Former Big Brother Naija Housemate Vee has taken to social media to react after being called out by a fashion brand alleging she owes N1.9million following the termination of her ambassadorial deal.
Kemifilani News earlier reported that in a post shared on Instagram, the brand pointed out the negative attitude of the reality TV star during the product photoshoot.
The brand alleged that Vee refused to refund the money paid for the ambassadorial deal and took some of the items used for the product shoot.
However, in a post shared on the microblogging platform Twitter, the reality TV star debunked reaching out to the clothing line requesting for ambassadorial deal contrary to the brand’s claims.
Vee said the brand told her to wait for two weeks for the brand shipment arrival upon the agreement of fees.
According to Vee, during the product photoshoot, she was compelled to use hair from a different brand that was not part of their contract agreement, and she allowed it so she would not be considered problematic.
However, on the second day, she insisted on not using the hair, which became the genesis of the problem. She added a video was shared with her, and she urged the company to work on the footage, and the brand owner started throwing tantrums at her.
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Popular social media influencer and mother of two, Laura Ikeji Kanu, has driven her fans and followers crazy after she shared a video of herself chew raw scotch bonnet (Red pepper).
Laura took to her verified Instagram page to share the video of herself eating the scotch bonnet with her banana and straw berry smoothie.
She wrote, "Try with raw pepper and thank me later. Someone cc @officiallindaikeji"
"Pls Do No do this if u don’t wanna run mad, but if u like pepper 🌶 go ahead boo. Taste good"
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Nigerians have stormed actress, Faithia Balogun, now known as Faithia William's page to rain curses on her over Yomi Fabiyi's controversial movie, Oko Iyabo, despite not being featured in the movie.
Kemi Filani News earlier reported that the new movie “Oko Iyabo” which chronicles the Baba Ijesha rape scandal sparked fury from not just Nigerians, but celebrities as well.
Recall that Baba Ijesha was arrested by the police in April for alleged sexual assault of the 14-year-old foster daughter of comedienne, Princess.
Fabiyi, had organised a protest against the detention of Baba Ijesha and expressed readiness to stand as his surety.
The movie is produced by the actor, Fabiyi and also directed by Dele Matti.
This was contained in a statement signed by his spokesman, Garba Shehu.
According to Buhari, the agencies executed the arrests of individuals who had inflicted pain and hardships on fellow citizens with great synchronization.
He noted that Kanu and the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leaders are known for murderous actions and virulent messaging.
Shehu also confirmed the "international operation" against Kanu resulted in his hand over to the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) and then repatriation.
The aid said the violence inspired by IPOB has led to hundreds of fatalities, particularly targeted at Government assets...