Abiri Oluwabusayomi Basic Information
|Oluwabusayomi Victoria Abiri
|Social Media Personality, Actress, Socialite, Model, and Businesswoman,
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Abiri Oluwabusayomi Biography
Khloe, whose real name is Victoria Abiri Oluwabusayo, was born on October 29, 1993, in Lagos State, Nigeria. Ekiti State, a region in the country’s southwest, is the model/fashion designer’s home state.
She attended Uppermost Nursery and Primary School for her elementary education and Lagos State Model College, Meiran, for her secondary education. In addition, she holds an accounting degree from the esteemed Tai Solarin University. She belongs to the Yoruba ethnic group and follows Christianity as her religion. Khloe explored the entertainment and fashion industries right after graduating from college.
Her family isn’t discussed extensively on social media as she tries to keep her family away from the press. Even so, it is known that she is Mr. and Mrs. Grace Oladunni Abiri’s first daughter and is the family’s second child overall. She has siblings; however, it is unknown how many in total.
Khloe has no children yet, as she is not married or rumored to have had any children.
Nigerians first saw Khloe in 2018 as one of the housemates on the episode of Big Brother Naija Season 3 with the theme “Double Wahala.” Before appearing on the show, the stunning actress had amassed over 70,000 Instagram followers, indicating her growing popularity.
She first became well-known by modeling and competing in various beauty pageants. Khloe competed in the 2013 Miss Global Nigeria competition, which Michelle Udoka ultimately won. She also advanced to the finals of the Linda Nwaora-winning 2015 Miss Charismatic Nigeria pageant.
She has collaborated with renowned photographers, including Sumisola Smith, Paul Ukonu, and Rob Media, under KoKoByKhloe, her fashion label. The reality television star is also no stranger to the music business. She has appeared as a video vixen in the music videos of numerous well-known Nigerian musicians, including Patoranking, WizKid, Shaydee, Banky W, Eyo, and Davido.
Khloé established her clothes and fashion company, KokobyKhloe, in 2016 and became well-known. She later expanded the brand to include a cosmetics and skin-care line. She was appointed Ambassador for Girl Project Nigeria in 2018, and on May 27, 2019, Children’s Day, she established KokobyKhloe Kiddies, a nonprofit that aids vulnerable kids.
Khloé has appeared in a number of Nollywood films, most notably Omonikara and Unforgivable. She also appeared in Season 5 of Jenifa’s Diary, the critically acclaimed television series created by Funke Akindele. In addition, she appeared in the stage production “Stolen” in October 2018 alongside Miss Nigeria 2017 winner Mildred Ehiguese.
She was recently listed on Forbes Africa’s 30 Under 30 list in 2023 alongside Davido, Enioluwa, and other prominent celebrities doing well in their sphere of specialization in the industry.
Khloe is presently single and not in any known relationship, even though rumors of her and Kbrule kicking it off have surfaced on the internet several times.
Khloe is estimated to be worth $500,000
Khloe’s life after leaving the BBNaija house was eventful. First, a former Super Eagles player, Obafemi Martins, gave her a 2014 Toyota Camry. Then, unexpectedly, Khloe crashed the Toyota vehicle after receiving it from “Obagoal.” Fortunately, she wasn’t hurt in the crash that occurred. But, according to reports, a few months later, she got another one. There is no information on any other cars the Ebony model owns.
In 2022, Khloe and her siblings gave their mother a car as a 60th birthday gift.
Khloe reportedly lives in Lagos with her family, but no information about her landed properties is available.
Big Brother Naija
She gained notoriety after participating in the season 3 Double Wahala episode of Big Brother Naija, a well-known reality television program in Nigeria. The prize money for this event, which debuted in 2018, was N45 million.
After receiving their last strikes for their actions on a Saturday night, Khloe and K-Brule both lost their chance to remain in the Big Brother house. While K-Brule was removed from the show, viewers decided to redeem Khloe by voting her back into the house to compete for the 45 million Grand Prize. She and Anto Lecky became the first contestants to be called back to the Big Brother house after being evicted from the history of the Big Brother Naija reality show competition.
Surgery (Before & After)
After undergoing figure augmentation (Plastic) surgery, former Big Brother Naija Season 3 housemate Abike Khloe Abiri generated considerable debate on and off social media. In one of her media interviews, she described how her mother felt about the butt enhancement surgery.
She claimed her mother was compelled to comprehend her decision to love herself more. Khloe acknowledged that her mother was initially upset but gradually came to terms with it.