For those who does not know who Priscilla Ajoke Ojo is, she is sometimes called Priscy and she is a Nigerian teen social media star and brand influencer. She is based in Lagos and she is a daughter to the popular Yoruba actress, Iyabo Ojo who is an actress, film producer and a business woman.
About some hours ago, Priscilla Ojo posted some pictures via Instagram handle and the pictures generated a lot of reactions.
Posting the picture, she added the caption “what do they say about Pisces?"
Also, below is the second picture she uploaded:
However, hours after she uploaded the picture, her mother, Iyabo Ojo reacted to the pictures. The popular Yoruba actress reacted with a love emoji, indicating she loves the pictures as well as her daughter.
Her daughter, Priscilla also reacted to her mother's comment. She also replied with a love emoji, indicating she cares as well.
More so, Below in screenshots and more are comments and reactions from her fans as well:
I believe we can all see that beauty runs in their blood.
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