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 Seven Month Old Baby Got Signed By International Modeling Agency

Nigerian musician, professional dancer and actress Korra Obidi’s daughter, June, has been signed to LA Models. June happily shared the good news on her official social media page.

The beautiful princess has received congratulatory messages from her fans and followers.

It is a happy moment for Korra Obidi and her 7-month-old daughter, June. Congratulations are in order for the mother and daughter as June has been signed to LA Models.

LA Models is one of the most successful agencies in the modeling industry and one of the most respected in the world. It is also the largest modeling agency on the West Coast. The good news was shared on June’s official social media page. According to her post, she was scouted by her aunt identified as Tracy.

In the photos shared by June, she was spotted with her mother posing in the LA Models Management office and was captured happily smiling at the camera.

June is said to have resumed work already. Following the announcement, many fans and followers flooded the comment section positive responses. They congratulated the beautiful princess and wished her well. It’s just seven months of being on earth and June is already making boss moves and securing the bag.

It was earlier reported that Obidi welcomed her daughter on July 19, 2019. Quite popular for her daring dance steps while she was still pregnant, many people criticized her, stating that she could hurt the baby.

The birth of June was highly anticipated by friends, fans, and followers and Obidi didn’t disappoint them as she shared the birth process on her social media page. According to her, June’s birth was a natural delivery without the use of epidural.

Other news also reported that Obidi received a brand new car from her American husband, Justin Dean. The beautiful dancer shared a video of how the car was presented to her. In the video, Obidi was in a state of surprise as she stated that her husband was acting weird.

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