"Cover your armpit". See the pictures Ifedioku posted that made a fan blast her.
By EverythingGee | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 92318 views
Klara Kalu, popularly referred to as "Ifedioku" is a young beautiful Nigerian lady who gained cyber-relevance after beautiful pictures of her makeup-free face went viral.
She was initially greatly admired and received much words of appraisal. However, it was noticed that she rarely smiles in her pictures, most of her fans do request her to smile for her photographs.
Yesterday, she took to her Twitter handle to share some great pictures she took. Although most of her fans admired her and expressed love for her, some others are beginning to get tired of seeing her face.
See her pictures below:
One John Osarudion said: "Abeg, cover your armpit. Dis na public place o"
Another user commented on her photo saying "No doubt, you're pretty but [email protected]"
See some more reactions below:
Although a large number of others poured out their heartfelt admiration for her.
What do you think about Ifedioku? Is she overrated? Share your thoughts in the comment section.
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