Chief Daddy Movie Premiere

Influx of Style at the Chief Daddy Movie Premiere

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Influx of Styles at the Chief Daddy Movie Premiere.

Heyy guys. Today is Tuesday, and we are back with our weekly episodes of Only On Vasiti Magazine – Trendy Tuesday.  If you’re joining us for the first time, you’re welcome, and get ready to stay glued and marveled, because Vasiti Magazine is going make you come back here every Tuesday for your fashion trends. Trendy Tuesday, as the name depicts, is all about fashion trends for females every Tuesday. Having said that, let’s move to the deal of the day. We shall be looking at: “Influx of Styles at the Chief Daddy Movie Premiere “.

About the Movie, Chief Daddy.

“Chief Daddy” tells the story of billionaire industrialist Chief Beecroft, a flamboyant benefactor to a large extended family of relatives, household staff and assorted mistresses.

Chief lives large, like there’s no tomorrow, until the day he dies suddenly and the ‘bullion van’ stops. The Movie was directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, written by Bode Asiyanbi and produced by Mosunmola Adudu and Temitayo Abudu. This movie is set to be in cinemas on 14th December 2018.

The Movie Premiere.

The Premiere of “Chief Daddy” was held on Sunday, 2nd December 2018 at Oreintal Hotel Lagos, where Nollywood Stars were in attendance and rocked the theme Opulently Nigerian. 

Let us have a look at the different styles at the Chief Daddy Movie Premiere.

Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Kate Henshaw
Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Bervely Osu
Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Rita Dominic
Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Falz and Yemi Alade
Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Eunice Omole
Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Ini Edo, Rita Dominic
Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Mo Abudu
Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Omoni Oboli
Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Ini Edo
Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Uche Jumbo, Bambam, Chioma Chukwuka
Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Dj Cuppy

 

Chief Daddy Movie Premiere
Patience Ozokwor

In my opinion, these celebrities killed it at the movie premiere. They look beautifully Nigerian and African. The more we embrace our culture and style, the better for us. What do you think? Let’s have your views on the comments section below. Also share this article with family and friends, if you find it helpful. Stay glued to Vasiti Magazine.

To read the Influx of Styles at the King of Boys Movie Premiere, click here.

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