Some Nigerians have expressed sympathy for Nollywood actress Nse Ikpe-Etim after a Twitter user questioned why she sold out her womb.
The Twitter user said to the actress that she needs to make herself fruitful and replenish.
Without engaging in a fistfight with the social media user, the actress replied to the vile comment, which generated several reactions.
The Tweet Reads:
Emeka Godwin wrote: Why did you sell out your womb… And why are you to being fruitful to souls… please you need to make yourself fruitful and replenish.
Nse Ike-Etim replied: Dear joy vampire, may you be fruitful in common sense. May you be replenished in kidness. may your soul never know adversity.
Some Twitter users had questioned the actress why she responded as it is needless and the actress wrote: To make him happy. He has to feel the joy i feel and his tweet just made me happier as i enlightened him.
The tweets generated reactions; while some netizens pointed how celebrity life is hard in Nigeria, others said it is wrong to insult someone with a child.
ladyque_1 wrote: Why insult someone one with child birth? If only you know what some women are going through 😢😢
cassiesexualtherapy wrote: People are really Vile.What is your business with someone’s Womb?
dumebiblog wrote: Celebrity life in Nigeria is too hard, Lagos stress and mumu fans. 🤦♀️🤦♀️🤦♀️🤦♀️🤦♀️🤦♀️🤦♀️
ifedinma2020 wrote: Innocent Nse. People will just make a very calm person talk. The world is indeed wicked
omalichasherryy wrote: Chai ! This is sad 😢😢😢😢😢
sexpleasurez wrote: It’s so sad that a lot of people are so stuck with translating other people’s life affairs into their own problems!!!
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