Beverly Naya shared an interesting theory in the early hours of Saturday, September 11, when she took to Twitter to say that a guy who loses his beard is like to lose a lot of female admirers.

Beverly Naya shared an interesting theory in the early hours of Saturday, September 11, when she took to Twitter to say that a guy who loses his beard is like to lose a lot of female admirers.

Beverly Naya shared an interesting theory in the early hours of Saturday, September 11, when she took to Twitter to say that a guy who loses his beard is like to lose a lot of female admirers.

In her Twitter post, Maya said: “once a guy decides to lose his beard, he will also be losing about 70% of women physically attracted to him”.

She said that it is better not to have a beard and gain a woman’s attraction, than to grow one, cut it and then lose her desire.

Fashion designer Yomi Casual is certainly getting the award for the husband of the year seeing the cute gesture he pulled off for his wife. The celebrity stylist gifted his wife Grace Makun a brand new Black Mercedez Benz.
The proud wife shared the video of the brand new whip sitting pretty in the garage on her Insta-story as she showered praises and appreciation on her husband for such an expensive gift. She shared that it was such an amazing and cute gesture from her man describing the car as the new sexy in town.

Recall that a few days ago the wife of the designer shared that she will never leave her husband even if he cheats on her. According to the businesswoman, she is invested in building her home no matter what.

Beverly Naya (born Beverly Ifunaya Bassey; 17 April 1989) is a British-born Nigerian actress. Beverly won Most Promising Talent at the 2010 Best of Nollywood Awards. She also won the award for Fast Rising Actress at the 2011 City People Entertainment Awards.

Beverly Ifunaya Bassey was born in London as the only child to her Nigerian parents.[4] At 17, Beverly began acting while studying philosophy, psychology and sociology at Brunel University. She also studied script-writing and film-making at Roehampton University. In an interview, she explained that she relocated to Nigeria because of the rapid growth of Nollywood, and the opportunities that it creates for aspiring actors. In another interview, Beverly cited Ramsey Nouah and Genevieve Nnaji as mentors.

Beverly Naya began acting at the age of 17 and studied film-making at Roehampton University, London. In the year 2011, Beverly Naya was named the "fastest rising actress" in the City People Entertainment Awards in Nigeria, when asked why she returned to Nigeria by Encomium Magazine she said:

"After I graduated from university, I just knew that I wanted to act, I knew I wanted to act, and in London I could shoot a film probably once in a year and that's it. Whereas coming to this industry, I can build a brand as well as shoot films more often and be given a more diverse amount of scripts. So, I decided to come back for that reason"

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