There have been some arguments lately among some critics, that this woman should be matching her fashion dressing with her matured age. The Nigerian actress Omotola Jalade obviously loves to look good, regardless of the odds or circumstances, she just wants to feel good while she slays her soothing beauty. Even at 43, she seems to think that age is nothing but a number, and she probably feels younger than her age. Of-course she likes the casual style vibes, as such makes her flaunting much exciting for her esteemed fans to savour. But, in the new photo she uploaded on her Twitter page, Omotola Jalade aka Omosexy is already getting some backlash over her choice of dress on Valentine's Day. Even a fan of hers tagged the mood simply as 'not decent'!
The gorgeous Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade had posted on her Twitter page a selfie of herself, as she slays her evident beauty with ease on Valentine's Day. However, the curious view of her short dress & perceived 'inappropriate' posture clearly seemed to have prompted more buzz among many observers!
One particular fan, who obviously was having mixed feelings about the display, candidly commented: "...she is 43 and should be dressing more mature... 😔 I'm a fan though, but this dress is just too short for her, and her sitting posture is even not decent... seems a bit too exposing I.M.O 🧐😳🤦"
Checkout below the photo shared by Omotola Jalade, as she flaunts her style mood with an interesting posture:
What do you think about actress Omotola Jalade's seemingly controversial short dress & her sitting posture?
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