While celebrities, BBN stars basked in the euphoria of the just concluded bbnaija reality show and White Money emerging as the winner of the show, popular relationship expert, Blessing CEO found it comfortable to criticize White Money for becoming the winner of the 90 million grand prizes.
According to Blessing CEO, White Money becoming the winner of this year's reality tv show was predictable and also boring. This biased statement has stirred unpleasant reactions from White Money's fan base and some celebrities which included the controversial Nollywood actor, Uche Maduagwu.
Uche Maduagwu who is well known for calling out and shading celebrities on his Instagram handle slammed Blessing CEO and this time he went hard on her. He told her that she seriously needs a 30 days prayer made on the mountain if White Money winning the 90 million is not enough for her.
He revealed that everyone knew it was Liquorose that he supported but that didn't stop him from rejoicing with White Money when he was named the winner of the show.
He reminded her of the "onye Eze ordeal" that made her viral and negatively portrayed her and said that the bbnaija finale is not like that. He advised her to learn to rejoice with those that rejoice, grow up, and stop the clout chasing because it is not nutritious.
Credit: Instagram/Uche Maduagwu
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