Mixed reactions follow Teddy A’s Agbada look in trending video: ‘It’s Not Giving’

  • Ghanaian film star Juliet Ibrahim recently teamed up with the BBNaija star to create a fashion video
  • The clip, which saw them in two different ensembles, went viral on the internet
  • Many people who saw the video questioned the nature of Teddy A’s Agbada due to the fabric used

While Juliet Ibrahm and Teddy A hoped to wow their fans with their stunning fashion transformation video, something about the video didn’t quite impress.

The Ghanaian film star and the BBNaija star can be seen dressed in African prints at the start.

Teddy A/agbada fashion/Juliet Ibrahim
Photos of the stars making the video Credit: @julietibrahim
Source: Instagram

However, when they change into their second outfits with Ibrahim in a strapless floor-length purple dress, Teddy A dons a white Agbada look, leaving a big question mark for viewers.

The material looks transparent and is similar to organza.

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Watch the following video:

Social media users are reacting to Teddy A’s Agbada


“Is the bridal material with him?”


“Shey na eyes deh pain me abi no be organza teddy A wear so”


“You don’t use organza to sew Agbada? … anyway they use brocade for Agbada now, so I won’t be surprised.”


“Is that a veil? or sieve”


“I don’t understand this net bonfo (jumping) Agbada they want to shove down our throats. Doesn’t look good.”


“Why is the Agbada in lowercase?”


“The Agbada does not give”


“Lmaoooo. Which Kain “Bonfo” Agbada is this?”


“Wish the Agbada was longer, would have been a nice concept.”


“Looks like the net they put on the window.”

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