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On Sunday, May 29, 2016 comedian and on-air personality Yaw held the 8th edition of his annual concert and he teamed up with veteran comedian AY to deliver the hilarious play ‘Shalanga’ live on stage at Eko Convention Centre, Eko Hotel Lagos.

In attendance were several Nollywood actors, musicians, comedians, on-air personalities like RMD, Ronke Oshodi-Oke, Olamide, Phyno, Ushbebe, Ali Baba, Don Jazzy, Naomi Mac, Korede Bello, Reekado Banks, Ycee, Burna Boy, Solidstar, Harry Song, Jaywon, CDQ, Dr. Sid, Adekunle Gold and more.

See the photos below.

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Stylish Ladies

Lilian Afegbai

Lilian Afegbai

Zoe Chinaka

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Adunni Ade

Adunni Ade

Kemi Lala Akindoju

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Sonia Ogbonna

Sonia Ogbonna

Bolanle Olukanni

Bolanle Olukanni

Juliet Ibrahim

Juliet Ibrahim

Stephanie Linus

Stephanie Linus

Omowunmi Akinnifesi

Omowunmi Akinnifesi

For the Love of Black

Uche Ogbodo

Uche Ogbodo

Ada Slim

Ada Slim

Iyabo Ojo

Iyabo Ojo

Immaculate

Immaculate

Constance Owoyomi

Constance Owoyomi

Joy Edosa

Joy Edosa

Nikky Ufondu

Nikky Ufondu

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Miss Nigeria 2015 Pamela Peter-Vigboro Leesi

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Victoria Eze

Victoria Eze

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Ik & Sonia Ogbonna

Ik & Sonia Ogbonna

Stephanie & Linus Idahosa

Stephanie & Linus Idahosa

A Casual Approach

AY Makun

AY Makun

Korede Bello

Korede Bello

Richard Mofe-Damijo

Richard Mofe-Damijo

VJ Adams

VJ Adams

Alexx Ekubo

Alexx Ekubo

Ali Baba

Ali Baba

Funnybone

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Linus Idahosa

Linus Idahosa

Okey Bakasi

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CDQ

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Tee Y Mix

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Uche Nnaji

Uche Nnaji

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MC Abbey

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Pencil

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Jaywon

Jaywon

Karim Bhanji

Karim Bhanji

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Raw

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Reekado Banks

Reekado Banks

Solidstar

Solidstar

Tunde Ednut

Tunde Ednut

Uti Nwachukwu

Uti Nwachukwu

Ycee

Ycee

Printastic

Abimbola Fashola

Abimbola Fashola

Tana Adelana

Tana Adelana

Dayo Amusa

Dayo Amusa

Tobi Grey

Tobi Grey

Lepacious Bose

Lepacious Bose

Lolo

Lolo

Ronke Oshodi-Oke

Ronke Oshodi-Oke

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Splash

Splash

Chic & Fab

Aderonke Yusuf

Aderonke Yusuf

Mabel Makun

Mabel Makun

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Monica

Monica Ogah

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Tosin Ajibade

Tosin Ajibade

African Flair

Yaw

Yaw

Adekunle Gold

Adekunle Gold

Dotun Kayode

Dotun Kayode

Elenu

Elenu

Harrysong

Harrysong

Ayo Animashaun

Ayo Animashaun

Debola Williams

Debola Williams

Ik Ogbonna

Ik Ogbonna

Yomi Casual

Yomi Casual

Owen Gee

Owen Gee

EmmaohmaGod

EmmaohmaGod

Oscar

Oscar Oyinsan

Teju Babyface

Teju Babyface

Vector

Vector

Colour Pop

Cossy Orjiakor

Cossy Orjiakor

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Suit Up

Caesar

Caesar

Humblesmith

Humblesmith

Ushbebe

Ushbebe

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Segun Arinze

Segun Arinze

Sexy Steel

Sexy Steel

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Photo Credit: Insigna Media

35 Comments

  1. Ayakata

    June 1, 2016 at 7:20 am

    Don jazzy’s facial expression??..stephanie linus and hubby are??I refuse to give somebody a memo_ronke oshodioke, dayo amusa,uche ogbodo looking like a druggie, cossy-give us something diff….Yaw congrats..the show was definitely a hit!!

    • Damilola

      June 1, 2016 at 4:34 pm

      I don’t know where to start. First of all, Nigerian women be proud of your dark/brown skin. This bleaching/toning is getting out of control, accept the skin you were born in. God didn’t make a mistake. Black is truly beautiful, it sounds cliche but its the freaking truth. Less is truly more beautiful. We have skin color and features that is already pronounced, so we just need little to enhance it. Say no to too much makeup and weave.
      I understand we women don’t have control of our hormones sometimes but please take care of your thighs and legs the way you take care of your face. Using cocoa butter, massaging it helps. Naija men need to improve on their dressing. Some of them look ok.

      P.S Ronke Oshodi, young Americanna. Your dressing is an epic fail. Don’t you ever lie to yourself like this.

    • ropo

      June 2, 2016 at 2:20 am

      “We have skin color and features that is already pronounced, so we just need little to enhance it.”

      Quote of the year

    • ME

      June 2, 2016 at 7:18 pm

      Damilola, I honestly agree with you. Another thing that is getting too common is the accusation of bleaching. Not everyone is bleaching. But I believe you covered that when you touched on people taking care of the rest of their body as they do their faces.
      Please I don’t want to offend anyone, but not all fair women bleached their way to that complexion (and I know that is NOT what Damilola was saying). Some Nigerians, Africans and black people generally are born with light skin.
      As they grow, a lot of things including skin care, climate as in environment and weather, diet, artificial lighting, pregnancy, weight, etc can affect the way their skin looks. There can be temporary or permanent damage depending on the extent of exposure to whatever is affecting the skin badly. But guess what? Even dark skinned ladies suffer hyper pigmentation and other pigment issues but it is less pronounced because of their dark skin tone which helps to cover a ‘multitude of sins’. 😀
      It is painfully irritating when people don’t hesitate to attribute EVERY inconsistency in skin colour to bleaching. Abeg. Please. Biko.
      #blackisbeautiful #lightskinisbeautiful #allofGod’screationsarebeautiful Abeg

  2. ammie

    June 1, 2016 at 7:29 am

    Star studded, looked like they had lots of fun. But what is Ronke Oshodi Oke wearing biko?

  3. T

    June 1, 2016 at 8:34 am

    I don’t know why some people dress the way they do…you don’t have to dress trashy to be seen!!!

  4. DEC

    June 1, 2016 at 8:56 am

    I dont know why women with cellulite love to show their thighs. Its not a good look on any woman.

  5. Donald Trump

    June 1, 2016 at 8:57 am

    All these VIP tables with tiders, bottled water and maltina…………..I blame Buhari!

  6. signature

    June 1, 2016 at 10:45 am

    Uche Obodo and Cossy and Mariah Carey plzzz ooo!!! nobody wears those shoes anymore!! Hian!

    • Nnenna

      June 1, 2016 at 6:16 pm

      Na wa o, you wear what you can afford and like

  7. tiny

    June 1, 2016 at 11:20 am

    Nigerian male artist looking like clowns

    • aj

      June 3, 2016 at 3:57 am

      lmaoooooo I know right?

  8. kenya

    June 1, 2016 at 11:24 am

    Just look at Cossy! kai… na wa

  9. Lerenzo

    June 1, 2016 at 11:41 am

    Hot mess!!!! But why…. all dem ladies lookin so ratchet

  10. Lola

    June 1, 2016 at 11:47 am

    Who did this to Aunty Ronke Oshodi-Oke?Cossy no they tire with this sagging breast.

  11. teegirl

    June 1, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    I look look look ooo but I still don’t understand what Aunty Sonia Ogbonna’s top is all about. Oga o fashion has suffered. Some of these ladies (e.g. Aunty Cossy) look like desperados??????.

  12. Mrs O

    June 1, 2016 at 3:52 pm

    Hi Caesar……..

  13. Prince

    June 1, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    Ronke Oshodi whatever, are you sure you dont need serious help, i think you do. Linus Idahosa, abeg dash me dat shoe.
    That Miss Nigeria ugly no be small. most of them look great. well done Yaw

  14. Nancy

    June 1, 2016 at 4:12 pm

    What was the dress code? show me your breast and bra?

  15. coke

    June 1, 2016 at 4:34 pm

    May the spirit of the Lord be with cossy as she bags the award of the most tacky lady ever.

  16. arierr

    June 1, 2016 at 5:22 pm

    Miss Ronke Oshodi, Cossy (Yuck!) and that Man who is photographed behind Yaw (who looks presentable for once; TG!), if u guys werent forced at Gun point to leave ur various houses to this event dressed as such, you three deserve at least 1 Million dollar fine each for abuse of Fashion and eye endangerment.

    To others who weren’t as terrible but still bad, Google and You tube re the best friends you will ever have. Take culls from them on what to wear and how to wear clothes for different kinds of ocassions and events. Many dressing out of place here

  17. nwa nna

    June 1, 2016 at 5:39 pm

    Naija folks either are over dressing or under dressing for events since 1805… My people please learn to wear what will flatter your physique rather than distract and take away from it.. It’s okay to dress relaxed and still look fly, this was supposed to be fun relaxing event after all 😛

  18. kkay

    June 1, 2016 at 6:08 pm

    Some ladies be scaring me (cellulite and all). Some guys, scarecrows!

    Best dressed ladies: Lady in white shift dress, grey shoes & gold accessories, Adunni Ade, Zoe Chinaka, Omowunmi Akinnifesi, Tobi Grey (a little touch to the hair) ,lady in white/blue vintage patterned shirt and white pants, Stephanie Linus, Tana Adelana, Kemi Lala Anthony (a shorter version of the gown for this concert), Victoria Eze ( jumpsuit, a few more inches – optional), lady in red jumpsuit (not to be mistaken with the one with cape), lady in navy sleeveless jumpsuit with black lapel.

    The guys that got it right: Vector , Linus Idahosa, Tee Y Mixx, Jaywon, Mr. Raw, Ali Baba, the guy that looks like Praiz, …Solidstar…(fair)
    Don Jazzy, it would be good to get a wardrobe consultant for your younger artistes, Korede Bello, Reekado Banks. Good for the Mavin Brand image.

    For couples: Linus and Stephanie Idahosa.

    What’s with the Aboki look for some guys here? Kai, menini?!!
    Ada Slim (O gini kwa? Kilode?!!)

    Won’t even waste my breath on some ladies!

  19. Put Some Respect on Yourself.

    June 1, 2016 at 6:10 pm

    Too much cellulite thighs and legs on show; too much leg with dark/black marks on show; too much bulging tummy in skintight (and short) clothing on show; too much fat, heavy, chunky bodies looking awkwardly (un)balanced and out of proportion on high-heeled and uncomfortable-looking shoes on show; and there should be an ADVISORY of some sort before the first photo in the Color Pop series.

    I wish ladies would learnt to dress for their body size and shape. It is not every single fashion trend that you must wear and force your body into. Beauty and class is not about trend, is not about fashion, it’s about STYLE, and style is personal and individual and is what you do/wear that ENHANCES your best points and strengths. If you don’t have it, don’t flaunt it. If you are over-weight, with bulging tummy, cellulite and bulges everywhere, don’t flaunt that! Don’t wear tight, figure-hugging clothes. You don’t have the figure those clothes are made to hug. Your bodies may be very huggable but not for those clothes. Your legs have cellulite, slim or fat, don’t wear minis that expose that; it’s very, very unattractive. Your legs have black marks, scabs, etc, don’t wear minis that draw all the more attention to that. Wear good support under-clothing. Wear the right bra for your size. Keep your bra and bra straps out of sight. Anything else is so trashy, please. If you’re plus size (let me be PC), find what suits you and works for you and not against you, the same as non-plus sizers find what suits them and works for them; if you must wear tight, figure-hugging, find ways to do so; how about combining a fitted, body-hugging (could even be leather), long (past the knees) pencil skirt, with an asymmetrical cut top in a color pop (check out Wani Fuga); how about beautiful, flowy, elegant and really fresh and fashionable pieces (check out Tiffany Amber, and Wani Fuga again), etc; must you have masses of hair streaming around your face, perched uncomfortably on your head before you are beautiful or fashionable? it’s not for everyone; sometimes, you just look hot and itchy underneath it and it looks so fake; what about updos? what about your own hair in layered cuts (Toni Braxton, Waje, Anita Baker), what about braids, cornrows, ghana weaving, chignons,buns, detachable ponytails (both afro and straight), what is with all this horse hair-looking stuff? Easy on the makeup; your daily look should not scream “”red light district””. It’s okay, sometimes to just apply a lip balm especially when you’ve really given your brows definition, and your eyes, and done all the cat-eye, smoky eye, etc; it can give you a fresh, younger, and more real and attractive, appealing beauty. Everything doesn’t have to be heavy and strong and out there all at the same time.

    Enough, please. Enough.

    • ReeRee

      June 2, 2016 at 5:12 pm

      BEST COMMENT EVER!

    • thinkabout it

      June 3, 2016 at 12:21 am

      @Put Some Respect on Yourself; were you reading my mind? I was just thinking the same thing!!
      You’re right; these ladies need to take it easy with the tight clothes, long weaves and heavy makeup. I agree that the “heavier” women need clothes that would compliment their physique and highlight their strengths. About the hair I was also thinking about certain looks that might compliment some of these ladies such as a high ponytail, a “tony-Braxton” boy cut, some braids or maybe a layered bob rather than all that weave. And yes the cellulite is a problem. Some of these ladies need to cover up their legs because showing skin does not compliment their look but rather diminishes it.
      Another commonality I did not like were the open toe shoes. Some people need to wear pumps rather than sandals; I think it would look better with their outfits. Also; not everyone has pretty feet; some people need to cover it up (both men & women)!
      Well…..i guess these people forget they’re now in the limelight and will get more attention than they are accustomed to. What makes it worse is that these photos are being posted online for the whole world to see and once its out there it can never be erased.
      I hope they work on their sense of style and presentation.

  20. Drew

    June 1, 2016 at 6:29 pm

    Nigerians and the their nyamanyama dressing ??(bite me!). Someone is wearing jeans and cambo(trainers),another in dinner/formal wear,another in winter boots and hat and another in a cocktail dress. All attending the same event. And of course, they never fail with Wack make-up and the dramatic weaves. ??

  21. Swhitah

    June 1, 2016 at 8:16 pm

    Na wa ooo Omoh see dressing…. see dat man beside Yaw., dressing gone wrong, he looks like wetin I no know. lemme reserve my comment and comment my reserve. https://www.bellanaija.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/YAW-2-600×900.jpg

  22. deediva

    June 2, 2016 at 8:13 am

    https://www.bellanaija.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Shalanga-Yaw-BellaNaija-2-600×400.jpg

    hehhehehe these mummies…i wonder whats going on in their minds…pls caption this

    • ME

      June 2, 2016 at 7:00 pm

      “We are in end times” loooooool

  23. T

    June 2, 2016 at 8:32 am

    Adunni Ade is beautiful..and she’s not even trying so hard.

  24. ME

    June 2, 2016 at 6:58 pm

    I was laughing at some of the images but ah….the comments!….lmbo. Yes, one of those good days where people aren’t insulting each other in the comments section. Since we all agree that the presentation of some of these our ‘stars’ on red carpet is a mess, please what can we do about it? The truth about makeup and clothing (for men and women) in Nigeria, is that there is simply not enough variety. People often have to make do with what they see; whatever looks good is usually exceptionally expensive.
    To be fair, many of our entertainers are not earning what…maybe Rihanna or Beyonce are earning. They have responsibilities and bills which often includes taking care of immediate and extended family. You know how it is in Nigeria and Africa as a whole. Please how can we get in chic, affordable and accessible fashion into Nigeria?
    I would honestly like to give Cossy the benefit of doubt and believe that she would actually dress better than that unflattering mess she had on if she had seen an alternative.
    Abeg, it’s not just the celebrities o, is anyone thinking of helping the fashion and beauty situation in Nigeria?…by supplying clothing and beauty items or giving style advice,etc. The market is very ripe from what I can see.

  25. BJ

    October 22, 2017 at 9:09 pm

    They all look fantastic and seems to be have a great time…. living for the moment.

  26. Tontiella

    October 31, 2018 at 1:38 am

    Wow, she wrote everything I was thinking. Too much western influence!!

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