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Top 5 Nigerian Female Celebrities we’ve seen as Tomboys

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Nigerian female celebrities are definitely not taking the backseat when it comes to fashion trends.

Top 5 Nigerian Female Celebrities we've seen as Tomboys

But a good number of them have always been seen as tomboys, and some of them have managed to keep it up despite their celebrity status in Nigeria. Well, we’re simply going to list out all the Nigerian female celebrities we’ve noticed as Tomboys in the society… Lol… yeah!

1. DJ LAMBO

Top 5 Nigerian Female Celebrities we've seen as Tomboys

Dj Lambo has been notably tagged as the King of female DJ’s in Nigeria by a music rapper, M.I. The chocolate city disc jockey is one to admire for her fearless mind in rocking and dressing like a boy any time any day while hitting events.

2. CYNTHIA MORGAN

Top 5 Nigerian Female Celebrities we've seen as Tomboys

Cynthia Ikponmwenosa Morgan, popularly known by her stage name Cynthia Morgan, is a Nigerian born songwriter and singer, her music is a fusion of pop, hip hop, dance-hall and rap. We love her boyish looks though.

3. SPLASH

Top 5 Nigerian Female Celebrities we've seen as Tomboys

Rapper Splash is the self acclaimed queen of the eastern rap and she continues to keep her boyish look at all times. We love her dapper look in a boyish style.

4. SAEON

Top 5 Nigerian Female Celebrities we've seen as Tomboys Top 5 Nigerian Female Celebrities we've seen as Tomboys

Pop singer Seun Oni and ‘Boogie Down’ crooner, known simply as Saeon is a certified tomboy. This incredible singer/rapper is definitely the most Gangsta-like out of the rest — From her attitude to posture, and to songs she just has this overly thumb boyish feeling that makes her stand out.

5. EVA ALORDIAH

Top 5 Nigerian Female Celebrities we've seen as Tomboys

She’s a Nigerian rapper, entertainer, make-up artist, fashion designer and entrepreneur. She is also currently considered as one of the best female rappers in Nigeria.

What do you think of them? Do you like their lifestyles?