Ex-beauty queen and actress, Munachi Abii, has revealed that she is neither humble nor nice, in reaction to a fan’s compliment.
The fan had shared a photo of Muna on her Instagram story and lauded her for being one of the most humble Nigerian celebrities.
The star actress in award-winning movie, Living in Bondage: Breaking Free, appreciated the compliment, however, she noted that she is neither humble or nice and does not want to be.
The 33-year-old model went on to describe herself as a simple person with a lot of self respect.
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In a recent post, Nollywood actress, Nkechi Blessing has hinted on walking down the aisle soon, following her recent posts on social media.
Months after Nkechi Blessing’s much-publicized fiance, Mike Adeyemi called off their engagement, the actress seem to have moved on as she now flaunts a mystery man and refers to herself as “Mrs O”.
The actress in another post using the hashtag “married freaK”, shared a loved-up video with the mystery man who she’s yet to reveal his face.
Sharing the video she wrote,
“Out with Bae, Be with a man who allows you be YOU E get why. #unapologeticallyme #marriedfreak”.
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