9 Nigerian Male Celebs Who Don’t Want To Ever Grow Old


Bob Dylan kicked off the first wave of the ‘Forever Young’ concept before Shawn Carter had a kick-in-the-door or the dome moment on the issue.

“Forever young, I wanna be forever young/Do you really want to live forever? Forever and ever” that’s really like time travel; everyone wants to look as beautiful as they looked in puberty or mid-twenties, right before mid-life crisis hands it to you on a platter. Don’t you worry. Some have found the Fountain of Youth. The next question will be “I hope he isn’t talking Dencia’s beauty regimen, here”– pause, will you?

You’re talking Pharrell. You’re talking Eminem. You say Kenneth Brian Edmonds. You namedrop Malice or Pusha T of Clipse?

Those names are foreign, though.


I may not show you how to get your youth back– but, I will show you those who did.

Here are 9 Nigerian male celebs who don’t want to grow old:

KWAM 1 aka K1 the Ultimate

Kwam 1. Photo Credit: Punch NG.

Wasiu Ayinde Anifowoshe still looks the same way he did on the cover of ‘Consolidation’. The 58 year old Fuji legend doesn’t want to age one bit; could be that Omogbolahan found the mystical water?

Kwam 1. Photo Credit: Bella Naija


2Face. Photo Credit: too xclusive.


The 40 year old Innocent Idibia has defied nature. That boyish look remains…

2Face. Photo Credit: Bella Naija.


Pasuma. Photo Credit: Bella Naija.


47 year old Popsy Aaliyah, Oganla, Baba Wasila born Wasiu Alabi. Fuji sure has the hidden answers. Yup! Listen more.

Pasuma. Photo Credit: Information NG.

Cyril Stober

Cyril Stober.

This man has been on Tv way before I was born; he has a whooping 3 decades on screen under his belt, but looks the same from when I first saw him reading the NTA news.

Teju Babyface

Teju Babyface. Photo Credit: twitter.


You remember him from ‘Solitaire’ and other Tv dramas? It’s not hard to tell (like Nas, oh another fountain of youth member) why the comedian is called ‘Babyface’.

Teju Babyface. Photo Credit: Daily Post.


Soundsultan. Photo Credit: Instagram.

38 year old Lanre Fasasi came on the Nigerian entertainment scene with ‘Mathematics’ and since then ‘Nothing Has Been The Same’ save his face. His career has grown; his face hasn’t, uhm, ‘grown’.

Soundsultan. Photo Credit: notjustok.

Terry tha Rapman aka Lord TR

Terry tha Rapman/Lord TR. Photo Credit: Zamani Studios.


The 39 year old Swatroot founding member really bathes in the tears of other rappers to stay young. You can’t tell me nothing.

Terry tha Rapman. Photo Credit: Youtube.

DJ Jimmy Jatt

DJ Jimmy Jatt. Photo Credit: thenet.ng.


Uncle Jimmy has been deejaying before it became cool; I’m talking when it wasn’t all DJ’ing on a laptop. So, yes; he’s been around for a longgggggggggggg time.

DJ Jimmy Jatt. Photo Credit: thenet.ng

Julius Agwu

Julius Agwu. Photo Credit: Bella Naija.

The 42 year old ace comedian needs to reveal his secret(s)… Maybe acting on ‘Paradise Park’ was he telling us something.

Julius Agwu. Photo Credit: Instagram.

Ok. Now, we have to get these men for a seminar, don’t you think? One can’t be looking older than men in their 40s and 50s; they need to show us this fountain.

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