Beverly Osu, a Big Brother Naija reality personality and actress, has entered the third level. Today, September 27th, the dark-skinned beauty turns 30. Beverly Osu pleased her followers with her lovely images, as is customary on her birthday. Beverly Osu, who feels accountable to God, thanked Him for adding a year to her age. She mentioned that her new age has let her realize how near God brings her to achieving her goals.
30 years of blessings. I am grateful to God Almighty for this great day of the year. Being a year older today makes me realize how near God is to bringing my planned objectives to fruition, just as he has always taken care of my providence. Excellent Cellent birthday today.
Beverly Osu was called out earlier this year for reportedly tormenting a lady, which hampered her academic achievement. This followed the killing of Sylvester Oromoni, who was harassed to death at Dowen College in Lekki, Lagos.
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In a Facebook post, Udoka Gentlestar claimed Sylvester Oromoni’s situation reminded her of her days in secondary school when Beverly Osu and other older students tormented her.
While thinking about what she could have done to provoke their hatred, the lady said that the frequent bullying forced her to redo classes, and her parents never believed her.
More information about Beverly Osu
Beverly Ada Mary Osu (September 27, 1992) is a Nigerian model and actress. She is most recognized for her parts in various films and her appearance on Big Brother Africa’s eighth season. At the 2011 Dynamix All Youth Awards, Beverly Osu was named Model of the Year.
Beverly Osu was born in Lagos State, in southern Nigeria, to parents from Delta State. Beverly Osu had her elementary education at the Daughters of Divine Love Convent in Enugu State. To acquire her B.Sc., she applied to Babcock University and was accepted to study mass communication. She later proceeded to the National Open University of Nigeria and received a degree in public touch there.
Osu’s entire career acquired public notoriety due to her involvement in the Big Brother Africa reality TV show. However, Osu began her career in the Nigerian entertainment business as a model, and in 2011, she won the Dynamix awards for a model of the year.
Beverly Osu has appeared as a video vixen in the music videos of renowned Nigerian singers, most notably Ice Prince in the song Oleku, Terry Da Rapman in the song Boys Are Not Smiling, Djinee in the song Over Killing, and Kizz Daniel in the music Madu.