If You Were Born Today, Then These Are The Celebrities You Share The Same Birthday With

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Happy new month to you all, on this first day of March. If you are celebrating your birthday, then u must be very lucky because you share your birthday with some famous people. Today marks the birthday of our king of drive time on Star FM and CEO of Empire entertainment, Nathan Kwabena Adisi AKA BOLA RAY. He is 39years today.




Also the “what do you mean” hit maker Justin Bieber is 22 today. biebs







Oscar winning actress Lupita Nyong`o is 33years today. If you celebrate your birthday with these stars GHBASE wishes you a happy birthday……chill hard but don’t freeze.lupita-nyong

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