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5 Nollywood Celebrities Who Are Also Barbers

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Human beings are multi-faceted, multi-talented beings with individuals having expertise which will nonetheless be unknown to themselves and the world. Whereas success as a Nigerian entertainer, or attaining celeb standing is the best achievement to so many individuals, a few of Nollywood’s greatest celebrities additionally get pleasure from utilizing their different items and one such reward we can be as we speak is the reward or hairdressing/barbing.

Whereas a few of these celebrities left their jobs as barbers to pursue a profession in leisure, some individuals really left their careers in leisure to develop into barbers, and others determined to do each concurrently.

With out additional ado, listed below are 5 Nollywood Celebrities Who Are Additionally Barbers.

1. White Cash

Whitemoney
Whitemoney

Massive Brother Naija Season 6 housemate, White Cash, was many issues and wore many hats earlier than coming into the Massive Brother home. One such endeavor that White Cash did to make cash was barbing. Photos and tales have surfaced on-line about White Cash’s days as a barber and individuals are impressed with how multi-faceted he’s.

2. African China

African China
African China

African China hottest for his songs No Situation is Everlasting, If You Love Someone, and Mr. President has been comparatively quiet within the music trade.

In 2016, it was reported by Vanguard that the acclaimed singer left music to pursue a profession in barbing. African China as on the time of their report is now the proprietor of a hair salon referred to as Chyna City Unisex Magnificence Salon, which is positioned at Festac, Lagos.

3. John Okafor

John Okafor - Mr Ibu
John Okafor – Mr Ibu

John Okafor popularly recognized worldwide as Mr. Ibu is one in every of Nigeria’s hottest comedy actors. However life wasn’t at all times rosy for Mr. Ibu. Talking about his rising up, John Okafor recounted the roles he needed to do after his father handed in 1975. John stated:

That was how we turned fathers to one another and to our mum. I used to be coaching myself in secondary college. I used to be doing all kinds of strange jobs. I bought hearth wooden, I used to be a barber, I used to be assembling picket crates of minerals, I used to be concerned within the snapping of wait-and-take footage. I used to be a butcher; if you wish to kill a goat, cow, pig, and many others, I’d do it for you, lower it to your required sizes, and take it to your home. That was how I used to be surviving. It was from these petty jobs that I bought cash to see myself by college.

4. Prince

Prince
Prince

When Massive Brother Naija’s Prince was in the home, followers had been shocked together with his barbing and hairdressing talents a lot in order that they began a GoFundMe to fund a hairdressing salon for him.

After the home, Ebuka requested him the place his concept for a barbing store got here from and Prince revealed that in 2012, he labored as a barber for one 12 months earlier than coming into the college.

5. Majid Michel

Ghanaian actor and Nollywood star, Majid Michel shocked followers when he posted footage of himself chopping fellow actor John Dumelo’s hair. Whereas Majid didn’t clarify the image, followers discover it admirable that Majid has this different life ability that he’s placing to make use of.

Wow! So African China, Whitemoney, Mr. Ibu, Prince and Majid Michel are additionally all barbers. Which one in every of them shocked you probably the most? Let me know by leaving me a touch upon my Fb put up. I’d love to listen to what you suppose.

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