Mo’cheddah, Beverly Naya, Sika Osei and Adesua Etomi are the Golden Cover girls for Genevieve Magazine July Issue

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This cover has got everyone speechless! We have four young, strong, talented, focused, ambitious females on the cover of Genevieve Magazine July Issue wearing different shades of gold pieces.

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The four women all dominate in their different industries, the cover features Sika Osei; TV host, actress, producer and vlogger (ebony loving with sika), Adesuwa Etomi; winner of AMVCA best actress award, Mo’cheddah; singer/rapper and Beverly Naya; actress and founder of Fifty Shades of Black.

In the cover story they share the same perspectives on life and also divergent views on feminism, love, sex and women hating women. The women were all styled by hyper fashun, hair by Tasala Hq and make-up by Zaron cosmetics.

All the outfits are from House of Marie, Mocheddah is wearing a gold two piece pants set and rocks a bob, Adesua is also wearing a gold pants set, Sika is wearing what appears to be a gold wrap dress while rocking her natural hair and Beverly stuns in a well structured off shoulder dress. The powerful shot was take by Chini for studio well brook.

Mo’cheddah is quoted saying “I would never leave a marriage for career”. Beverly says “I would never marry a man that is going to make me the bread winner”.

Sika Says “I hate the word feminism” Adesua is quoted saying “There are very few women who will stand up and clap at the success of another woman ”

Also in the issue are singer Simi on “Chillin’ with segment, what’s with her and Flaz?, Dr Ogonnaya Ndupu on depression and mental health issues as well as a chat with Laolu Senbanjo whose body art can be seen in Beyonce‘s Lemonade album video.

Get your July copy and enjoy the fashion, inspiration and engaging interviews.

Boluwa

Boluwa

Mass communication graduate and a broadcasting major. I love anything media related and I have great interest in entertainment, fashion and Food. My major strength in life is talking and everyday for me is a chance to get my voice heard.

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