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Photos: 7 Nigerian Music Celebrities in Big Budget Hollywood Movies by How Far Na?

The folks at ‘How Far Na?’ (translated to mean “what’s good?” “What’s been happening?” “What have you been up to?”) had me in stitches when I saw this email last week that they sent. I couldn’t wait to share it with you all. I LOVE comedy and comedy driven movies and I appreciate How Far Na? making me laugh with this creativity. LOL!

#1. D’Banj – Captain Phillips
Dbanj Captain Phillips

DBanj Captain Phillips 1

#2. Harry Songz in Mandela
Harry Songz Mandela

Harry Songz Mandela 2

#3. Lynxxx – The Wolf of Wall Street (Hahahahahahahaha. LOL!)
Lynxxx The Wolf Street

Lynxxx The Wolf of Wall Street 2

#4. MI in Man of Still – (LOL! #Dead. MI’s height will forever be what jokes are made of? Good he is a strong man. LOL!)

MI Man of Still

MI Man of Still 2

#5. Sarkodie and Miss Jaie in Tore
Sarkodie and Miss Jaie in Tore

Sarkodie and Miss Jaie in Tore 2

#6.Mo Eazy in The Great Gats Be
Mo Eazy Great Gats Be

Mo Eazy Great Gas Be 2

#7. Tiwa Savage -Anger Games (loooooooooo)
Tiwa Savage Anger Games 1

Tiwa Savage Anger Games 2

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  1. MrEbis says:

    The comments are very hilarious. hopefully it doesnt fan any beef among celebs who cant take a joke.

    1. Lol! They will get over it. It\’s a parody.


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