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9 Nigerian Celebrities Suddenly Forgotten (photos)

A Nigerian parlance states that Soldier come; Soldier go but barracks still remains. We all know what meaning (sincere apologies to our non-Nigerian readers). Over the years, both recent and past years, we've had different celebrities grace our screens but not everyone of them stayed on the pedestal they attained for an extended time.


These Nigerian celebrities have faded from the general public eye and drawn back to obscurity. a number of them were good some time past , while others never even had an oz of talent to start with. Regardless, these 10 celebrities are so obscure now that we discover ourselves just not caring what they’re up to those days. does one agree


1. Mocheddah


Modupe-Oreoluwa Oyeyemi Ola (born October 16, 1990), popularly referred to as Mo’Cheddah (sometimes stylized as Mocheeda or Mocheddah), may be a Nigerian rapper and singer. She released her debut studio album, Franchise Celebrity (2010), while signed to Knighthouse Entertainment. The album was preceded by the 2009 promotional single “If you would like Me”. She parted ways with Knighthouse in February 2012 and established her own label, Cheddah Music


2. Styl Plus

Nicknamed the Nigerian Backstreet Boys, you can’t talk Nigerian Music and not mention Styl Plus. They took the sport to an entire new level. Show me that guy in his mid 20s who didn’t use one among their famous love songs to woo his lyceum crush those years. the opposite day, I came across the Olufunmi video on Youtube and it had been as if i used to be seeing it for the primary time and lowkey wished that they had a remake of the song.


The group Styl-Plus (originally STYL) may be a Nigerian R&B and pop musical organization / quartet.[1][2] The founding members were Shifi Emoefe, Tunde Akinsanmi, Yemi Akinwonmi, and Lanre Faneyi, the name STYL being an abbreviation of the founders first names.


In 1998 Lanre Faneyi died, and Zeal Onyecheme joined the group. This led to the group being renamed Styl-Plus, the “Plus” denoting the new addition to the group.


In 2002 Yemi Akinwonmi left the group and therefore the musical band became a trio without adding a replacement member. Starting 2003, the group had its own record label, STYL-PLUS. In February 2017, it had been reported that Tunde Akinsanmi left the group in 2012, leaving Shifi and Zeal because the flag bearers of the group.


3. DJINEE

 . Little did Nigerian talented vocalist know that he would be the one everyone would be checking out and not Ego. Djinee is one talent most Nigerians wished would continue to be the face of R n B within the music industry but tons of circumstances impeded that. Osayamwen Nosa Donald, may be a Nigerian musician, song writer, producer and television presenter. Djinee was once a Veejay at Soundcity before he began singing professionally in 2005. In 2018, the singer was involved during a ghastly car accident but survived and went through an extended rehabilitation process.


4 Cynthia Morgan/ Madrinna

Cynthia Ikponmwenosa Morgan (born 23 September 1991), popularly known by her previous pseudonym Cynthia Morgan, now Madrina, may be a Nigerian born songwriter and singer. Her music may be a fusion of pop, hip hop, dancehall and rap. She shot into limelight following the discharge of two singles titled “Don’t Break My Heart” and “Lead Me On”, which received massive airplay and positive reviews from critics. Cynthia made her acting debut during a 2016 Nollywood movie “The Wrong Number” Directed by Saint Joseph ovensehi, and Ay’s comedy movie a visit to Jamaica


5. Eldee

6. Olu Maintain

Olumide Edwards Adegbulu aka Olu Maintain rose to prominence on May 2007 with the discharge of the hit song “Yahooze” which literarily hail internet fraud and lavish spending from his debut studio album, Yahooze (2007), and a second album, Maintain Reloaded (2008). He featured Big Bamo within the single “Kowonje”. “Yahooze” was named Hottest Single of the Year at the Nigeria Entertainment Awards. Olu Maintain’s “Yahooze” was the genesis of an open declaration of support for internet fraud and lavish spending by an “A list” artiste which is now a norm within the Nigeria music industry.


7 Bracket

Bracket are a Nigerian afropop and R&B music duo composed of Obumneme Ali a.k.a. “Smash” and Nwachukwu Ozioko a.k.a. “Vast”.[1]Bracket started as a three-man music group before a member called Bistop dropped out. The duo are currently signed to Ape Planet and are best known for releasing hit singles like “Happy Day”, “Yori-Yori” and “Ada Owerri” which received several positive reviews and airplay


8. Terry G

9. Humble Smith

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