Charles Okocha who is popularly known as Igwe Tupac, is a rapper, song writer and an actor. He became popular after his role in the award wining blockbuster, "Wasted years". Hevfeatured in this 2001 movie with Late Nollywood Legend, Justice Esiri.
He joined the Nigerian film industry with the help of the award wining director Teco Benson, who is said to have spotted him on the street and given him a role. Igwe Tupac has 2.4 million followers on his Instagram page and he is fond of showing off his son and his daughter. However the comments regarding his daughter are not funny at all. It is shameful to see Nigerians referring to the obviously underaged girl in certain manner. It makes one wander if Nigerian is full of pedophiles. See some comments below;Someone said he wants to marry the little girl. See someone saying he wants to handle the little girl in the above screenshot. What a shameless generation. Ripe for what exactly? Why are people like this? Can't celebrities post their daughters in peace. Look at one person saying the girl will suffer in the hands of men. Is it now a crime to be a girl?
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