Lady replicates Osas Ighodaro’s AMVCA dress for her birthday
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Bold Nigerian lady turns heads as she recreates Osas Ighodaro’s famous dress from the AMVCA for her birthday photoshoot. Her decision to replicate the stunning outfit has captured attention and sparked discussions on social media.

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Recall that for the AMVCA, many Nigerian celebrities stunned many with their fashion choices. Osas Ighodaro was one of those people whose dress stood out from the rest, leaving a lasting impression on attendees and fans alike.

In a beautiful dress crafted by popular fashion designer, Veekee James, Osas left many people admiring and speaking about the dress days after the event. Its intricate design and elegant silhouette garnered widespread praise and admiration.

This audacious lady loved the look so much and decided to replicate the design for her birthday photoshoot. Her choice to emulate Osas Ighodaro's iconic outfit speaks to her admiration for the actress and her bold fashion sense.

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Netizens reactions to her dress

@Royal_Citizens wrote: “As a stand-alone outfit, not bad. But as a photocopy of the second, that’s too poor.” This comment critiques the replication of the dress, suggesting that it falls short of the original.

@Olayinka_094 said: “Kileleyi ehn, is it by force to copy ni” This comment questions the necessity of replicating the outfit, expressing skepticism towards the decision.

@YoungEmmanuelJ added: “She even looks like Osas, she’s beautiful 😍” This comment praises the lady's beauty and the resemblance she shares with Osas Ighodaro.

@Promise30_ commented: “Nigerians won’t stop falling my hand. Is it by force to recreate?” This comment expresses frustration at the trend of replicating celebrity outfits, suggesting that it is unnecessary.

@purple_dera opined: “She looks beautiful but she should arrest the tailor.” This comment humorously suggests that the tailor responsible for the replication should be held accountable for the perceived shortcomings of the dress.