Nigeria is endowed with many beautiful women all over the country, but our focus is on Nigeria’s film industry, Nollywood.
The film industry is brimming with curvy women. Having curves, being endowed in the right places, and having a flat tummy has recently become a race many women compete in. Some are blessed by nature, some by exercise, and some are willing to go under the knife to achieve their desired shape and take sultry photos to ‘pepper’ viewers.
The following are the top five naturally curvy Nigerian celebrities in Nollywood;
- Nkechi Blessing Sunday
Nkechi Blessing is a well-known Nollywood actress who is known for her curvy backside. People speculated that she had surgery, but she denied it. Looking through some of her old photos reveals that she did not have plastic surgery.
To attract the attention of her fans, the actress has a huge backside and a curvy shape. Blessing, a musician and brand ambassador, is a well-known face in the Yoruba film industry. The 32-year-old actress is married to Hon Falegan Opeyemi David, an Ekiti politician.
- Ronke Odusanya
Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, arguably Nollywood’s most beautiful actress, looks her age despite having four children.
Omotola Jalade Ekeinde MFR is a former model, Nigerian actress, singer, and philanthropist. Since then,
Omotola made her Nollywood film debut in 1995 and has appeared in over 300 films, selling millions of video copies. When she was 18 years old, she married Captain Matthew Ekeinde.
- Chidinma Agunobi aka Princess Salt
Chidinma Agunobi is her real name, but she is better known as Princess Salt.
She is a fast-rising actress in the Nollywood film industry with killer curves.
- Biodun Okeowo Sofuyi
Biodun Okeowo is a popular Yoruba actress who is also known as Omobutty, a nickname she earned after appearing in the popular film of the same name. According to the actress, she has an hourglass figure inherited from her late mother.
The fair-skinned actress is a well-known figure in the Yoruba film industry. In 2006, the mother of two entered the film industry.