There are a lot of celebrities who have been embarrassed on social media courtesy of a tape scandal. In this article, you would be meeting 3 Nigerian female celebrities who have suffered a leaked tape scandal on the internet space.
1. Maryam Usman Hiyana
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In 2007, the alleged Maryam's s€x tape was released on social media and it was recorded by her Lagos-based boyfriend identified as Usman Bobo. The actress got married a few months after the saga
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2. Maryam Ado Muhammad
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Maryam Booth is one of the Nigerian celebrities that suffered a tape scandal on the internet space.
In March 2020, Maryam was in the news after her tape was released on social media. The beautiful actress alleged that the video was recorded by her former boyfriend, Ahmad Ibrahim Rufai (also known as Deezel). She further stated that he recorded the video when she was changing clothes.
3. Tiwa Savage
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A few weeks ago, Tiwa revealed that someone demanded a huge amount of money from her, otherwise, he will release her s€x tape online. However, the tape was leaked online a few days ago and is currently trending on social media.
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