails from Ogun State. He picked up prevalence with his first significant job in Yewande Adekoya's 2013 film named "Kudi Klepto", He has featured in a few Nigerian movies throughout the years nearby significant names in the film business.
In 2015, he was designated for City People Entertainment Award for the 2015 Most Promising Actor of the year.
Besides, around 2019 he acted the film Adebimpe Omo Oba, the film was coordinated by Bogumbe Abiola Paul, Adebimpe Omo Oba, is an account of a beguiling princess, confronted with fights.
In this film (Lateef Adedimeji) go about as an Igbo fellow who experienced passionate feelings for Adebimpe who is a princess.
After this film he began making some short video on Instagram Dressing as a female and communicates in Yoruba as An Igbo young lady
A few fans think what he his doing isn't appropriate in seeing Allah for him to dress as a female since he his a committed Muslim, while orders adored the video and drop there remark and can hardly wait to observe a greater amount of it.
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