Big Brother Naija Housemate Nina Ivy has called out Nigerian musician turned controversial blogger Tunde Ednut over a post on her recent comment about the song ‘Zazoo Zehh’ and a subtle shade to her.
Kemi Filani News earlier reported that ‘Zazoo Zehh’ is the latest sensational street song by Nigerian singer Portable and has remained on the lips of many music lovers.
However, Nina Ivy seemed different about the song stating that people are overhyping the music as she struggled to understand what portable is singing.
In her words: I feel like you guys are overhyping this song because I’ve been trying so hard to understand what this guy but it’s not working. What does this song mean exactly coz hmmm.
The statement did not sit well with many Nigerians as they dragged her, reminding her how her stay in the Big Brother Naija house was also overhyped.
Like other Instagram blogs, Tunde Ednut shared the post on his page, and Nina Ivy seemed displeased with it.
Tunde Edunt also recalled how an alleged boyfriend of Nina Ivy took her to Lekki and rented a shop for her with five years payment. Still, the relationship ended after Nina got pregnant with a customer, and they left Nigeria.
Tunde Ednut wrote: Him carry him baby go Lekki, open shop for sef. Paid 5 years rent sef. Customer come, give am belle, carry her go yankee
In her words: Someone should tell Tunde Ednut or whatever his name is to avoid me, coz normally you don’t fuck with me so don’t put me on your page little man.
Kemifilani recalls that shortly after Nina’s butt surgery, they were controversies online as she had recently signed a contract with a natural body enhancement brand, Mav Herbals, yet still went ahead for surgery.
The brand called her out on Instagram and requested an apology and refund of the money spent on signing her as an ambassador.
Speaking about the issue, Nina said, “Before signing the deal, I had informed my then-manager, Femi, of Wynerz Talent, that I was booked to undergo surgery. Femi came with the proposal from Mav Herbals and I had categorically told the company’s CEO that I was going for surgery. She (the CEO) agreed to still go ahead with the deal.
“It was a surprise to find out that she made a post about me not working with her without speaking to me first about it and this happened before I began my ‘influencing’ with the hospital I had my surgery with.
“This same contract was discussed with her and Femi. Meanwhile, there is no clause in my contract that states that I cannot undergo surgery while representing her.
“I have been a loyal and dedicated brand ambassador and influencer to numerous brands over the years. I have never had any issue with any of the brands I have worked with. The publications on different blogs and constant trolling made by her have caused defamation of my character and my legal team is on it.”