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Kemi Olunloyo flees from social media after trolling Davido for 2 weeks over his son’s death

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Controversial and self acclaimed Nigerian investigative journalist, Kemi Omololu Olunloyo, has taken to social media to announce her intended break after trolling singer, Davido for two weeks over the death of his son.

Kemi FIlani News reported in a series of posts that the Yoruba born social media commentator and Canada deportee started a now popular hash tag, “#TheAdelekeCurse” shortly after Davido’s fist son, Ifeanyi Adeleke died in their Banana Island mansion.

Kemi Olunloyo alleged that Davido’s family is cursed, hence the death.

She has now announced that she will be off all social media platforms except for TikTok, until December first.

She took to popular micro blogging platform, Twitter to make the post.

Kemi Olunloyo wrote, “OK everyone I’m going on a well needed therapeutic vacation. I will be back December 1st.No Facebook, No Twitter, No Instagram. I will deactivate my Twitter and Instagram at 9pm. I will be posting on TikTok only. Thanks for following #TheAdelekeCurse docuseries”.

“You will beg for Akara at the bus stop at 60” Uche Maduagwu rains curses on Kemi Olunloyo over Davido

Kemi FIlani News earlier reported that Uche Maduagwu rained curses on self acclaimed investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, over Davido.

This comes after Kemi Olunloyo took to her social media pages to troll Davido over the death of his first son, Ifeanyi.

Kemi alleged that there is a curse in the Adeleke family and Chioma as an Igbo girl, added more curses to them.

This didn’t go down well with a lot of Nigerians and Uche Maduagwu decided to come for her.

He rained curses at Kemi Olunloyo as he reminded her that she will reap what she sows.

He wrote: “Any 58 yeas old person rejoicing at those mourning get ancestral curse following am like Google map. God tell me say na for bus stop you go sidon dey beg akara and 20 naira to chop at 60 for all your lie at Davido, Chioma and the great Ifeanyi. Wetin you sow, you go reap. Can I hear amen.”

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