A few minutes ago, popular Yoruba Actress Mide Martins shared a lovely photo of her husband, Azeez Owo and their beautiful daughter on her official instagram page. The popular actress pointed out the resemblance between father and daughter as she wrote that her daughter mostly resembles her dad. Fan instantly took to the comments section to agree and disagree as they had different opinions as to whom she really resembles.
Most of them agreed with her and said that she truly is a carbon copy of her father as there was no need for a DNA test, the facial looks and the complexion is already an evidence in itself. This photo sparked a lot of speculations from fans as they disputed the facts amongst each other.
Check out the photo she posted below.
Looking at this photo, you can see that this young lady is truly a beauty to behold, one can only imagine what she will look like in the next couple of years. In fact, it is this photo of bees that caused a male fan to comment by saying Mide Martins should share her instagram handle as well as it's possible that he might be her son-in-law in the future.
Check out the screenshots of reactions from fans below.
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