PICS: Africans Were Not Ready For The Dark Side Of The AMVCA Red Carpet & React Furiously On Social Media

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The AMVCA awards just took place and as always we care not about the awards but about the astonishing looks on the red carpet.

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Our incentive was to bring you some of the eye-popping looks, as well as the gorgeous evening gowns that hit the red carpet simply to give you a feel of how the AMVCA surpassed the excitement at the MET Gala. Although, we did not fit every outfit into the article, and some of those outfits caused a stir on social media.

Some looks rubbed the keyboard religious warriors in Africa the wrong way. As we all know, are countries are predominantly entangled in foreign religions that serve us no good, yet we defend them with our very lives.

In saying that, there were harsh reactions to some of the very creative outfits. Critique to some that played on symbolism and even other black outfits despite not having any anti-religious or demonic sentiments to them, but just by the mere design, colors, and attributes used.

Tianna’s Palace was one very celebrity who wasn’t scared to venture into the dark side of fashion. Tianna wore a black ball gown dress, with a bull’s head (with horns) right in front of the bodice.

The corset dress had a sweetheart neckline with sheer shoulders to the sleeves. Her pre-red carpet photoshoot was executed with a red background whilst she was decorated with smokey eyes.

Now, this really is equivalent to sticking your timberland boots right up on the a-hole of the keyboard religious warriors. A note to anyone currently criticizing Tianna, she thrives on criticism. There is a high chance she pulled off specifically for that. If you don’t believe it, see her maternity shoot below.

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Denrele was another. He lit up the room with an outfit full of candles. To say Denrele thrives on criticism is a misguided statement, however, by no doubt, the out-the-closet, cross-dressing, high heel wearing comedic, positive energy homosexual is used to it by now and doesn’t adhere to his critics. See his outfit below.

Other red carpet looks that were dominated by the color black also received some pockets of backlash from the religious warriors. Simi Drey, who took on the masked look that has been executed for some years now.

Then there was Pretty Mike Of Lagos and Ifu Ennada. Both of whoms outfits were also created by Tianna as seen below.

The Big Brother Naija star, Ifu Ennada was haunted so much by the critics she had to react. She made a point on her social media stating she is a born-again Christian and not devilish because of her choice of outfit to the Africa Movie Viewers Choice Awards, AMVCA.

“I am born again. I have a whole Bible App I use to study the Word of God daily. Pls stop this narrative of me being devilish because of my AMVCA look. I am a child of God…it’s all fashion.” the reality star said.

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