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For those who missed it, here’s where Olajumoke’s story started. Olajumoke Orisaguna is a young woman who was selling bread on the streets while Ty Bello was photographing Tinie Tempah for a ThisDay Style cover shoot.
When the photos from Tinie’s shoot were published on social media, everyone kept asking about “the model”. Ty explained that she was not a model and was selling bread on the streets at the time of the shoot.
A social media campaign to find her kicked off. Once she was found, Ty along with Bimpe Onakoya and Zubby Definition, made the 27 year old mother of 2 over for the shoot which we get to see today according to BellaNaija, a documentary is to follow..
What an amazing and inspiring story from grass to grace…
This is what T.Y Bellow had said when she was asked about the Agege Bread Seller featured on the earluer image captured below,
TY Bello replied “BEATIFULX : WHO IS SHE.Every one has been asking if this lady is a model .. It was just perfect coincidence … She just happened to be walking by while I photographed . It happened so fast .She definitely SHOULD be a model. .. I’m happy to help her build a portfolio if she’s interested .She’s so beautiful and photographed so well. I’ll find a way to track her down somehow . You guys can also help #lagos #doesanyonerecognizeher #okunorentwins #tinietempah @thisdaystyle #lagos #phaseone”
Congratulations to the latest star in town.
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