Lovely Pictures of Nollywood's Uche Jombo and DJ Cuppy Slaying in Their Manchester United Jersey
The two Nigerian female celebrities Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, and Uche Jombo Rodriguez are supporters of the English premier league club giants Manchester United. A club to which to which the popular Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo, is serving a loan deal from his Chinese Super League parent club Shanghai Shenshua.
Florence Otedola popularly known as DJ Cuppy, is the daughter of popular Nigerian Billionaire Femi Otedola. The London based disc jockey recently started supporting Man. United after ending her relationship with the London club Arsenal.
Uche Jombo is one of Nigeria's most beautiful and most prominent actresses. She has long been a Man. United fan, and even expressed her joy on social media when the reds signed their first Nigerian player Ighalo, on a loan deal.
See Photos Of The Two Beautiful Nigerian Entertainment Female Stars Proudly Slaying in Their Red Manchester United Jersey:
After seeing the photos of Uche Jombo and DJ Cuppy dressed in their club's home jersey, who do you think looked more prettier in it?
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Manchester United is currently the most in form club in England. Following their three goals to nil win over Aston Villa, the red devils have been unbeaten in their last 17 matches across all competitions.
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