Popularly Nollywood actor, Chinedu Ikedieze has stirred a massive reaction online after sharing throwback photos with Davido. In the spirit of a throwback, he posted some old photos of him and Davido showing how they have transformed over the years from grass to grace.
Sharing the photo he quoted it with a caption which read, "throwback photos with OBO himself, see my guy head" he started.
Immediately he shared the photo on his timeline, the post has since been greeted with several responses as friends, fans, followers and the social media community took to the comment section to react to it. And they're all reacted positively.
Chinedu Ikedieze is a Nigerian actor, entrepreneur, and serial investor. He is best known for playing alongside Osita Iheme in a majority of the movies after their breakthrough as a duo in the 2002 film Aki na Ukwa. He has featured in over 150 films in a career spanning over 20 years.
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