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Eudoxie Yao is used to turning heads. But rather than cover up her ample behind, Eudoxie, from Abidjan, the Ivory Coast, happily flaunts it. And although her extreme cuves might look like the result of several trips to the plastic surgeons, Eudoxie says her “ ultra sy” look is all natural – something her idol Kim Kardashian, can’t claim. The model has got no desire to go on a diet and slim down her magnificent measurements. And known as 'Queen Eudoxie' on social media, this is one queen we can get behind of.

The Africa Nouveau Festival – 2017 officially unveiled the performers for the upcoming event slated for November 10 to 12, at Small World Country Club in Athi River.
The festival will have more than 20 music acts drawn from across Africa and the UK to will light up its live music stage.
The musical artistes will include funky Nigerian electro-pop soul singer Temi Doll Face, the multi-faceted Muthoni the Drummer Queen (Kenya), artist and Podcast host Eugene Gecaga, Sauti Academy’s Njerae (Kenya), Shukid (Kenya), Basthma (Kenya), Emma Cheruto (Kenya), 7th Culture, PHY(Kenya), Wanja Wahoro (Kenya), Tunji (Kenya), Sichangi (Kenya), Ayrosh (Kenya) and Nairobi Nu Wave favourites: EA Wave (Kenya), Taio (Kenya) and Steph Kapela (Kenya).
All the artistes are set to perform at the two days and two-night event themed ‘Afrobubblegum’— a world full of fun, fierce and fantastical music, film and fashion, among other art forms.
The theme is derived from a growing consciousness among African creatives that their output need not be about hunger, starvation, AIDS, war and other themes often expected from African creative work. African creatives are interested in creating works free from prejudice and expectation, with the driving force being personal expression and global connection.
The first edition drew Nairobi’s fashionable and trendy crowds, as well as lovers of lifestyle and arts. The festival is again trying to be a platform for discovering some of the most innovative Africans who are creating new styles of music and sounds influencing Africa and the African Diaspora.

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