In the early hours of today, the popular Nigerian singer and dancer, Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael who is popularly known as "Zlatan Ibile," has taken to his verified Instagram page to share some adorable photos of himself. Zlatan who is often known as one of the fast rising musician following his achievement in the music Industry.
Zlatan photos today on social media has stirred reactions by his fans because of the caption he gave to the post. However, Zlatan was spotted sitting on a chair in the photos.
His caption Reads As Follows:
"Over thinking no fit solve problems, better days are coming."
Hours after the post, some of his fans and colleagues have rushed to the comment section to share their perspectives. One of the popular Celebrity, Poco Lee who happened to be his friend also reacted to the post.
Below are screenshots of Fan's Reactions:
All Zlatan's fans should wish him well as his new looks is very unique as compare to his past photos.
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