- A Nigerian man identified as Yakubu Oniyakuya aka Bizzyaski has opened a tattoo shop in the United States
- The Nigerian man was celebrated by his White and Black friends in the US who graced the launching of the tattoo shop
- Artiste and social media influencer Tunde Ednut also took to Instagram to celebrate Yakubu, describing the latter as the first Nigerian to open a tattoo shop in the US
A Nigerian man identified as Yakubu Oniyakuya aka Bizzyaski has been celebrated by his White and Black friends in the United States after opening a tattoo shop in the North American country.
Taking to his Instagram page to share a video of the beautiful moment, social media influencer Tunde Ednut said Yakubu is the first Nigerian to open a tattoo shop in the US.
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According to Tunde Ednut, Yakubu's achievement is a "Grammy for Nigerian tattoo industry".
In the video, both Whites and Blacks hailed Yakubu who soon became emotional in the course of the celebration.
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The Nigerian man kept wiping his tears of joy as his friends celebrated one of the most beautiful days of his life with him.
Social media reacts
Nigerians on social media soon flooded the comment section of the post to celebrate Yakubu.
An Instagram user with the handle @iamknifymusic said:
"The first???? Reallyyy?"
"My class mate. Blown everywhere."
Cubana Chiefpriest reacts after lady tattooed his name on her back
In other news, the celebrity tattoo era doesn’t seem to be over yet as an unidentified lady recently caught the attention of Nigerians after tattooing the names of socialites, Cubana Chiefpriest and Obi Cubana, on her back.
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A video making the rounds on social media captured the lady at the tattoo studio where she got the body art.
She spelt out Obi Cubana’s name on her back. Unfortunately, the lady and her tattoo artist seemed to have mixed things up as they wrongly spelt Chiefpriest’s name.
The lady had ‘Chiefprince’ carved out on her back instead of Chiefpriest. Check out a video as sighted on Instagram.