Eniola Badmus Savagely Replied a Troll who Shaded her for Repeating Clothes
By Celebrityblog | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 5513 views
Nollywood Actress, Eniola Badmus savagely replied a troll who stylishly shaded her for repeating clothes. The actress shared a photo of herself rocking a ripped pants with a caption "New day New Hustle".
A troll identified as Olubunmiv on Instagram stylishly shaded the actress for repeating same pants. He wrote " Eniola u really like this trouser sha......still love you. Eniola Badmus in turn savagely replied the troll without waiting a sec said she can decide to wear the pants everyday because it's her brand and moreover she has like 20 pieces.
She wrote saying "@olubunmiv no Dey reason my matter Local oooo, am wearing my brand so therefore I can wear it everyday meanwhile I get like 20 pieces....... Mr Bunmi I understand that shade but no lele you still be my fan......Luv still.
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