- Ozo has honoured the memory of Kobe Bryant in a stunning way
- The BBNaija star shared a photo with a basketball, inspired by the late basketball legend
- In the caption, Ozo shared a quote by Bryant and added that legends never die
Big Brother Naija reality star, Ozo, gave fans yet another reason to smile with his recently-shared Instagram post inspired by the late Kobe Bryant.
In a black-and-white photo, Ozo is seen posing in a black sweatshirt holding a basketball which he leans into with his forehead.nThe photo of the Lockdown ex-housemate was done in honour of Kobe Bryant, who had struck the exact pose in one of his photoshoots.
Ozo shared both photos and captioned them with a quote from the late professional basketball player which reads:
"The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do."
The BBNaija star added:
"Legends never die!!!"
See post below:
In the same light, Ozo honoured the memory of boxing legend, Mohammed Ali, with an imitation of the boxer's powerful and popular underwater image. Like Bryant, he used one of Ali's quotes.
Meanwhile, BBNaija star Ka3na left tongues wagging when she unfollowed Ozo on Instagram.
The reality TV stars used to be very good friends while they were in the house. However, a few days ago, it was discovered that Ka3na had unfollowed the handsome young man on social media.
A few months ago after Ozo was evicted from the BBNaija show, he told the show's host Ebuka that he knew he was stupid in his pursuit of Nengi's love.
Meanwhile, Lockdown finalist, Neo Akpofure, recently spoke in an interview about his relationship with fellow housemate, Vee, and on whether his cousin, Venita’s opinion affected it.
The reality show treated viewers to a number of relationships, including that between Neo and Vee, who ended up being finalists on the show.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Big Brother celeb couple, Lexi Van and Mandla Hlatshwayo, welcomed their first bundle of joy and took to social media to express their, joy, happiness and gratitude. Lexi shared a screenshot of her hubby's tweet revealing that their baby was born on Friday, 12 April at 9.28pm.
She explained to her fans that she was quiet all this while because she was preparing herself mentally for giving birth for the first time. She wrote:
"I know I've been so quiet, but that's coz i just needed to physically and emotionally prepare myself for my biggest fear (birth!!! ) hence, the silence... I can't believe I'm a mom, to be honest, it feels weird and I still have to pinch myself...Pregnancy and motherhood is extremely overwhelming, but im sure I'll be fine. Mandla beat me to it, by posting, he's sooooo inlove baby was born on Friday."
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