Celebrities are always in competition with themselves, they like to do what other celebrity they admire do. Though is not a bad thing when you like celebrity who has great personality and ahead of you. Nigeria comedian, Ada Jesus took to her Instagram handle to post pictures of herself rocking on jean outfit as she claims to look like America rapper, Nicki Minaj. Nigeria has talented people who are making wave all over Africa, though some people are yet to realize their potentials and they forget to know that talent brings people closer to men that matters in the society. No matter how popular and influential you are there are great personality you wish to get their level.
The popular comedian is known for her comedy skit she posts to entertain her fans. She's one of the fast rising comedian in Nigeria and she's doing well. However, she posted "they say I look like Nicki Minaj" and this got alot of reactions from Nigerians. Nicki Minaj is a great personality everyone wish to be like, she's beautiful and flawless. Though the comedian has a beautiful shape that distinguish her from others, despite her comedy skit she still look beautiful. She's among Nigeria celebrities that have great taste for fashion.
Talent is the only thing that will take you to where you least expect no matter the years wasted. You can be who you want to if you focus and determine. People are using their talent to bring change in the society, don't look down on yourself. Most of these celebrities started with little but today everyone is celebrating them.
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