A Nigerian lady Adetutu Oj who took her determination and passion to model for Barbadian-born American singer and businesswoman, Rihanna, to social media as she has urged people to help her draw the singer’s attention, has finally gotten the International singer’s attention who followed her back on Instagram.
The model with the username elevenpaz tweeted that “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#retweetplease#please”.
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
Adetutu Oj, this ebony beauty can be described as one determined and passionate lady who despite having facial tribal marks, is hopeful that she’ll one day model for Rihanna. Going through both her Instagram and Twitter pages, Adetutu’s dreams of modeling for Rihanna is strongly printed all over. She recently took to her Twitter platform to urge Twitter users to help her get to Rihanna through retweets and shares. So far, she’s gotten almost 12k retweets.
She wrote on Twitter: “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”. Adetutu revealed on her Instagram page that she grew up getting body-shamed due to her tribal marks but it didn’t stop her from becoming who she is today.
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I grow a thicker skin every day…… Bullies make me want to do more than they expect I could be……. Bully or body shame me at your own peril. #modelsoninstagram #modelwithtribalmarks #modeling #adetutuoj #boudoirmodelling #selfmotivation #tribalmarks #trendsetter #trending #facemodel #gogetter #goforit
The model has finally gotten her to wish, as Rihanna followed her back on Instagram followed her back on Instagram, Adetutu who is a face model might just be in luck considering Rihanna has followed her back on Instagram, and she is known for picking very unique models with unconventional looks. From using plus-size models to conspicuous gap-toothed models, it would come as no surprise if Adetutu is picked because of her facial tribal marks.
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And the Queen followed me…. ???? Thanks so much @badgalriri I can't wait to get a message from your management soon and thanks so much every one who helped me get to this stage…. My confidence level got boosted more…. Dreams come true!!!! Dreams come true!!!! #badgirlriri #adetutuoj #selfmotivation #dreamscometrue #godblesseveryone #gogetter #tribalmarks #saynotobullying #africanwomen #lagostotheworld
There’s no atom surprise left to be felt when it comes to Don Jazzy’s uncontrollable crush for Rihanna. The Nigerian producer who jokingly offered to help Meek Mill win his beef with Drake, took to Instagram on 2nd of August to talk about Timaya and Rihanna’s photo.
Timaya who performed in Rihanna’s country, Barbados, shared a photo of himself and Rihanna on Instagram. Rihanna was also caught fondly dancing to Timaya’s song while performing on stage. The Mavin boss keeps dreaming he can one day get involved one way or another with Rihanna. What else would make him keep post photos of himself and Riri as he fondly calls her.
Not done with putting up her pictures, Don Jazzy even goes as far as mentioning her account on some of the photos and this is just so Rihanna can acknowledge. Well, that has not happened so far but you can’t begrudge the Mavins boss for trying.
Robyn Rihanna Fenty was born on 20 February 1988, in Saint Michael, Barbados. Her mother, Monica Braithwaite, is a retired accountant of Afro-Guyanese background, and her father, Ronald Fenty, is a warehouse supervisor of Afro-Barbadian and Irish descent. Rihanna has two brothers, Rorrey and Rajad Fenty, and two half-sisters and a half-brother from her father’s side, each born to different mothers from his previous relationships. She grew up in a three-bedroom bungalow in Bridgetown and sold clothes with her father in a stall on the street.
Rihanna’s childhood was deeply affected by her father’s addiction to crack cocaine and alcohol, which contributed to her parents’ strained marriage. As a child, she went through a lot of CT scans for the excruciating headaches she suffered: “The doctors even thought it was a tumor because it was that intense.” By the time she was fourteen, Rihanna’s parents had divorced and her health began to improve.
She was appointed as an Ambassador on behalf of the government of Barbados in 2018, with her duties involving the promotion of “education, tourism, and investment