After having a hard time with followers over her skull-like outfit to AMVCA, Big brother Naija Ex Housemate Iheme Faith Uloma better known as Ifu Ennada has called out Christians who insist she is not a born again Christian because she poses in bikini.
Reacting to that, Ifuennada pleaded with them to cease calling her such names because she is a true Born-again Christian.
In a fresh development, Ifu shared a new bikini photo that exposed her body, sensually.
Reacting to the photo, a follower called her a ‘huge joke’ for claiming to be born again and still not imbibing the teachings of the Bible.
Another follower slammed her, telling her that she has a special place in hell for posing almost naked online because such photos seduce men.
Infuriated by the reactions, the reality star took to her Instastories and wrote:
“Christians that say I ‘m not born again because I wear bikini by the pool, pls send me asoebi or Agbada so that I can dress appropriately,” she wrote.
“This is why you hear of pastors sleeping with choir/church members, etc. Y’all should run your heavenly race and let me run mine. Let God decide who is holy and who isn’t
“The holier than thou Christians are usually the ones who do the worst behind closed doors. The unbelievable ones are the Assistant Jesuses who feel you are doing something wrong, but then go ahead to correct you with insults
“Is that how you were taught to win souls? You want someone to be like you who lacks love but oozes bitterness and envy? Una never serious.” she added.
Ifu Ennada who recently made a U-turn after she had claimed her controversial dress to African Magic Viewers Choice Award (AMVCA) cost her more than N5 million, has again pleaded to her followers online to stop addressing her as devilish.
Ifu Ennada who was styled by Toyin Lawani of Tiannahplacempire, had revealed that her black skull filled dress is worth $ 1000 (almost 5m).
However, some social media critics are saying she is delivish and as well as rocking a devilish dress due to the outlook of her outfit.
Reacting to that, Ifuennada pleaded to them to cease calling her such names because she is a true Born-again Christian.
“I am born again, I have a whole Bible App i used to study the word of God steady. Please stop this narrative of me being devilish because of my Amvca look. I am a child of God. It is all fashion,” she wrote.
She continued, “Nigerians are saying that I am devilish because of my Amvca dress. Please stop it is an unconventional Fashion. Avant Garde but Nothing devilish about my dress or me. Please stop this. Recall that Ifuennada had bragged that her entire look was worth over N5m.”
“My entire look is worth over 100k USD… Yes you read that right! So if you don’t have a minimum of 10k USD in a domiciliary acct, you have no right to speak on my Look. Basically, stay away from criticising my outfit if you’re a broke a$s,” she had written.