For a while now, this young lady has been trending on opera news hub on her natural beauty of her pictures she uploads on twitter and Instagram. She is mostly a twitter user. Ii think she has more fans on the bird app and with all these posts about her, she has gained recognitions, she is now famous.
Initially, it was all positive and everyone loved her and all that, until some recent writers started using her to talk about other ladies. Ifeioku this, ifedioku that. One titled his article 'Ifedioku should move, see the recent beauty' all these doesn't matter as the lady is just doing her thing. Writers should let her be and come up with other creative topics.
There are other things to write about, ifedioku is on her own and doing her thing. Be creative and write better things. She didn't hurt anybody. The Internet is just full of plenty complications. When someone is living her life and some people carry her matter on their heads like this. Take it easy writers o.
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