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‘If I say what my husband gifted me now, internet people will start dragging me – Laura Ikeji

Popular brand influencer Laura Ikeji Kanu has learnt some lessons on social media to avoid being dragged by netizens.

A few months ago, the author was trolled for lying about the 20 million Naira birthday gift she received from her husband.

While appreciating her husband for a gift she received, Laura Ikeji said she least expected the gift; however, she will reveal the nature of the gift to avoid being dragged on the internet.

She wrote: Haaaaaaa thanks baby, thank u soooo much for my lovely gift, wasn’t expecting it, if I tell what u gifted me now, internet ppl will start dragging themselves 🙄, so I’ll keep this to myself. My baby for life. @ogbobekee1

Kemifilani recalled that a few weeks ago, Social media users mocked Laura Ikeji after photos of her husband, Ogbonna, picking from the dustbin in the UK surfaced online.

This comes a few weeks after Laura denied the allegations made by a lady on Instagram that Ogbonna gifted their children toys he allegedly picked up from the dustbin.

Sharing the photos on Instagram, a controversial Instagram blogger identified as @Ifeomafine girl wrote;

“Chai!!!!!Ogboo ehhhh, Ogboo nwannem ooo, ewooo nna ooo. You see this life ehhh! Chai!! I am here to vindicate Ogbonna Kanu. Finally Ogboo isn’t a lazy man. Ogboo may not have multi million business, may not have fancy business, may not have huge fancy job, but listen, Ogboo do hustle. Now we have a little problem. The problem Ogboo had was a wife who is ashamed and was ashamed to tell the world what Ogboo does to survive.

She advertises every business but wasn’t bold enough to tell Nigeria “my husband wukwanu omebelu ma chi ekwekwana”, she forced this man into fake life, she doesn’t support his hustle in public because she has told the world that Kim Kardeshian and Kenya West is their level. But from this photo and from Ogboo’s caption on this post on his page, is clear that Ogboo collects unwanted household items and sends to Nigeria for a living. Most women from UK do this and survives with it and they aren’t ashamed of this very genuine hustle.

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