Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Top 10 Hottest African Actresses in Hollywood

Sexiest African Actresses in Hollywood
Most Beautiful African Actresses in Hollywood

There are no shortage of hot actresses in Hollywood. But these 10 stunners hailing from African bring more to the table than most. With sexy bodies, classic style, astonishing talent, and likeable personalities, we know you’ll enjoy this list….with jaw dropped.

10) Lupita Nyong’o

We’ll never forget how stunningly gorgeous Nyong’o was in her light blue Cinderella-esque Prada gown at the 2013 Oscars. And oh yeah, she became the first Kenyan to win an Academy Award for her performance as Patsey in “12 Years a Slave.” The Mexican-Kenyan actress took home the prize for Best Supporting Actress, also becoming fourth Mexican born actress to be nominated for an Oscar. People Magazine named her the most beautiful woman in the world in 2014, and we can’t disagree.

Lupita Nyong’o

9) Kandyse McClure

Born Candice McClure in Durban, South Africa, this sexy actress is best known for her portrayal of Dr. Clementine Chasseur on Netflix’s original series “Hemlock Grove” and her five year stint on the Sci-Fi channel’s “Battlestar Galactica” as Officer Anastasia Dualla. Follow her on social media, and you’ll swear she’s a top model. She has a way of looking gorgeous in everything she wears, especially high fashion looks.

Kandyse McClure

8) Thandie Newton

This London born actress with Zimbabwe roots is a mom of three with a body that doesn’t quit. Her full name, Thandiwe (pronounced tan-DEE-way) means “beloved.” She is best known for roles like Nyah Nordoff-Hall in “Mission: Impossible II” and Christine in “Crash.” Speaking about her sex scene with Tom Cruise in “MI2,” Newton stated “It was hysterical. We wanted to make it naughty and fun. When the camera stopped rolling, it was hard to stop laughing.”


7) Ella Thomas

You’ve probably seen up and coming celeb Ella Thomas in something, but you just can’t put your finger on it. Maybe it’s in smaller roles on television’s “Parenthood” and “Castle,” or her more recognizable roles as Agent Deborah Meade on “CSI: NY” or as P. Diddy’s fiancée on the HBO hit “Entourage.” But she’s also been in editorial spreads and print ads for American Vogue, Glamour, ELLE, Gap, Tiffany & Co., and Levi’s. Thomas was born to an Eritrean mother and an American Air Force officer, who was stationed in Eritrea. In the horn of Africa, Ella’s mother hails from Eritrea’s capital of Asmara.

Ella Thomas

6) Megalyn Echikunwoke

This sexy American actress was born in Spokane, Washington. The granddaughter of a Nigerian tribal leader of the Igbo, her father is Nigerian. Her last name Echikunwoke means “leader of men.”

You’ve seen her on “That 70s Show,” “90210,” “House of Lies,” and as a series regular on the sci-fi series “The 4400.” One of her favorite places to visit is actually Havana, Cuba. In a 2012 interview Echikunwoke stated, “On my way home from Costa Rica, I did a week in Havana. The colors, the music, the beautiful men and the cars! I love vintage and antique cars and own a couple myself.”

Megalyn Echikunwoke

5) Michelle Van Der Water

Although raised in Australia, Michelle is a South African native born in Cape Town. Her father is of Dutch-African descent and her mother is from Indian-African heritage. With a stunning smile, spectacular hair, and gorgeous body….it’s not hard to see why she’s made our ten hottest list. Her career is just taking off with roles in television’s “Melrose Place” (2009), “Castle,” and “NCIS: Los Angeles.”

Michelle Van Der Water

4) Liya Kebede

Her story is the oldest in the book: spotted in high school by a film director who introduced her to a French modeling agent. This high paid, high fashion model has appeared on the covers of Paris Italian, Japanese, American, French and Spanish Vogue just to name a few. Being the face ad campaigns for Gap, Yves Saint-Laurent, Victoria’s Secret, Tommy Hilfiger, Revlon, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton has helped her rake in some major bank. But being the only Ethiopian to be the face of Estée Lauder in the company’s history – reportedly paid her $3 million. With a body to kill for and an estimated net worth of $18 Million, she makes it to number four on our list.

Liya Kebede Cannes

3) Gugu Mbatha-Raw

Although known as a British actress, Gugu is the daughter of Patrick Mbatha, who is a doctor from South Africa. Her parents separated when she was an infant, and she was raised by her mother, Anne Raw, in England. Although Gugu has a stage background, she is more famous for TV roles on “Bad Girls” and “Doctor Who.” She looks just as sexy in a blazer and jeans as she does in a film premiere gown. She carries herself with a style and grace that is undeniable. With sexy legs and a hot body, you might be surprised to know: she’s only 5’4″.

Gugu Mbatha-Raw

2) Azie Tesfai

Azie may seem like just a Southern California girl, having been raised in LA for the most part. But being a first-generation immigrant whose family hails from and still mostly lives in Ethiopia and Eritrea, she identifies with her East African heritage. She gained popularity on the CW’s “Jane the Virgin” but has stated she had no interest in acting as a Los Angeles youth. Azie has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley. And her business, Fortuned Culture, has helped her make her mark as a philanthropic entrepreneur.

Azie Tesfai

1) Charlize Theron

With legs a mile long, a bikini ready body, and a sultry smile, this South African goddess has been killing it on the red carpet for years. Theron won a modeling contract at 16 years old and attended ballet school as a teen. This mega-moviestar known for such films as “The Cider House Rules,” “The Devil’s Advocate,” and “Monster” is also a peace activist, a mom of one, and a spokeswoman for “J’adore” by Christian Dior. What can’t she do? She’s topped everyone’s hottest list at some point in recent years, and we’ve made no exception.

Dating Sean Penn? We’re trying to work through it.

Charlize Theron

Top 10 Worst African Dictators of All Time


Good governance is gaining ground in Africa, but unfortunately it is happening at snail’s pace. The continent has seen some of the world’s worst dictators. While it is true that African leaders are becoming democratic and are showing more respect for human rights, there are some leaders who have a long way to go before they can be regarded as worthy leaders.

Here is a brief introduction of 10 worst African dictators of all time. These dictators have caused immense misery to many people.

10) Sani Abacha (Nigeria)

Sani Abacha ruled Nigeria from 1993 to 1998. He was the epitome of brutality and was responsible for the imprisonment and executions of many of his opponents. He amassed a fortune from his personal dealings in Nigeria’s oil reserves. This unscrupulous ruler embezzled billions of dollars from the nation’s central bank.


9) Jean-Bedel Bokassa (Central African Republic)

This brutal dictator was narcissistic. He had an insatiable appetite for power and authority. He was self-crowned emperor of the Central African Republic until he was ousted in 1979.


8) Ahmed Sekou Toure (Guinea)

Ahmed Sekou Toure ruled Guinea from 1958 to 1984. He was a corrupt leader who imposed harsh laws on the people. He became infamous for inventing innovative methods of murder.


7) Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo (Equatorial Guinea)

Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo is the president of Equatorial Guinea. He has ruled Equatorial Guinea since August 1979. He came to power by overthrowing his uncle Francisco Macias Nguema in a bloody coup. He is currently the longest serving president in Africa.


6) Muammar Gaddafi (Libya)

Although some Africans saw him as King of Kings of Africa, Muammar Gaddafi was an egoist. He ran a police state. Some Libyans call him a lunatic others a hero. His children and immediate relatives had the right to kill without anyone questioning them. He was killed on 20 October 2011.


5) Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe)

Robert Mugabe is the president of Zimbabwe since 1987. Many people call him a murderous despot. Over the years, he has arrested and tortured the opposition and squeezed the nation’s economy into negative growth and billion-percent inflation.


4) Omar al-Bashir (Sudan)

Omar al-Bashir is the president of Sudan. He seized power in 1989 in a bloodless military coup against the government of the democratically elected Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi. Over the years this tyrant has murdered tens of thousands of innocent people in Sudan. He has been declared a war criminal and a wanted by International Criminal Court (ICC).

Omar al Bashir

3) Charles Taylor (Liberia)

Charles was the president of Liberia from 1997 to 2003. He was the main cause of the Liberian civil war, which killed many innocent Liberians. He encouraged his followers to use rape as a weapon and cut of the hands of people who opposed him. The warlord was found guilty of all 11 counts of “aiding and abetting” war crimes and crimes against humanity by Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL).


2) Mobutu Sese Seko (Democratic Republic of Congo)

Mobutu Sese Seko was the president of the Democratic Republic of Congo between 1965 and 1997.

He killed innumerable number of people during his tenure as president. He murdered opposition leaders in broad daylight.

He forced all television stations to start the evening news with an image of him descending through clouds from the heavens.


1) Idi Amin Dada (Uganda)

Idi Amin Dada of Uganda tops the list. He was the president of Uganda between 1971 and 1979. He murdered more than 500,000 Ugandans, including foreign investors, opposition leaders and archbishops. He also confirmed to eating human flesh. The mad man raped almost all the beautiful girls surrounding his palace.

He gave himself numerous title including: His Excellency President for Life, Field Marshal Al Hadji Dr. Idi Amin, VC, DSO, MC, Lord of All the Beasts of the Earth and Fishes of the Sea and Conqueror of the British Empire in Africa.

Top 20 Most Curvy African Celebrities

The American booty business is getting a huge bump as companies are earning in on increasing demand from women who desire for more curvaceous figures and fuller rear ends.

Celebrities like Kim Kardashian has given a whole new meaning to big backside and curves. But just because she has the most famous butt in the world doesn’t mean that it’s the best and only celebrity curvy-butt. In recent years, Africa entertainment industry has seen rising number of stunning figures like in Nollywood and Ghollywood.

These ladies are not just curvy, they’re gorgeous in every sense. Check the list of the top 20 most curvy African celebrities, according to You be the judge!

20) Judy Anyango (Kenyan)

New to stardom, Kenyan socialite Judy Anyango seems to be enjoying her new found fame in East African all thanks to her gigantic backside.


19) Tango Ncetezo (South African)

This curvaceous South African actress is best known on the SABC1 television series A Place Called Home.


18) Evia Simon (Nigerian)

This curvy Nigerian actress first came to prominence in 2010. Her voluptuous backside has also become very popular.


17) Risper Faith (Kenyan)

Kenyan socialite, Risper Faith has become very famous for her assets. It is no secret that Faith loves to flaunt her bootylicious backside.


16) Anita Joseph (Nigerian)

Nigerian actress and model Anita Joseph a.k.a “Nita Jay” is another internet sensation blessed with natural curves. The curvaceous star keeps satisfying her fans by sharing her sexy photos online.


15) Mercy Johnson (Nigerian)

Yes, her assets are all real!… Actress Mercy Johnson has one of the best curvy figures in Nollywood. She is full figured and shows off her assets both in movies and on the red carpets. Her nicely sculpted hips has given her the confidence and self esteem to take on sexy roles.


14) Lisa Visagie (South African)

After embracing her curves, this 22-year old South African stunner became a plus-size model. Discovered by Los Angeles-based modeling agency Natural Model Management, Lisa Visagie is now spreading the word; “Healthy is The New Skinny! The gorgeous model’s curvy style icon is Jennifer Lopez.


13) Grace Msalame (Kenyan)

Msalame is Kenyan television personality. She has hosted several popular TV shows including Graced on Kiss TV and Art Scene on KTN. Her curves has placed her practically on every African hot list and she has graced the cover of True Love Magazine.


12) Didi Ekanem (Nigerian)

Arguably one of the biggest butts in Nollywood. The young star Didi Ekanem likes to flaunt her sculpted hips, massive curves and perfect legs.


11) Matilda Quaye (Ghanaian)

Famous for her body…. Matilda Quaye a.k.a ‘Hipsy,’ is a Ghanaian internet sensation, model, and video vixen who is mightily endowed with hips and curves. She is said to have the biggest hips in Ghana. Her distinctive feature has been breaking the internet. In fact, she has been sharing so many jaw-dropping hips and booty selfies that are shaking the net.


10) Omotola Jalade Ekeinde (Nigerian)

Nigerian actress Omotola loves flaunting her famous curves and legs. Reason being that she has killer curves. The iconic Nollywood star’s sexiness has earned her the name Omosexy. She is regarded as the most powerful actress in Nigeria.


9) Toolz (Nigerian)

More famous on the internet for her body, Tolu “Toolz” Oniru is a Nigerian radio and television personality. Her booty has made her one of the most buzzed African celebs online. With a degree in Business and Mass communication from London Metropolitan University, Toolz is definitely every man’s dream.


8) Vera Sidika (Kenyan)

Vera Sidika a.k.a Vee S Beiby is dubbed “Kenya’s Kim Kardashian.” The model, entrepreneur and socialite rose to fame after appearing in a music video for Kenyan hip-hop group P-Unit. She gained international stardom after photos of her voluptuous backside were shared on social media. She has also been making headlines for skin lightening treatment she did in UK. Sidika suggested the skin lightening cost her around $170,000.


7) Daniella Okeke (Nigerian)

Queen of derriere, Daniella is a fast rising Nigerian actress. She has the most protruding backside on the list. She has been causing quite a stir on social media; flaunting her sexy and hot body to her fans.


6) Tracy Obonna (Nigerian)

A blend of hips, booty, pretty face and business-savvy, she’s got it all. Tracy Obonna is not just a beautiful model, she holds a Masters degree in Business and Finance. The US-based voluptuous super model is CEO of Sediore Cosmetics.


5) Peace Hyde (Ghanaian)

This British-Ghanaian TV host, socialite, actress, and model became a social media sensation all thanks to her curves. She has featured in almost every online African hot list. Not just a perfect body, Peace also got the brains, she graduated with honors in Psychology from Middlesex University, UK.


4) Juliet Ibrahim (Ghanaian)

African gene don’t lie. This gorgeous Ghanaian actress is of Lebanese, Liberian and Ghanaian descent. After several reports of her hips being fake hip pads, Juliet Ibrahim laughed off the reports by sharing on her Instagram a collage photo of her well-shaped body to prove it’s all natural. Aside from her stunning hips and belle physique, her face and lips are just adorable.


3) Corazon Kwamboka (Kenyan)

The most curvy hips in Kenya. Dubbed Kenya’s Curve Queen, Corazon Kwamboka a lawyer by profession has been one of the most talked-about Kenyan stars in the social media for her voluptuousness. She is one of the hottest voluptuous models in Kenya.


2) Joselyn Dumas (Ghanaian)

Ghanaian TV host and actress, Joselyn Dumas have got one of the most talked-about curves. Her superb hips is another prove that Africa is blessed with gorgeous women.


1) Princess Shyngle (Ghanaian)

Number one on the list is Ghanaian actress Princess Shyngle with her unbelievable super sexy curvy body and long legs. Dubbed Africa’s Sexiest, Shyngle is definitely every man’s dream.


Top 10 Nigerian Dishes

Best Nigerian Dishes

With over 400 ethnic groups, Nigeria has one of the most abundant culinary traditions in West Africa. Nigerians home and abroad cherish and love their local delicacies. This is why many Nigerians in Diaspora – in Europe and other countries of the world – seek African kitchens whenever they feel the urge to eat so as to have a taste of Nigerian dishes not commonly available to them on normal basis.

To Nigerians there are a number of staple that are just always on the menu when the subject of food is concerned.

Here are Top 10 Nigerian Dishes.

10) Moi Moi

Moi Moi is a Nigerian steam bean pudding which has its origin from South West Nigeria. It can be made with egg, crayfish, corned beef, onions, or sardine to give it that added taste. Moi Moi can be served with other Nigerian dishes or eaten alone as a snack.
 Moi Moi

9) Pepper Soup

Nigerian pepper soup is one of the nation’s favorite dishes. The soup broth is rich with aromatic spices, pepper, ginger, garlic and onions to give it that pleasurable flavor. It can be prepared with a variety of meat, fish or chicken.

Nigerian Pepper Soup

8) Suya

Suya is a very popular delicacy in Nigeria. Conventionally eaten in the evenings, this food is made with fish or meat rubbed in spices and then barbequed on a skewer. The spices comprise ginger, peanuts, peppers, dried onions and various stock flavors.

Suya Meat

7) Afang Soup

The soup uses local Afang leaves and water leaves together with dried fish, meat and snails for seasoning. Though, it originated in South-Eastern Nigeria Afang soup is now enjoyed across state borders in the country and also in Diaspora. The meal takes about an hour to prepare, and is often served with fufu and Garri.

Afang Soup

6) Efo Riro

This is a delicious vegetable stew made using vegetable and meat. it includes a mix of meats like chicken and offal. Efo Riro is a Yoruba delicacy originating from Western Nigeria. Vegetables like water leaves or pumpkin leaves are used in preparing the stew, spinach, can also be added to the ingredients.

Efo Riro

5) Akara/Kosai

It is a Nigerian fried bean cake. Its popularity in Nigeria is quite obvious as many Nigerians opt for it for their breakfast. In the South it is known as Akara while in the North it is called Kosai. It can be gotten very cheap from road side food vendors. It can also be prepared at home for family and friends.


4) Jollof Rice

This colorful delicacy is food to many West African Countries, not just perculiar to Nigeria.

Ingredients of Jollof rice include rice, onions, tomatoes, chilies, peas and a variety of spices. It can be served with vegetables and desired meat, chicken or fish. Jollof rice is commonly served on special occasions and social events.

Jollof Rice

3) Pounded Yam

Pounded yam is a sought after delicacy among many Nigerians. It is accompanied with various kinds of soups such as okro, ewedu, egusi, ogbono, etc. Pounded yam can be made by boiling raw yams and then pounding it into dough-like mass or mixing hot water with yam powder. It requires considerable experience in its preparation. It’s presence in many special occasions cannot be overemphasized.

Pounded Yam

2) Egusi Soup

This soup is widely consumed in Nigeria. Ingredients used in preparing the soup include melon seeds, red or any desired meat, sea food, fermented beans, a variety of vegetables and onions. Egusi soup can be served alongside Garri, Pounded yam and fufu.

Egusi Soup

1) Garri

This is uncontestably the king of all Nigerian dishes. Garri is a household name in almost all Nigerian homes. There is a popular joke in Nigeria that, though Garri does no advert, it sells more than food products that do adverts. It is prepared from cassava tubers that have been fermented, but the tubers must undergo peeling, washing and grating into a mash prior to being fermented. The product gotten from this is then roasted and pounded to form fine flour. Garri can be served with almost all kinds of stews and soups. It can also be eaten with beans or as a snack.



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