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JamJam & Imade Adeleke are the Cutest Superheroes for Halloween!



Halloween is in full swing and Tiwa Savage‘s son JamJam and Davido’s daughter Imade should most definitely get an award for most adorable costumes!

This year, the two kids opted to be Superheroes. While JamJam was Catboy, Imade was Stephanie from LazyTown.

See photos below:

Photo Credit: @tiwasavage, @realimadeadeleke


  1. Ijebujesha

    October 27, 2018 at 2:46 am

    Nigerians, halloween. Nigerians, black Friday. Let’s kuku be celebrating Thanksgiving and Independence and all America’s holiday. Let’s put it out there that there is mental colonization after the physical one. The kids look nice though.

    • Cocolette

      October 27, 2018 at 3:06 pm

      Ah… They celebrate Thanksgiving oh… You haven’t heard Nigerians resident in Nigeria wishing others ‘Happy Thanksgiving’?! (well, they may be IJGBs). Bellanaija sef does not help matters as they post about ‘summer fashion’, ‘fall fashion’, Halloween, Thanksgiving, black friday etc… I just roll my eyes.
      Meanwhile I’m pretty sure I’ve never seen anything about the masquerade festival in BN owner’s village.
      The whole thing just Taya me. I wonder what will be left of our culture, norms, tradition and language in the next 100years

    • 9ja

      October 30, 2018 at 12:22 am

      @Ijebu, is Halloween (“All Hallows Eve”) an American celebration? Just the same way the Americans and other countries (even as far as the UAE’s Dubai) has adopted Halloween and the (commercially super-exploitative Black Friday) in the age of Globalization, why not Nigeria?! It’s a little bit of fun that hurts no-one (except for perhaps the likes of Cocoa and her tribe of fundamentalists). Lighten up a little folks. There’s still New Yam and Eyo festivals for those who want to go/stay local. it’s a big enough tent!!

  2. Mercy Stephen

    August 17, 2020 at 2:38 pm

    Seriously imade is the real child of davido ” even with out DNA , because she really looks beautiful as him

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