This has mainly because of the striking resemblance that can not be be taken away. This was Michael Jackson in his early ages of about 20s when his career was massive and he had a look everyone appreciated positively.
It is amazing to discover how it resembles popular Nigerian singer Korede Bello and can easily pass for him either being far or near.
Korede Bello has been one Nigerian male musician who is not know for only his great songs buy for his signature hair known as curls.
Korede Bello has since changed his looks and rebranded his appearance to social appealing. While the world appreciates his new amazing looks, they still cannot erase the memories of how Korede once looked.
This was earlier shared by KraksTV and has since generated a lot of hilarious reactions as people tagged it as "Korede Jackson" among other mentions.
Here are some reactions from Nigerians as they comment hilariously about this:
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