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“It was only Terry G that could match-up his energy” – Netizens hail Denrele Edun over his daring birthday look

Social media users have applauded media personality Denrele Edun over his daring birthday look as he turns 43 today.

The entertainer, known for his interesting and out-of-the-box outfit, shared photos of him rocking a unique braid. In his caption, he stated that even when his copycats press Control C, they can’t still copy his class.

He made it known that he was creating his own sunshine as he told himself to love without end and burn with beauty no lens can control. He described his new age as fierce, feisty, funky, fearless, flawless, and fabulous.

Denrele Edun marks 43rd birthday

His daring look has won him several praises from netizens, who crowned him a fashion icon.

One Daisy Baby wrote, “Nobody beats his level of cr@ziness

One A Bottle of Rose wrote, “I can’t even lie, his fashion-forward

One Nyore Argue Remi wrote, “Nawa o! This is supposed to be someone’s father. Unfortunately, he felt gender swap was best. God have mercy on this generation

One Henry Aniegboka wrote, “Marvel Avengers squad

One Official Orazon1 wrote, “He’s creative

One Ndy Blaq wrote, “It was only Terry G that could match up his energy. Happy birthday, Denrele”.

Weeks back, Denrele schooled a Twitter user who said his junior colleague, Bobrisky, had overthrown him. Replying him, Denrele told him to deaden the narrative as he noted how this is 2024. He further reintroduced himself as he lectured the tweep on his achievements and titles.

In April, while counting down to celebrating 3 decades in the Entertainment Industry, Denrele recalled how a famous DJ’s wife told his favourite designer not to style him and to avoid touching his kids, thinking he had aids. He noted how he had been labelled several names, from Anorexic to Malnourished and even HIV positive, and now he was adding weight, and it was so beautiful for him to see.

Early this year, Denrele recounted his early struggles and rise to fame, revealing that he was once a cage dancer for the African Shrine and did everything to hustle while still in the University.

On Mother’s Day, he also recounted his mother’s sacrifices for him and his siblings, revealing that his mother worked several jobs in Lagos to make life worth living for them. He further recalled his bitter experiences after he and his mother moved to their family house.

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