Nollywood actress Nkechi Blessing has slammed a fan for attempting to instigate a fight between her and former Big Brother Naija Housemate Nina Ivy.
A fan identified as Emeka Charity had sent a DM to Nkechi Blessing telling her that the reality TV star has unfollowed her on the photo and video sharing app, Instagram.
Responding, Nkechi Blessing blasted the fan stating some fans are the problems of Nigerian celebrities as they often create problems when there is none.
Nkechi Blessing added that some fans are always in the habit of reporting celebrities captions and Instagram stories to each other, and some gullible ones will start a fight with their colleague.
Sharing a screenshot of the chat, she wrote: Na dem go DM you tell you to say one person caption or Insta story is about you, some gullible celebrity go begin to pick fight with person wey no offend them. Is this not broad daylight witchcraft?
Kemiflani News recalled that a few days ago, Nkechi Blessing reacted to the viral video of BBNaija Nina in a wheelchair after her cosmetic surgery.
According to Nkechi Blessing, she is thankful to God for giving her a natural bum.
In her words: Let me just take a moment and say, Lord, I thank you.
‘I’ve never seen this kind of thing before’ Actress Yvonne Jegede amazed at what her 3-year-old son said to Nancy Isime
Nollywood actress Yvonne Jegede has revealed a funny and interesting statement her 3-year-old son, Xavier made about her colleague Nancy Isime.
In a post shared on Instagram, Yvonne Jegede expressed surprise at her son's love for light-skinned girls even at a young age.
According to the actress, her son walked into the sitting room while she and her friends were watching a movie Nancy Isime had starred in, and he suddenly pointed at the actress, saying he loves her.
Yvonne Jegede further made a joy about the situation by asking Nancy Isime to send her parent's address as her son is ready to pay her bride price.
She wrote: I’ve never really seen this kind of thing before. My son @xavierjegede_f came...
Asari Dokubo, the Leader of Movement for Emancipation of Niger Delta (MEND), has labelled the detained leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu, as a con man.
Dokubo, in a viral video, accused Kanu of defrauding South-East masses, alleging he collects defence funds without rendering accounts.
He expressed delight with the re-arrest of Kanu, recalling he had promised to smoke him out from hiding.
The Ijaw nation activist further accused Nnamdi Kanu of demanding payment from all Biafrans on monthly basis to be part of the Biafra nation when actualised.
“You are demanding that all Biafrans should pay money to you on monthly basis or they will not be allowed to enter Biafra.
The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, on Sunday paraded 49 people arrested during the Yoruba Nation rally held at the Gani Fawehimi Freedom park on Saturday.
Odumosu, speaking at the command headquarters, explained that the suspects were arrested for violating the ban that no rally or gathering should hold in the state.
He said, “The press briefing is on what happened yesterday during the Oodua Republic Mega Rally. The Lagos State Government and the police command kicked against any rally of any kind in the state due to the unfavourable intelligence gathered about the rally.
“We advised the demonstrators to steer clear of Lagos State due to the fact that it could not afford another loss that was incurred during the #Endsars.