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BBNaija Phyna brags about her latest project amidst controversial BBNaija reunion


Big Brother Naija season 7 winner, Ijeoma Otabor, popularly known as Phyna, has bragged about her latest project amidst a controversial BBBNaija reunion ending.

Phyna shared photos of herself and Nollywood producer, Vicent Okonkwo, working on an incoming blockbuster.

The dramatic Phyna made this revelation on her Instagram page and also made known her next move. “I’m so excited to finally working with this great producer on this incoming blockbuster.”

This post is coming after a controversial ending of the Level Up Big Brother Naija reunion, which was shot for three days.

There were reports that Phyna was engaged in a hot exchange of words with her ex, Groovy, during the reunion show. She was reportedly sent out of the shoot for the highly anticipated show.

In a series of tweets, Phyna shaded her colleagues and their fans who kept dragging her name online.

She tweeted, “Y’all keep lying and saying shits about me, the fact remains that I won, so choke on it dirty slaves, una kuku know say my mouth nor good, may the spirit of God be with you all amen.”

Phyna begs Nigerians hours after Khosi emerges winner

Recall that Phyna tendered a heartfelt apology to Nigerians after her continuous outbursts on social media.

A viral vido captured when Phyna apologized to her fans for her rash behaviours on social media, blaming it on her poor background.

The reality show winner claimed her poor background did not prepare her for the fame which she got six months ago and the wealth accompanied by it.

She pleaded with her fans to accept her faults, stating she has now gained six months of experience as a famous personality.

This apology trails the emergence of Khosi Twala as the winner of the Big Brother Titans reality show.

Khosi carted away the $100 000 grand prize, including endorsement deals and fame.

For the first time, the franchise reality show paired only Nigerians and South Africans instead of the larger cast of African countries.

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