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Monday, December 28, 2020

Actress Omoni Oboli Flaunts Knee Length Hair....

 The Actress posted a video and the length of her  ''Straight chinese weavon' blew me away.....

Yes,it is called straight Chinese weavon but the name was changed to 'Bone straight hair' (whatever that means)and the prize was increased and you fell for it...LOL








54 comments:

  1. This one dont ever respect herself

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    1. How? The way y'all beef this woman amazes me.
      Nothing she does is ever enough for you people. Haha!!!!!
      What has she done that is disrespectful here? She slap you?

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    2. Walahi! (In my boyfriend, Keni's voice)

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    3. Jealousies jealousies. Her husband like her like that.

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    4. Anon 10:27 what is your definition of respect? Be there hating while she is cashing out.

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    5. Why is it that some people hate seeing others happy. Wetin bring respect inside celebration, that everyone is involved in & I’m pretty sure that u don’t know Omoni one on one, talk less of her offending u. If u don’t like certain persons, as it’s a normal thing, when their posts come up, ignore & move to other interesting posts of ur choice, that’s what I do, instead of constituting nuisance, not a must to comment . Tueh!

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    6. Omoni Biggest Fan28 December 2020 at 16:04

      Jealousy will destroy you! She doesn't even know you exist! Why hide under anonymous to spew trash?

      Omoni Oboli, keep shinning! Keep being in them haters faces! Keep flaunting your ageless self! The Lord has already shielded you from negative energy ⚡

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    7. I think its the obvious validation and thirstiness that puts a lot of people off

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    8. I love Roman Reign28 December 2020 at 17:53

      Anon, what did she do to you.
      How did she disrespect herself?
      Na waooo.

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  2. I've never understood why women attach a hair this length to their natural short hair, when it's obvious its not yours!

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    1. 10:09 I'm with you on this though I am a woman.
      Look ridiculous to me.
      Please, for those who think it's about money, I can afford it without breaking a sweat.
      Moderation is the watch word after all, that hair is not naturally theirs just like fake bum et al. 🀷‍♀️

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  3. Somebody's momma πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ’ž
    To hot to handle

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    1. Welcome Omoni,hype urself u hear

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    2. Dont mind her, potato brain

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    3. Dear Omoni, we see you

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    4. I am not sure who you calling potato head but if it's omoni, go and wake up again because babe is one of the most intelligent and well spoken actress who is vast in all areas.

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    5. Omoni welcome. We see you.

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    6. Anony 16:18
      Taaaah.
      Omoni doesn't need validation, her records are online.

      My mum loves her to bits after her splendid performance in the blockbuster movie UNFINISHED BUSINESS. Featuring Patience Ozokwor, herself, Genevieve Nnaji and Desmond Elliot.

      Omoni acts with her spirit,soul and body.
      See the film.

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  4. It looks nice on her but I'm not a fan of very long hair extensions. It can be discomforting.

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  5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ No be small "straight Chinese weavon". You are right jare Stella. At times I wonder at the level of 'craze' this bone straight gives women.

    Nawa oh

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  6. Wahala for babes wey dey craze for 🦴 straight 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    1. Leave them women na, January 11th Nationwide lockdown starts.

      Months to follow school resumption and payment of school fees. Dem go hear word.

      Omoni that's flexing in Canada and winning endorsements.

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  7. Omoni has an amazing bod abeg. Beautiful hair

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  8. Hot mama!!!
    My natural Africa hair cost more that this.

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  9. I don't understand the puffery.
    With care, maintenance and little manipulation most can have their hair at such a length. Just give yourself some time and be patient.

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    1. Don't forget that not everyone is blessed with long hair.

      Some maintain and all but their hairs never grows longer than it is.

      I am one of such persons while some, just give them 2-3 years without even proper care and you'll think it's weavon.

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    2. African hair??? You must be joking. If you like be patient for 100yrs

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    3. Aunty sabella be calming down with use of words. Off point as always..

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    4. Sabella please not everyone you cannot compare the length of your own hair with Africans. Biracials can have longer hair but not acomplete African even the natural hair we try to keep is very stressful to maintain.

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  10. She's hawt and it looks good on her, not a fan of long artificial hair anyways. How much is it BTW?

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  11. Well said Stella

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  12. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚@ straight Chinese weavon. Stella na case

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  13. I don't know if it's just me... I don't fancy this bone straight one bit.

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  14. Operation i must wear bone straight

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  15. Just Like mine but not same color

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  16. As straight as a bone, Stella.

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  17. Beautiful woman but won't the hair be heavy like this..what do I know sef🀣

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    1. No, they are not. They are usually very light.

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  18. Why should I be blown away by fake dead people's hair?😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏

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    1. Dead people's hair? Ooh lawd! Please use your internet wisely. Read up! Information is key.

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    2. @Cassie
      Go to Youtube and see that Indians are donating hairs to their hindi gods in their temple and
      getting it processed and packaged for you.
      Also, some living people do donate their hairs to be harvested when dead.

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  19. Looks good on her. But I am not a fan of weavon.

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    1. I do natural, I do weavons. All.
      By February I'll stretch my natural hair, wahala go dey because it's already a bunch.

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  20. she is always wearing skimpy clothes...be it bum shorts, gowns, crop tops etc. We get that she's ageless but she needs to tone it down.

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    1. Growing old will be a struggle with this one
      Her thirst is real to be seen as young always

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  21. Fake hair from chinese Buddhist temple, hairs sacrificed to their gods. shwishsksifhonfhoelshrosresdoddvso;as'

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    1. @Fake hair from chinese Buddhist temple, hairs sacrificed to their gods.

      Then it’s not fake.

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    2. @15:45
      It is "fake" because it is not Omoni Oboli's hair. Gat it?

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  22. Beautiful Lady, she looks amazing.

    Lovely hair, but I like them curly!

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  23. It has always been known as bone straight. Those who know, know.

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    1. Before the craze about Brazilian, Peruvian and others, it was all about Chinese weavon. The 80's and 90's era...

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  24. It's bone straight mostly Vietnamese hair not Chinese28 December 2020 at 21:44

    It is not straight Chinese Stella. It is double drawn donor hair not from China. Almost all bone straight ( will never curl no matter what is done to it) are from Vietnam)

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  25. Bone straight wahala

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  26. Google Hausa ( not fulani) women with long hairs. My friend wanted to prove our hair can grow to Indian length. It did over years but she had to twist it dada style so it didn’t break. I always asked for synthetic hair if I needed extension or curls as I can’t sleep carrying someone’s hair on my head. To each his own. You need to see 70 year olds here before calling anyone ageless. Nancy Pelosi is 80, would you guess! If you haven’t been to another farm you tend to hype your own.

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