8 Times Nigerian Artistes Promoted Healthy Eating…Or Not?

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Healthy lifestyle involves choosing a balanced diet and sticking religiously to an eating plan. Health is wealth may sound cliched, well, one has to protect one’s life– loving your body and soul, right?

Art represents these standards, and time and time again helps to spread the message of healthy living…or not–could be innuendos. Remember when Rick Ross advised the world to eat more ‘Diced Pineapples’? Kelis’ ‘Milkshake’ wasn’t  a protein-intake campaign either.

Nigerian artistes, too, are not left out–they are either promoting health or, well… You judge; here are 8 times Nigerian artistes promoted healthy eating…or not?

Pasuma- Ogede Ti Pon

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‘Ogede’, plantain or banana in Yoruba is nutritious, ehn? Ripe or not? Maybe.

Source: Youtube.

Slyde- Banana

Musa species are healthy? Ehm… with a name like Slyde and Banana? What is happening, here?

Source: Youtube

Seriki- Agbalumo

Star Apple. Udara. Agbalumo. Wait a second…

Source: Youtube

Iyanya- Gift

“She wants the cucumber”? Making salad? Pause.

Source: Youtube.

Oritsefemi- Redi Dance

No, the cucumber isn’t a Shoki hand movement, don’t be deceived, neither a vegetable– “while some like cucumber”, really?

Source: Youtube.

Dr. Sid- Chop Ogbono

The doctor must know one or two things about the wild bush mango seed… Seed. Seed.

Source: Youtube.

D’Prince- Take Banana

One banana a day, recommended by D’Prince. Royal health wisdom?

Source: Youtube.

2 Kriss- Jogede

Another praise for Musa species?

Source: Youtube.

See Also: 10 Nigerian Celebs With The Most Ridiculous Accents


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