- Nigerian American singer, Jidenna, recently nearly broke the internet with his new photos
- The music star put his beautifully tattooed body on display as fans could not help but salivate at the yummy goodness
- While some internet users noted that he looked fabulous, others compared him to the fictional character, Aquaman
Popular Nigerian American singer, Jidenna Mobisson, recently shared new photos of himself that had internet users drooling over him.
The music star who used to be known as a classic man seems to have abandoned his suits for a more primal look and his fans are here for it.
Jidenna’s new photos put his heavily tattooed body as well as his auburn locs on display.
The music star wore a burnt orange jacket with monochrome details on the side and accessorised with wrist beads, a necklace and rings.
The snaps seemed to make fans regard the singer in a new light as they all appreciated his look.
Jidenna simply captioned the post:
“I don’t know where the stars is at but I know where I’m at.”
See photos below:
Fans were quick to share their thoughts about the snaps in his comment section. While some people continued to drool, others compared Jidenna to the popular action movie character, Aquaman, or to Game of Thrones character, Khal Drogo.
Interestingly, both fictional characters were played by Hollywood actor, Jason Momoa.
Read what some of them had to say below:
Niggy Minaj said he changed from Classic Man to Aquaman:
Usagi thought he was related to Jason Momoa for a second:
This tweep said he could have been a stunt double for Khal Drogo:
Bunnie wondered how the singer manages to get finer:
Prince joined others to compare him to Jason Momoa:
Gathoni had this to say:
Lex listed the different ways the singer changed his looks:
The 50-year-old supermodel announced her daughter’s arrival on social media, vowing that there was no greater love.
Taking to her various social media platforms on Tuesday, May 18, she blessed fans all with a shot as she clutched her baby girl’s tiny feet in her hands.
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