Source : Twitter
Nigerian singer Tems made headlines at the Oscars for her fashion statement, but not in the way she might have hoped. Photos of her outfit circulated online, and fans were quick to point out that her large dress was blocking the view of those behind her.
"Imagine waiting your whole life to be at the Oscars then sitting behind a Stratus Cloud," one fan quipped on social media. Others speculated that the designer team behind the outfit simply didn't care about blocking the views of others, as long as Tems stole the show. Others coming to her defense saying the ones who were blocked from the view should are not trees and had the option to move.
source : Twitter
But despite the criticism, Tems still managed to turn heads with her unique style. The singer, known for her hit songs like "Mr Rebel" and "Damages," donned a voluminous blue and gold gown with dramatic sleeves and a flowing train.
And while some may have been annoyed by the obstructed view, others were quick to point out that Tems' talent was what truly mattered. "But hey, at the end of the day, Tems killed it and that's all that matters. You can't please everybody, right?" one fan wrote.
Source : Twitter
It's not the first time that a celebrity's fashion choices have sparked controversy at a high-profile event like the Oscars. But for Tems, it's clear that her unique sense of style and talent are what make her a star in her own right, regardless of what anyone else thinks.
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As for the fans who were stuck behind her massive dress? Perhaps they'll just have to wait for the next big event to get a better view.
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