- Nigerian twin models identified as Olianna and Olivia said they like modelling because it's fun
- While Olivia described herself as the best singer in the world, Olianna said she is the best dancer in the world
- According to their mum, Adetutu Daramola, the twins have been modelling since they were just four months
Nigerian non-identical twins identified as Olianna and Olivia are Instagram celebrities whose modelling pictures and videos on social media have continued to warm people's hearts.
Speaking with BBC News Pidgin, Olianna said she is the best dancer in the world, while Olivia described herself as the best singer in the world.
Describing themselves as fashion models, the adorable five-year-old kids said they love modelling because it's fun.
Their mum identified as Adetutu Daramola said the twins have been modelling since they were four months, adding that their modelling skill is inherent.
In her words:
"They were beautiful like doll babies when I gave birth to them, so I dress them every day and decorate their hair. Whenever I go to the mall, people would say they are beautiful and that I should let them go into modelling."
The twins' mother said their modelling work doesn't disturb their schooling, adding that they don't joke with school.
In other news about twins, Briefly.co.za reported that tweeps have got so much to say about the photos of twin sisters Davina and Daniella which popped up on Twitter.
Sharing the photos of the sisters, a Twitter user with the handle @Abiso_la said that she really admired how well the twins grew.
In one of the photos, the twins posed for a photo on their birthday with cake and bottles of soft drinks that speak of their childhood era.
The second frame shows the sisters as adults with the same hairstyle as they both smiled. The sisters were overjoyed at the reception of the photos.
Many people who responded to the tweet could relate with the bottle shape of the drinks, saying they reminded them about their childhood.
"I find it funny how we all grew up with this Fanta and Coca-Cola."
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