Mercy Eke is one of the contestants of reality t.v show, Bbnaija season four, where she emerge the winner and became the first female to have won the show.
Since she emerged the winner of the show in 2019, it has been one success story after another for her as she records series of achievements.
Her latest achievement is acquiring a brand new G-Wagon. Sharing this good news on social media, she got a lot of congratulatory messages from her numerous fans.
However, a certain man by name Rosin Silverdam, decided to go all investigative on the video and came out with speculations that Mercy Eke's G-Wagon acquisition is a lie.
According to his findings, Mercy Eke transferred the plate number from her Range Rover to her new G-Wagon and this acts spells something fishy because no two cars are allowed to use same plate number. He went on to advice people not to allow the life of anybody on social media affect them as it may well be a lie.
He was probably thinking that social media users will support his claims but alas, when his video got to the page of popular mirco-blogger, @Gossipmillnaija, fans of the bbnaija star blasted him and called him jobless for having the time to sniff around another's success and looking for what could be wrong with it instead of thinking of ways to make his own money.
See screenshots of some of their reactions below:
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