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Ogom "OG" Chijindu

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Ogom "OG" Chijindu is a Nigerian professional athlete who has played soccer, basketball, volleyball and track & field. Soccer became her passion throughout high school and in college, which led her to train with a women's professional soccer team, only to find out upon return, that the U.S. league had been dismantled.

In 2009 Ogom got the opportunity to start her career with a Women's Football League which she gladly accepted, after a 10-year run "OG" retired from football in 2019, she is releasing her own Bobble Butt Doll to commemorate a viral moment in her football career where she tackles an opponent and "Twerked" on her head.

Ogom "OG" Chijindu
BornOgom Chijindu
🏳️ NationalityNigerian
💼 Occupation
  • Television Personality
  • Professional athlete
  • Actress
📆 Years active  2009–present
Known forBasketball Wives
Legends Football League
Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge
The CW's Oh Sit!
🌐 Websiteiheartog.com

Ogom joined the cast of Basketball Wives LA Season 7 and just wrapped filming Season 8 on which she has become a "Fan Favorite" alongside her boyfriend, overseas basketball player Kwame Alexander .

Year 2020 brings good tidings as Ogom will prepare to be crowned Princess of Asaba, Delta


[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

  1. "Fandemonium - Ogom "OG" Chijindu - Basketball Wives (Video Clip)". VH1. Retrieved 2019-10-10.
  2. Meet the Cast: Ogom 'OG' Chijindu Will Be Heard 🏀 | Basketball Wives (Season 7), retrieved 2019-10-10
  3. OGOM CHIJINDU CHASING THE QB, retrieved 2019-10-10
  4. Basketball Wives Star OG Gives Advice On How To Deal With Drama | 2019 Exclusive Interview, retrieved 2019-10-10
  5. WOW!! LFL Booty Shake on Opponents Face!, retrieved 2019-10-10
  6. "She Is... October Edition". view.joomag.com. Retrieved 2019-10-16.

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