GistEdge Uncovers The 9 Biggest B00bs In Nollywood… See Photos
Whether you like it or not, irrespective of how other â€œboobsâ€ may be Boobsie Cossy will definitely pick the crown as the topmost queen among the queens of boobs in the Nigerian entertainment industry. Till date the cat-voiced star actress-cum-singer with extra-sized â€˜twin-towersâ€™ has a unique manner of packaging and parading her boobs in home videos and at events, which always leaves many scrambling to their feet to catch a glimpse. These are some one of the secrets which make Cossyâ€™ still hold tight to the throne as the â€œQueen of B00bs
Funke Adesiyanâ boobs which very nearly hauled out of her garments hit the net as of late, numerous inferred that the performer had tried for bosom broadening and was so urgent to demonstrate the world
She’s called Roman Goddess on her various social media, she’s really endowed and claims she didn’t do any b00bs surgery or any sort of body surgery
She said I used to tuck my boobs in undersize bras because they were to large
She is another pretty and brainy star of the Nigerian movie industry. Boobs size has become part of the identities of Flaky as fondly called by her friends. Though, the dark-complexioned International Relations graduate of the Obafemi Awolowo University might not belong to the class of those who flaunt what they have, the rare gift of nature which is an added advantage whenever she plays seductive roles in movies, always get her noticed where ever she goes.
Its no doubt that the U.K-trained model cum actress has made name as the first Nigerian belle to win the popular TV reality show, Big Brother Africa, Karenâ€™s boobs job that had earned her a place among the big breasted babes of Nollywood, is one of the reasons some movie makers have been on her trail.
Despite the fact that Karen is unhappy with slanderous comments from the critics, who always judge her by physical appearances, all eyes seem to be always on her crafted twin-tower.
Mercy Johnson Okojie (born August 28, 1984) hails from Okene in Kogi State. Born in Lagos to a former naval officer, Mr Daniel Johnson and Mrs Elizabeth Johnson, she is the fourth child in a family of seven. She started her primary education in Calabar.