Actress Ummi Ibrahim (Zee-Zee) has called on guys to stop harassing her because she has a boyfriend.
In a message posted on Instagram, Zee-Zee said one man had spread lies on social media saying she was looking for a husband.
According to her, this led to many men, whom she called ‘Tom and Jerry’ pressuring her with love messages. Ummi said she was not looking for a lover because someone loved her and she loved him.
Below is the message she posted on her Instagram page;
“Salam to Nigerians. Anyone who wrote this article saying that I was looking for a husband has hurt me because now every 'Tom and Jerry' sends me his picture of on my WhatsApp line saying he is going to marry me, I am not allowed to rest; I can't go online and see a lot of text 'messages' that I can't read all the letters and pictures of men in so many different colors.
She also said; “Dear God, whoever gave me this shit saying that I am looking for a husband himself but I do not (know) him.
She also asked him to look at the honor of the Prophet and the Glorious Qur'an do not lie to her again because men are very worried about me now and I have a boyfriend who I love and he loves me too! Oh, mtswwww! ”
Zee-Zee recently sparked controversy on social media after declaring that she would commit suicide after an Inyamiri scam embezzled N450 million for an planned oil business.
Many people have denied it, and some say that she said it just to attract attention because her voice is not heard in the film industry.
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