Tboss is one lady that can't walk pass anyone and go unnoticed with her beauty which makes her our woman crush for this lovely Wednesday.
The ladies want to be like her, the guys' can't stop drooling over her which makes TBoss our woman crush for this lovely Wednesday.
Tokunbo Idowu popularly known as TBoss was born on March 9, 1984, to a Nigerian father and Romanian mother. She originally hails from Edo state in south-south Nigeria.
She grew up in a strict home with a disciplinarian father while attending boarding school which according to her she didn't really enjoy. However, TBoss gained admission into the University of Lagos where she had a brief stint before moving back to her mother's country, Romania to complete her studies.
The road to stardom for TBoss began when she became a contestant at the second edition of the popular reality television show 'Big Brother Naija.' Tboss till date remains one of the most popular contestants to have come out of the house.
For her controversial moments in the house to her intimidating beauty, TBoss indeed has become a force to reckon with in the entertainment industry.
After leaving the Big Brother Naija house, TBoss has gone on to model for a number of fashion labels and she has indeed done well for herself so far. You might love some of her photos which have gone viral for her ability to blend into any fashion style, from a 'river goddess' to a 'pilot.'
We don't know so much about TBoss' relationship as she has been discreet about it since becoming a star but there has been some rumour about her dating a rising music star, not to forget her obvious close relationship with music mogul, Ubi Franklin.
So guys if you think you have a shoot at TBoss, it's not that hard, just slide into her DM and make your intentions known. Note guys, don't start up a boring conversation OK?
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