Friday, March 13, 2015

The Top 10 Hottest African Men In Entertainment

In 2011 and 2012 I did a post about the hottest men in Africa and it's so interesting to see the progression of some of the people I profiled. Some like Idris have sky rocketed into the fame abyss and become international sex symbols and others well....let's say Oscar Pistorious should have NEVER been on my list. Tsk Tsk Tsk! These lists are all about fun so take this with a grain of salt. 

Boris, Idris, D'Banj and even President Barack Obama have landed on my previous lists and so I decided today that it was time for some new eye candy. Because it's always fun to objectify men, here is my 2015 list of the hottest African men in entertainment. In no order particular order, here we go!
Cyprian Ndlovu
Who: South African TV Host & Actor
Hotness Factor: 
TV presenter and talented musician Cyprian Ndlovu is one of COSMO’s Sexy Men 2015. He describes himself as a private person, who loves fashion, food, fitness and, most importantly, his job. Read more about him here

Who: Singer K'naan from of Somalia
Hotness Factor: Long before he was rumored to be dating Hollywood's IT girl Lupita Nyong'o- the poet, rapper, singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist rose to prominence with the success of his single "Wavin' Flag", which was chosen as Coca-Cola's promotional anthem for the 2010 FIFA World Cup
 Kofi Siriboe
Who: Actor Kofi Siriboe -  he is of Ghanaian descent
Hotness Factor: He is most notable for his role as Javy Hall in the Fred Durst directed movie The Longshots. Most recently he appeared as JJ in the ABC Family showLincoln Heights during the fourth season in the episode titled "Bully For You" and appeared in the MTV drama Awkward as Tyler

Dayo Okeniyi
Who: Actor Dayo Okeniyi
Hotness Factor: Born and raised in Nigeria, he is popularly known for playing the role of Thresh in The Hunger Games.
Alex Okosi
Who: Executive Alex Okosi
Hotness Factor: The Nigerian-born, US-educated media executive responsible for developing and launching MTV Africa (MTV Base) in February 2005. He has also spearheaded the launch of other localized Viacom brands in Africa encompassing Nickelodeon and Comedy Central
Fally Ipupa
Who: Congolese singer-songwriter, dancer - Fally Ipupa
Hotness Factor: Nominated for Best International Act- Africa at the BET Awards in 2011, the singer is known for his dances moves and suave, seductive sounds that speaks to the ladies.  
Samuel Eto'o
Who: Cameroonian footballer Samuel Eto'o Fils
Hotness Factor: Born 10 March 1981 he is the most decorated African player of all time having won the African Player of the Year award a record four times: in 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2010. He was third in the FIFA World Player of the Year award in 2005.
Chiwetel Ejiofor

Who: Chiwetelu Umeadi Ejiofor was born on July 10, 1977 in Forest Gate, to Nigerian parents
Hotness Factor: Last year the actor was  was nominated for his first-ever Oscar for his performance in 12 Years A Slave.

Chris Attoh

Who: Ghanaian actor, on-air personality Chris Attoh
Hotness Factor: The television presenter and producer is best known as "Kwame Mensah" in Tinsel. 

Tinie Tempah's parents are Nigerian
Who: Born Patrick Chukwuemeka Okogwu his fans know him as Tinie Tempah
Hotness Factor: Few debut artists boast three hit singles, a Glastonbury performance on the Pyramid stage and millions of YouTube views all before they hit the age of 22 but Tinie has done this but plus more. He was also officially certified as the best selling British debut act of 2010. 

Did your favorite make the cut? Let me know in the comments section!

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