Top 15 Most Curvy Celebrities In Africa
Have you ever wondered who the most curvy celebrity in Africa is? if yes, look no further.
This list is compiled from the selection of both musicians, Actresses, socialites, On Air Personalities (OAP) and models.
These ladies are not just curvy, they’re gorgeous in every sense. Check the list of the top 15 most curvy African celebrities.
Ranked in no particular order, the ladies below are the most curvy celebrities in Africa.
1. Princess Shyngle (Gambia)
Shyngle is a Gambian actress based in Ghana who is considered to be one of the most curvaceous ladies in Ghanaian movie industry. Over time, she has become a s*x symbol as her male fans grow massively on social media.
2. Corazon Kwamboka (Kenya)
Corazon Kwamboka also made this list of top 15 curvy celebrities in Africa. She is a Kenyan socialite, model, an entreprenuer and a lawyer. She rose to fame after her semi-nude photos began doing rounds on the internet.
3. Vera Sidika (Kenya)
Vera Sidika, also known as Vee Beiby, is a Kenyan television and social media personality, celebrity, video vixen entrepreneur and socialite.
4. Mercy Johnson (Nigeria)
Actress Mercy Johnson has one of the best curvy figures in Nollywood. She is full figured and shows off her assets both in movies and on the red carpet. Her nicely sculpted hips have given her the confidence and self esteem to take on sexy roles.
5. Moesha Boduong (Ghana)
The Ghanaian Model and actress who is fond of flaunting her huge *coughs* on social media is a wonderful sight to behold.
6. Kimberly Kholiwe Cindi (South Africa)
Kimberly Kholiwe Cindi is an upcoming south African Model with curves that can best be described as perfect. To me she is the most curvy celebrity in Africa
7. Matilda Quaye (Ghana)
A video vixen and philanthropist from Ghana credited as the woman with the widest natural hips ever in the country. Her hips indeed prove that Ghanaian women are really endowed and here is the evidence we gathered.
8. Omotola Jalade Ekeinde (Nigeria)
Nigerian actress Omotola loves flaunting her famous curves and legs. Reason being that she has killer curves. The iconic Nollywood star’s sexiness has earned her the name Omosexy. She is regarded as the most powerful actress in Nigeria.
9. Toolz Oniru (Nigeria)
Tolu Oniru, popularly known as Toolz, is a Nigerian voluptuous radio personality, talk show host, and presenter. She is best known for hosting The Midday Show on The Beat 99.9 FM.
10. Judy Anyango (Kenya)
Kenyan socialite, Judy Anyango is a curvaceous beauty with a humongous bum and she flaunts it steadily to entrap her male admirers.
11. Grace Msalame (Kenyan)
This curvy, intelligent and fashionable media personality first graced the Television when she was 19 years old and managed to grow to be a top manager at KISS Tv. She is currently the content manager at Bamba Tv.
12. Noni Zondi (South Africa)
Noni Zondi is a South African Rapper/Singer/Model who resides in UK. She is often referred to as African Nicki Minaj for “obvious’ reasons. She is also the hottest African rapper alive.
13. Agnes Masogange (Tanzania)
Agnes Masogange is Tanzania’s most popular socialite. she’s a model who makes a living off Instagram, she has been referred to as Africa’s most famous Instagram Booty Model.
14. Sanchoka (Tanzania)
According to reports, the Tanzanian model Sanchoka, is said to have the biggest booty in Africa, with her hips reportedly around 52-inch.
15. Juliet Ibrahim (Ghana)
This gorgeous Ghanaian actress is of Lebanese, Liberian and Ghanaian descent. After several reports of her hips being fake hip pads, Juliet Ibrahim laughed off the reports by sharing on her Instagram a collage photo of her well-shaped body to prove it’s all natural. Aside from her stunning hips and belle physique, her face and lips are just adorable.
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