June 14, 2024

She added that we live in a world where nobody supports hard-working women but appreciates those who flaunt their bodies online.

A former gospel singer turned Instagram slay queen, Evan Okoro, has proudly declared her backside as public property.

Evan, who caused a massive stir on the internet a while ago after she narrated how she moved from being a devoted Christian and music minister to someone who now shares photos and videos of herself barely clad, stated this in a new video she shared online.

In the video, she emphasized that she would continue exposing her body because that’s what sells in today’s world.

According to her, she has tried comedy, acted in movies, and sung both secular and gospel songs, but none of these endeavors brought her fame.

She added that we live in a world where nobody supports hard-working women but appreciates those who flaunt their bodies online.

In light of this, Evan Okoro pledged to continue sharing ‘Otele’ (Buttocks) content on social media, as she believes it is what has propelled her to the current level of stardom she enjoys.

Watch her speak below,

Just recently, Evan created a huge buzz online after her throwback photos surfaced on the internet.

The voluptuous lady, identified as Evan Okoro, who regularly shares raunchy photos and videos of herself, began trending online after posting throwback photos that depict her as a “church girl”.

However, Evan’s background goes beyond being a church girl; she was also a gospel singer who had released soul-stirring tracks, and her transformation to an ‘Instagram baddie’ has got netizens talking.

In one of her posts, she shared the cover of her gospel album and reflected on the numerous challenges she faced to get to where she is.

“Real story of if your church can not change you, you change your church, Isaaa dewu dewu season. Proud sweet teenage girl that brought her parent to the city back then, with full of dreams, I was feeling like a boss here the day I took this picture.chai I started suffering from childhood oooo.

At 13 I rented Comfortable one room and parlor for my parent and brought them out from village to the city, Onisha city, yes that was my first dream in life. And God helped me to achieve it. I hawked everything hawkable just for my family to move to the city, at such a tender age. Life is a journey abeg make I enjoy my life small.. because my childhood was taking away from me by poverty. But today!!! Well the story is for another day Isaaa dewu dewu season”, She wrote.

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