What compensation will justify this madness - BBN star Ka3na blasts Davido's fan for her tattoo
By Itz_Loba | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 22863 views
The Big Brother Naija reality TV star Katrina Jones popularly known as Ka3na has taken to her Instagram page to show her dislike for the hardcore fan of popular Nigerian musician Davido who tattooed the face of Davido and his kids on her back.
The reality TV star made it known that there is no compensation that will be given to the fan to justify what she had done to her body. She wrote, 'What watery beans can cause, what compensation can justify this madness'
The reality TV star began her statement that poverty is a key factor that made the fan to take a step of doing such tattoo on her skin. She made this known that watery beans is what caused the fan to do that all in the hope of getting compensation from the musician.
However, since the picture of the person with the massive tattoo on her back surfaced the internet there has been a quite reaction which could be said to be mixed. Some condemned the act while some applauded her for it.
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