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One Thing Lupita Nyong’o Will Do In 2023

You'll be amazed!

BY Agnes Amondi

Dec 31, 2022, 05:37 PM

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We all love to know what our favourite celebrity has in their New Year’s plan. Well, we might not know what’s in her entire resolutions list but we know one thing that Lupita Nyong’o will be doing in 2023. She’ll be training in her gorgeous Actively Black wear outfits.

The Black Panther star shared an amazing picture on her Instagram account wearing Actively Black workout gear with her millions of followers and expressed her excitement over using the kits in the new year. This is part of a collaboration between Wakanda Forever & Actively Black wear.
This goes well with her aim of empowering black brands, something that her followers are excited about.

“Thank you for being you.” One comment read. 

Another stated, “Not Lupita rocking my favourite black-owned Brand. #WakandaForever Loved you before with all that melanin Poppin and supreme acting skill, but just found another reason.”

“Now this is what we want and dream of just as Kanye West said. We are powerful enough to own our brands and companies and get to the top. I am proud that this is one upcoming, let's go !!!!”

Lupita Nyong’o's Work Out Track Record

The Mexican-born Kenyan actress is no stranger to working out. In fact, she’s posted numerous videos on her Instagram page doing different types of routines, solo or with a partner. It’s clearly a priority for her and she’s got the body to show for it.
In the lead-up to shooting the second instalment of Black Panther Wakanda Forever, she revealed that the intense swimming workout enabled her to play part of her role as Nakia in the film.
In some routines, she is seen carrying and walking with dumbbells, a session that was supervised by performance specialist Mark Roberts. 

Who is Actively Black?

It is the brainchild of ex-basketballer Lanny Smith who has created a platform for the black community to better their health and fitness. It is also meant to represent them and uplift the visibility of black creatives.