Thanks to the advancement of technology and sophisticated softwares, many people have discovered their secret talents in photoshopping and there has been a tremendous growth when it comes to creativity.
Photos have shared on net with added beauty or even a non existent background. With the technological advancement, photos are being modified the way one likes or want as long as it brings joy and happiness to us.
The world of photography has evolved and it is evident that it has gone past making memories and editing backgrounds. It has to some extent become a means of entertainment. Here are Photoshoped Pictures of Nigerian Celebritties and politicians that will definitely make you laugh and keep you happy. Bobrisky doesn't look so happy here.this Guy wants to steal chioma from David!
the great Tinibu of LagosThe vice president looks so young here.Rema and Burna boy are now barbers.our able president is now a marlian. ￼￼￼￼For more article like this please follow and Like. Thank you very much.
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