Peace, love and dreadlocks <3
Q: Whats it like being half Nigerian? Do you speak any Nigerian languages? have you been to Nigeria? Like are you in touch with your heritage

I love being half Nigerian, I grew up in a Nigerian house hold with my dad speaking Yoruba. Unfortunately as I’ve gotten older I’ve forgotten how to speak it but I can understand quite a bit so it isn’t all bad. I am in touch with both of my heritages both Irish and Nigerian as much as I can be. I’ve been to Ireland quite a lot (because it’s close to England) I’ve never been to Nigeria but I don’t think that makes a difference because I think I’ll go soon (:

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Q: Hey I'm a big fan of yours and love your tattoos. Where do you get you inspiration and/or ideas for your tattoos?

A lot of my tattoos are my own designs but others are things that I have seen on other people or in pictures and have adapted to myself. Some are personal and mean a lot or remind me of something and some are just because I like them. It’s all relative really xxx

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Q: do u DJ as well as present? ;)

I do (:
DJ Yinks

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thebokinni (real name Yinka Bokinni) is a presenter/blogger and currently works for UK based radio station RinseFM and their online platform RinseTV. Yinka’s dreadlocks are simply stunning and you gotta love the way she rocks them. What I also love about her is tumblr, which is…

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