Internet trolls have been advised not to lecture Iheme Faith Uloma, also known as Ifu Ennada, about civility.
Ifu Enneda made this statement in response to a Direct Message (DM) she received on Instagram from a follower who encouraged her to stop posting intimate photos of herself online in order to promote her cosmetic items.
The Big Brother Reality Show star posted the advice on her verified Instagram profile after she realized she couldn’t take everything in and explained that she was only looking for a way to survive.
“I use everything God has given to me to promote my business the right way. Would you rather I use my body to sleep with your husbands inorder to make a living?” she asked rhetorically.“DMs like this will get you blocked,” it was added. I dislike the “holier than thou” attitude. These images that are upsetting some people were taken poolside. Was I supposed to swim in my agbada?For the umpteenth time, unfollow me if you don’t like what I post.I had to turn off comment section on that post cos I didn’t have the energy to read or reply hate comments and I was tired of blocking Trolls.Some of you even send me VNs here to preach to me and insult me.Pls learn to mind the business that pays us just as I’ve been minding mine.Lastly, if you’re going to send me unsolicited DMs, do it with good English, not annoying “cut & join” sentences. ”
“Your insults and narrative of me do not define me; “Ashewo, Strong Yansh, “see as you be like man”, Midget, Transgender, etc.” – I know who I am. To those who feel disappointed because the person I was in BBNaija has evolved, please understand that my participation in Big Brother was over 4yrs ago. It’d be a shame if I remained stagnant. Change is constant…if this is not the sort of change you anticipated, hold on to the parts of me you love and focus on them. To those worried that no man will want to date or marry me. First of all I am not defined by my relationship status or my involvement with the opposite sex.Secondly, I have a kind man who loves and supports me, he’s not a village man, he’s seen the world and he definitely understands,’