I have said that when I began this category on AML, which was triggered by the unwarranted attack Seun Kuti (Fela’s son) hurled on twitter at Storm Records executive Obi Asika, I honestly never imagined it would grow as fast as it has and that there would be continuous content displaying foolishness on all kinds of levels by our celebrities on social media. But indeed, it is the case and it is what it is. Actually, this category on AML, if you all must know, is my least favorite, although from the stats, many enjoy it. Anyway on to the latest Celebrities Behaving Badly (CBB) post.
I am unsure the justification for Egor Efiok’s behavior towards celebrity blogger Linda Ikeji. Ikeji allegedly posted a designer bag on her social media page and it was allegedly sufficient enough for Efiok to rain abuses like a ton of bricks on Ikeji. Egor Efiok, a Celebrity Publicist to the stars, SHOULD KNOW better. This is ridiculous and silly from a grown woman like Efiok and especially a Publicist for that matter.
By the way, blogger SDK referenced in Efiok’s abuse manifesto, took to her blog to ask Efiok to leave her out of the dispute. You can read it here. *Le Sigh* By the way, why are many Nigerians always so caught up with pointing out that someone used to be poor? And so what? What’s wrong with being poor and getting yourself out of the poverty trenches without, especially as a woman, sleeping around and doing it on your terms? The stupidness of this abuse that I guess is suppose to make the recipient feel bad beats me. Click on image for full view of the rants.
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