9 October 2018

Nigeria: Rihanna Follows Nigerian Model With Tribal Marks

Photo: Adetutu Oj/Instagram
Adetutu Oj.

Nigerian model, Adetutu one step away from achieving her dreams.

The model's online campaign to get the Fenty Beauty boss, Rihanna's attention has finally paid off.

I have been doing this campaign to get through @rihanna on all my social media handle... Yeah.. I have tribal marks and want to model for her. I need my Nigerian peeps to help get through to her. Please🙈🙏🏽🙈 #RetweeetPlease #retweet pic.twitter.com/ikiGWJ1CGb

-- Eleven Paz (@adetutuoj8811) October 8, 2018

With over 15 thousand retweets, the Lagos state-based model who has Yoruba marks has announced that Rihanna has followed her.

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It turns out that the bad girl has followed her on Instagram

She has followed me on Instagram and I pray she call me soon... . I can't thank you all enough. Dreams come true!!! Thanks so much @rihanna thanks so much everyone. 😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/3ZqTOre04D

-- Eleven Paz (@adetutuoj8811) October 9, 2018

There is nothing that can stop you from achieving your dreams.

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