Female Stars Of The Best Web Series In Naija Right Now

Celebs Of The World Wide Web

By  | Jan 29, 2021, 07:26 PM  | Top of The

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In the early 2000s, the only claim to fame for many of our Nigerian celebrities was through the television screen.
Enter the internet and digital filmmakers, now anyone can be a star, with the right team and great content.

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 As more people spend their time online, it is important to celebrate the people who make the data we spend on movies and series worth it. These ladies constantly give their viewers joy by the sheer amount of work they put into their craft, and Naijalebrity will be putting them in the spotlight.

Teniola Aladese- Little Black Book, Lara of Lagos
Teni's range is incredible and her facial expressions give us life. She has featured in several productions, but today we fangirl over her presence in the running series Little Black Book, created by The Naked Convos Company. Teni plays the role of Tade, a business developer turned Executive Assistant to a handsome CEO. She doesn’t think she is boring but the boss thinks otherwise. With the way things are going, however, we would not be surprised when things switch up! And of course, we’re here to cheer Teni- and Tade- to her victory in securing the bag... and the boss, of course.

Sharon Ooja- Skinny Girl in Transit, The Men’s Club
Sharon is the epitome of grace and poise in real life. She also embodies these character traits in her roles on Tv. In Skinny Girl in Transit, she is Shalewa, the fashionable younger sister of the protagonist. In The Men’s Club, Sharon plays the role of Jasmine, the love interest and baby mama to the richest man in all the history of Nigerian web series, Aminu Garba. 

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Mimi Chaka- The Men’s Club
Mimi is a queen. She came into the Men’s Club as Tumini, a banker and the breath of Fresh Air Aminu and viewers around the world needed. What makes Tumini sweet to watch is her innocence and unassuming nature. Alas, she was the stroke that tamed the lion. In contradictory fashion, Mimi plays a fierce Queen Mofe in Riona- a TV Series. It shows she has the range: she can be demure, she can breathe fire. What more could we ask for?

Nengi Adoki- The Men’s Club, The Most Toasted Girl
We love a good story, and we love a good storyteller even more. Nengi’s combination of class and street is what endears her to many viewers on the world wide web. In The Men’s Club, we empathise with her character Lola who’s ‘other woman’ dilemma gets us riled up, especially as we see the amazing chemistry she has with her on-screen lover, Louis. It would be false though if we said we aren’t digging their chemistry away from the screen.


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Enado Odigie- The Men’s Club
Enado is the cool calm and collected sister you want in your circle. In The Men’s Club, she comes in as Hadiza, a damsel in distress trying to separate herself from her abusive boyfriend, then her character grows to be more than that- She becomes the mature person; the voice of reason, the high flying Lagos babe whose chemistry with Tayo we can liken to a gentle fire: steadily burning with embers of friendship and attraction.
We love these series; we gladly join their communities and pitch tents in the comment section of each episode.
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