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Tuesday, November 02, 2021

Nigerian Celebrities' Halloween Costumes

 Halloween was on Sunday October 31,2021....

Even though Halloween is not a Nigerian thing, some Nigerian celebrities were not left out of the fun as they posed with their costumes on their social media handles....

























53 comments:

  1. Okay, is this the new madness? When did Nigerian start celebrating Halloween? Do they even know what Halloween is or they just want to copy?

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    1. Shame! Shame!! Shame!!! I AM SUPER DISAPPOINTED IN THEM TBVH

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    2. Very senseless foreign culture - when we have Isese and other indigenous festivities. Slave trade has not ended for them. Charity begins at home.

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    3. My kids school do a Halloween party o, but i don't allow my kids go.

      Inukwa!

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    4. Osun osogbo Festival dey der,dey would not go and celebrate. So to celebrate oyinbo witch.

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    5. My daughters want to go trick or treating and i tell them we dont celebrate halloween...we are not witches😁

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    6. Lol @ femilicious
      Tonia

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    7. It's obvious they don't care about the significance. Too bad.......

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    8. Femilicious same thing I tell my son every year he has even stopped asking.

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  2. Koko is the real she devil here

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    1. Angel smith, my guess is A Slut.
      Almost all the ladies are almost naked while the guys covered up. And you want to be addressed in a respectful manner all in the name of Halloween πŸ˜’πŸ˜.

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  3. Nigerian celebrities with copy copy. See some of them look like 🀑.

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    1. Very demonic custom
      Copy and paste
      No creativity
      Pursuing wokeness

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  5. What a hypothetical show of shame to celebrate the spirits of death.
    Same people will line up to celebrate the birth and resurrection of Christ in a few months?
    πŸ˜°πŸ˜°πŸ˜°πŸ˜°πŸ˜³πŸ˜³πŸ˜³πŸ˜³πŸ’

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    1. False prophet ®2 November 2021 at 14:02

      I see they celebrate anything the western world celebrates, if theres ever a holiday as "African slaves days"... they'd join in to celebrate, that's how naive they can be.

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    2. Seer of life,πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Don't mind all these yeyebities,ndi apali dot com

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    3. Hmmmm I see too.

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    4. Witches coven

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  6. Copycats of evil🐍🐍🐍🐍🐍Ekwensu

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  7. These are the people that argue that Christianity is not our culture
    Sure they are celebrating African culture now?πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  8. Nice one...a friend in cologne told me about this oooo..

    Don't know how true, he said whenever you go to work on that Halloween day, you will be getting double payment

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    1. Because people are out celebrating bondage= less staff

      Perhaps

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    2. Maybe the day is a public holiday where he resides. When u work on public holiday, u get double pay so maybe that is the case here.

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    3. Depends on what he does. It's mainly low paid jobs that are structured to pay overtime and extra on such days.

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  9. Sit them down now and ask them the origin and history of Halloween, they would stutter.

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    1. Nigerians are the biggest hypocrites, I'm not surprised

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  10. Useless yeyebrity.

    Even the fake butt wey jus get visa the other day...

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  11. 🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️

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  12. God have mercy!! Does these people knows what they are celebrating? Must they copy everything? Halloween is a demonic activity where evil transactions are being done..I pray God really open their eyes to see beyond what they copy from these westerners

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    1. As Kim and Beyonce de celebrate am na, it's okay by them.

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    2. Yemi Nnem, should I be concerned? Yours seem to be thought through and followed to the latter πŸ˜”☹️.

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  13. These people are not creative at all,instead of them to celebrate their ancestral day/culture day and display the rich culture of their various States.

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    1. πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    2. πŸ˜… You want them to dress like Amadioha, Chief priest, Aje and Ogun 🀣🀣 isn’t it the same my sister.

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    3. White enchantress see me laughing like that witch Vanda in one funny cartoon like that. You are funny ooo........ πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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    4. @The white enchantress
      No o. I wasn't talking about African Traditional Religion attires(clothes worn by chief priest,Amadioha/Ogun worshippirs)😁😁😁 .
      I was referring to cultural/ethnic attires, i.e buba and wrapper with geles for yoruba women, wrapper and beaded headgear for the Edo women et al.

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  14. Can someone explain what this halloween is all about please?

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  15. Was wondering if our copy copy nonentities are not celebrating and they came fully never disappointed. Shame on them if they truly know what this is all about.

    They are quick to celebrate evil and nonsense

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  16. Oh my world!!! Aren't we copying too much? Halloween is the official beginning of winter and the last time I checked, Nigeria doesn't have winter as a season. When we celebrate new yam festival and Eyo masquerade, I dont see these so called celebrities o.. men!! Inferiority complexe is really a disease..tueh

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  17. When will the oyibo ever join u guys to celebrate something in this our country like this,mike looking like d devil himself,are they really comfortable wt this fearful things they are wearing.
    Ada ohafia

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    1. Some oyibos do, they do come to witness Igue festival in Benin-city then.

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  18. Can’t wait for oyibo to start celebrating yam festival

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  19. Oyibo witchcraft festival na e una dey celebrate

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  20. You won't see them celebrating their own masquerade and other traditions, but will be quick to celebrate that of the oyibo's

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  21. Halloween is not a holiday but a day of celebration by Wiccans or witches, satanists, Atheists, and stupid people, including stupid, non disabled nominal Christians on October 31. Contrary to what someone wrote up there, its not the official start of winter. Labor Day which like many American holidays is fixed to a particular week day, first Monday in September marks the end of summer. The start of fall and later winter depending on your location. Winter may start in September in Wyoming, Nebraska and the Dakotas but be delayed in Illinois till later but we all agree that Labor Day marks the end of summer. Memorial Day is the beginning of summer. The singer with cobwebs all over, skulls and her outfit may need to go to MFM to understand what she put in her home. We do not celebrate it and do not eat the candies they distribute from house to house or answer the doorbell for kids going from house to house. For those who may be ignorant, there is a renaissance of witchcraft in the US so beware of copying anything.

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