There are so many celebrities that have always thrill us with their interesting movie and songs. Some of these celebrities are half cast in real life. 01: Ibinabo Fiberesima Ibinabo Fiberesima is a famous Actress and Model.This beautiful Actress was born to a Nigerian father and an Irish mother.
Over the years, we have seen cases of Nigerian women who did surgery to change their gender, one of these people is Mickailia. Mickailia whose real name is Izaak Theo Adu is a Famous Nigerian Transgender who is doing great in life. According to reports, she is the daughter of a Popular Nigerian-British Musician and Actress known as Sade Adu.
Sade Adu is one of the most influential soul singers in the world. She is a British singer, songwriter and actress. Sade gave birth to her only child, Mickailia Ila Adu on 21st July, 1996. Sade Adu's daughter went viral on social media and news websites in 2015 after she publicly announced her intention of transitioning into a man.
Sade Adu whose full name is Helen Folashade Adu is a Nigerian-British Musician and Actress who is very talented. Most people do not know that this pretty lady has a beautiful daughter who transformed into a man. According to reports, Mickailia who was born in 1996 is the daughter of Sade Adu and Bob Morgan who is a Jamaican-American Singer.
Meet The Only Daughter Of Nigerian Musician, Sade Adu Who Transformed Herself Into A Man (Pictures).
Helen Folashade Adu who was born on the 16th of January In the year 1959 is a Nigerian-born British Actress and Musician who is doing great in her Career. This beautiful lady who is also known as Sade Adu is currently 62 years old, She ventured into the Music Industry many years ago and she has achieved a lot in the Industry.
1.Nneka Nneka is a Nigerian soul singer.Born Nneka Lucia Egbuna in 1980, Nneka was born to a Nigerian father and German mother.Raised in the South-south of Nigeria, she relocated to Germany after her secondary school education.There she studied for a degree in Anthropology at the University of Hamburg and chased a career in music.
Nigeria is a country with potentials and highly industrious people. There are many Nigerians who have positively used their talents and have proven to the world Nigeria is a country to reckon with when it comes to creativity. These Nigerians have gone beyond the shores of the country to the international level to prove their exceptional talents and won several Grammy Awards.
Biracial apply to an individual whose parent are from different racial background. The Nigeria entertainment industry consists of celebrities who are biracial and they are all doing well for themselves. Below are Nigerian celebrities who are biracial. Sade Adu: Helen Folashade Adu is a Nigerian-British singer and songwriter, she was born in Ibadan, Nigeria on January 16, 1959, but was brought up in Essex, England.
Growth is another thing that matters in life, most people grow to the person that they have always wanted to be, despite some ugly situations that they might have gone through in life.There are many transgender people who have been known because of their relatives and Izaak Theo is one of them.
It's indeed a good day for Nigerians as many will wake up to the news of both WizKid and Burna Boy winning their first Grammys award.Wizkid won the award for his collaboration with Beyonce on the song, "Brown Skin Girl".
While cassette tapes and CDs are no longer available, you can still listen to classic music on a well-curated playlist.When your eyes are glued to the endless pavement ahead of you, road trips can become tedious.Instead of playing "Wizkid" and co., why not spice up your commute with a salute to the greatest old-school hits?
Marriage has been a beautiful thing if only you are with the right person. A lot of ups and downs set in, but with perseverance and commitment, marriage is believed to stand. Marriage is the legal pairing of man and woman to bring forth another soul termed, children, to live. In this article, I will be talking about the son of a popular Nigerian-UK-based actress, Sade Adu, whose name is Izaak Theo; affirmed to be a transgender but luckily got attached to a woman of his choice and sets in for marriage in no due
The Grammy award is one of the most sophisticated award in the music industry worldwide. The award recognized individuals who have excelled in singing, songwriting, recording and other tenets music. It was originally called the Gramophone awards before it was later changed to what we all know as Grammy Awards. In recent times, many Nigerians have been nominated for the award but no one has won it. However, Sikiru Adepoju alongside Mickey Hart and others won the award in 2009 on a joint project. However, there
Here are Nigerians who have won Grammy awards: Sade Adu: The British-Nigerian singer, now 61years old made the history as the first Nigerian singer to have won a Grammy.She was nominated 9 nine times and won it four times.
Apart from Burna Boy and Wizkid, See the list of 6 Nigerian Musicians that have won the Grammy Award
Nigerian entertainment and music industry has witnessed immense growth over the years.This growth has made the industry be recognised international.Over the years different Nigerian artiste have promised to bring home a Grammy Award, but has failed.
Izaak Theo Adu, the transgender son of iconic Nigerian-born British singer Sade Adu has tied the knot with the love of his life as revealed in recent photos that surfaced on the internet. The 24-year old son of the famous singer shared pictures of their private wedding on his official Instagram page. The caption on one of the pictures revealed that the lovebirds married on Friday, April 16, 2021. "Mr and Mrs. Adu-Watts. 04.16.21. An unforgettable day, I love you, my girl" Izaak captioned one of the pictures
At the point when you see the majority of our number one Celebrities, you would simply be contemplating whether they are really Nigerian or they are from white guardians.
After Wizkid And Burna Boy Won Their First Grammy, See Pictures Of 4 Nigerian Artists To Have Won It
The Grammy Award according to wikipedia is an award presented by the Recording Academy to recognize achievements in the music industry.The trophy depicts a gilded gramophone.
1.January: 9ice, Jide Kosoko, Timi Dakolo, Cobhams Asuquo, Seun Kuti, Adekunle Gold, Mercy Aigbe, Nengi, Frodd, Venita, Sade Adu, Lola Rae.2.
Ever since the announcement that the 'African Giant' Burna Boy won the Grammys, congratulations have poured in from far and wide as this is a big feat for Nigerians considering the category Burna's album won: Best Global Music Album.