Today’s Man Like is @iconicDemoe, the former lawyer and tech bro behind the viral fashion brand, Anfàní. He talks about how growing up surrounded by women influenced his view on masculinity and why he doesn’t want to be seen as a strong man.
Today’s Man Like subject is content king and reality TV star, @Elozonam1. He talks about navigating fame as a shy guy, why he doesn’t believe men should always show emotions and the one thing he wishes he’d done in the #BBNaija house.
Today’s Man Like subject is Creative Director, Obida Obioha. He talks about being forced to figure out his identity at a young age, how therapy has helped him process his childhood and why he’s good at everything but relationships.
Today’s Man Like is Mr Grey, customer service expert. He talks about what it was like surviving life in a military secondary school, finding a tribe of people he can be himself with in his 40s and why death doesn’t move him anymore.
Today’s Man Like subject is marketing executive and designer, @GoldieIyamu. He talks about why he chose to be independent from his dad, the loneliness that comes with setting boundaries and why masculinity doesn’t influence his style.
Today’s Man Like is developmental researcher, @Adejoh. He talks about the self-discovery journey that took him away from the comfort his family, the fear of poverty and why kids are a responsibility he never wants to deal with.
Today’s Man Like is branding executive, Toheeb Azeez. He talks about navigating grief after the death of his parents, stepping up as the man of the house despite financial struggles and how loss has influenced his outlook on life.
Odudu Ime Otu’s life changed when he won ₦50M from @GulderUltSearch in 2021. Chilling with Man Like, he talks about the tough lessons his dad taught him, leaving home when he turned 20 and why he’s still a hustler like the rest of us.
The subject of today’s Man Like is popular food critic, @ChefOpeyemi. He tells us why he’s no longer interested in gender wars, how he deals with imposter syndrome and why he’s not really happy he made it this early in life.
The subject of today’s Man Like is creative director, @officialRONR. He talks about finding freedom in makeup and fashion, what standing up to his dad cost him and how he deals with pushback from people who are uncomfortable with his look.
The subject of today’s Man Like is artist, @mumu_illustratr. He talks about the fight that caused him and his dad to fall out, the one time he questioned his masculinity and how he’s turning his imposter syndrome into “conman syndrome”.
The subject of today’s Man Like is acclaimed writer and LGBTQ+ activist, @Innanoshe. He talks about being labelled gay way before he knew what it meant, overcoming his childhood obsession with being liked, and his journey to self-acceptance.
The subject of today’s Man Like is acclaimed writer, @OpeAdetayo1. He talks about finding the ginger to escape poverty, his fear of losing his identity to the career that has made him successful, and why his dad is his constant go-to guy.
Ernest Nwangwu dropped out of studying geology despite his family’s wishes to find his own path. In this episode of Man Like, he talks about putting himself through school, the pressures of being a first child and why he doesn’t fear anything.
Today’s Man Like is international tech bro, @teslimalabi_. He talks about growing up with a Muslim dad and Christian mum, stepping up to save his university relationship and how he’s been able to navigate life as a black man living in America.
How do you navigate the world as a man named Dearest? In this episode of Man Like, @DearestOsasO talks about his experience with bullies, his parents’ reaction to his mental health struggles and why Nigerian men hate calling him by his name.
Today’s Man Like is vibes master, @jesuischiby. He talks about his struggle with body dysmorphia, the pressures of turning 30, why he wants to control his drinking and the one mistake from university that still haunts him today.
Our Man Like subject is photo-journalist and blogger, @foluoyefeso. He talks about the last time he cried, the toxic trait he’s had to unlearn, breaking away from organized religion and why he’s not here to defend Nigerian men.
Today’s Man Like is @IamJLordz, a renowned entrepreneur. He talks about how love inspired him to become a hustler in university, the unexpected joys (and wahala) of being a dad and why he’s scared to open to people.
Today’s Man Like subject is journalist and football fanatic, @tollexrism. He talks about leaving Nigeria after the #EndSARS protests, why he doesn’t like the word “japa” and why Nigerian men are so obsessed with football.
Today’s Man Like is @dahmola, the stylist behind the looks on Skinny Girl in Transit and @tokstarr. He talks about his father’s absence from his life, navigating Nigeria’s chaotic fashion space and why he’s tired of being on the streets.
Today’s Man Like subject is actor and TV host, @edomalo. He talks to us about becoming his mum’s go-to-guy after his parents’ divorce, how his approach to fatherhood differs from that of his dad and how his wife tricked him into becoming an actor.
Today’s Man Like subject is actor, event host and sweet boy, K10. For our valentine issue, he opens up about moving out of his parents’ house at 30, the job that pays the most, practising law again and how his wife is the best thing Nigeria has done for him.
The subject of today’s Man Like is @AnthonyAzekwoh, an artist and NFT big boy. He opens up about dropping out of university despite his parents’ disapproval, surviving his first heartbreak, and how he tried but failed to recreate the magic of his popular painting, The Red Man.
Today’s Man Like is @ternaiwar a photographer and creative director. He talks about why he made a major career switch to photography, how moving around as a child affected his life’s trajectory and his concerns about how people view masculinity today.
The subject of today’s Man Like is creative producer, . He talks to us about how his family’s financial background affects his relationship with money, responsibilities of a first son, being a Christian in “uncool” times and how money stops nonsense.
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