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Deyemi Okanlawon, Others Join The #ChallengeAccepted Trend Online


– Deyemi Okanlawon recently left social media users amused following recent photos shared online

– The Nollywood actor joined the trending movement online and got other celebrities to share black-and-white photos of themselves

– This trails the current trend of women showing support for women by posting black-and-white photos online

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Nollywood actor, Deyemi Okanlawon, seems to have joined the social media challenge of women sharing black-and-white photos of themselves with the hashtag ‘challenge accepted’.

In several Instagram posts, the actor took it upon himself to draw more of his entertainment colleagues to join in the movement and many fans and followers have found it hilarious.

Starting with himself, he shared a photoshopped image of himself rocking a blonde bob wig and wrote: “Awww #challengeaccepted… We rise by lifting others! Thanks to all my style muses for NOT nominating me!”

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The actor in his caption proceeded to tag several of his colleagues who were all too happy to take up the challenge.

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See photos of celebrities who accepted his challenge:

Mavin Record boss, Don Jazzy was looking pretty in a blonde updo.

Actor and Jara host, Uti Nwachukwu, posed in a photoshopped image of himself rocking a dark weave.

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In a similar story, Nollywood actress turned brand influencer and YouTuber, Tonto Dikeh, recently left many of her fans and followers hilariously entertained after she took to social media to share a collage of photoshopped images someone had done.

In the post shared to her Instagram page, the mother of one, among others like Regina Daniels and Mercy Johnson, is seen looking very masculine with beards and what appears to be thick short hair.

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Meanwhile, a Nigerian man identified as Harry D Vil on Facebook has shared his thoughts on how he believes a home should be run.

When it comes to relationships and marriages, it appears there is no one particular rule to follow in order to maintain a good and healthy home. While some people believe in putting in equal efforts, there are others who don’t.

One of such is Vil who recently stated that there is nothing like 50/50 in marriages and that a husband is superior to his wife.

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