- Kashmir Thompson has become an internet sensation by creating black pop culture brand
- The 30-year-old artist translated her love for the fashion styles in the 1990s into business
- She captures some of the most iconic moments of the 1990s in a vibrant and unique fashion
Black pop culture brand is becoming something people are associating themselves with, many thanks to Kashmir Thompson.
The 30-year-old artist from Cleveland translated her love for the fashion styles in the 90's into business, How Africa reports.
She has become an internet sensation for capturing some of the most iconic moments of the 1990s in a vibrant and unique fashion.
Kashmir sells clutches, totes, shirts and prints all designed by hand, adorned with black idols like Malcolm X, Lil Kim, and Grace Jones along with popular television shows and pop culture figures.
Olabisi Olaniran is among Nigerians with rare abilities as he is able to speak eight languages which include Yoruba, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German and Chinese.
David Ayodeji J on LinkedIn wrote on the social media platform: "He also has a smattering notion of Igbo, Hausa and Arabic."
Olaniran provides training, translation, interpreting and multilingual content development to individuals and corporate organisations through his signature Oyster Language & Multifaceted Services.
The Nigerian man is said to be working with seasoned language teachers, translators, interpreters and linguists.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man identified as Dr Dein Braide narrated how he helped an Uber driver who bashed his car on Thursday, June 25.
The man with the Twitter handle @alabo_braide took to the social media platform to narrate the experience which he said humbled him.
He said he was unaware that the driver was driving one-way and before he realised it, the driver ripped off part of his car bumper.
Dr Braide said his mechanic came to the scene to assess the damage and said it would cost 105,000 naira to fix the car.
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