- Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has lambasted a Nigerian artist who drew a portrait of her
- The portrait the artist drew is a caricature version of the actress' original photo and many people on social media couldn't believe their eyes after seeing it
- Sharing the work on Instagram, Omotola indicated that the artist is not well
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Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has taken to social media to express displeasure over her portrait that was drawn by a Nigerian artist.
She shared photo of the artist holding the original photograph and a caricature version of it. The actress wrote:
"Pls you’re not well. What is this? Come May28th you’ll be LockedDown."
In recent times, Nigerian artists have been drawing portraits of celebrities and tagging them on social media. While many of them acknowledge the show of love, others ignore it.
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Instagram users soon flooded Omotola's post to react to the artist's way of showing love to the actress.
"This is preposterous!!!"
"At least he got the edges... I be artist I can draw now see what he has done..."
In similar news, a young Nigerian virtual artist, Seyi Adewusi, has made an adorable portrait of music producer Don Jazzy which he shared on social media.
The young man with the Twitter handle @Seyi_Eraser urged tweeps to help him tag the entertainment guru so he could see the masterpiece.
He said he would like to meet Don Jazzy and touch the helm of his garment.
Speaking to Legit.ng, Adewusi aka Eraser Art said Don Jazzy is a man of the people who appreciates and promotes every talent he comes across, adding that someone like that deserves a lot of accolades.
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Speaking about his art and the industry, he said:
"I've been a virtual artist for about a year now and during that time I've worked with people like Bobrisky, Vee, Henry Arnold to name a few.
"I think the industry is a fresh untapped industry and is growing with time. With time, Nigerians will appreciate the industry better, but for now let's say 4/10."