Funke “Fuzzyberry” Amigun has all the characteristics of a diva. With her skin glowing in a distinct ebony hue, she is one lady that will make the blood of any man go warm. She is an undergraduate of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, and she has such a cheerful, charming and friendly personality that almost everybody wants to become her friend. Added to all this, is her unique sense of fashion which has gotten her a couple of awards. I spoke with her during the week…
Tell me a bit about yourself.
My name is Amigun Olufunke aka FuziBerry. I’m in my early twenties. I’m a final year student of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye Ogun State, studying Industrial and Labor relations. I’m a native Of Ekiti State and the second born of the family. I love cooking, looking good (lol) and hanging out with friends.
You were recently nominated for Most Popular; how did you become so popular in school?
Yes, I was recently nominated for the Quintessential Award for Best Dressed and Most Popular. I have also won some previous awards like Cool & Calm personality and Most Influential personality. I love being with people, and I guess that’s what made me popular. I don’t look down on anyone. I assist in any way I can, and I’m very active in academics and social activities in my school. I’m the Assistant Class Representative of my class.
How do you cope with male fans on campus considering your popularity?
I relate well with them, and they give me my respect. It’s all good.
To you, whats the difference between fashion and style?
To me, fashion is all about the latest trends. It evolves and revolves with improvement. Style is left to the individual; or how he or she is able to effortlessly create the right combination to blend. Style is all about Research, Experiment and Creativity. It’s all about Self expression.
What fashion item will you spend the most on?
Shoes, and I’m also getting addicted to belts of late.
What wouldn’t you be caught wearing?
Too much accessories and make up.
Who’s your favourite designer?
Burberry, Yves saint Laurent and Giorgio Armani.
What do you have to say about the ongoing ASUU strike?
Basically, the government needs to heed ASUU’s demands. The educational sector seriously needs to be looked into. Just because the children of the elite and those in power don’t school there doesn’t mean the sector should be neglected. The more students are at home, social vices will keep increasing, and in a way, it will also affect the rich. I’m pleading; they should please call off the strike, its frustrating.
Parting words to ladies about fashion?
Fashion is all about you. What you wear speaks volumes about you. Keep doing what brings you joy, and I bet you will do it effortlessly. Fuzzyberry sign out with Love. Follow me on Twitter: @fuziberry; Facebook: Fuziberry Amigun.
Catch you later.