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BBNaija star, Nina Ivy takes a dig at Nkechi Blessing over her failed marriage

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BBNaija star, Nina Ivy takes a dig at Nkechi Blessing over her failed marriage

 

Nina Ivy takes a dig at Nkechi Blessing over her failed marriage

 

Big Brother Naija Double Wahala edition finalist, Chinonso Nina Oyenobi better known as Nina Ivy has criticized actress, Nkechi Blessing Sunday over her failed marriage.

 

On Thursday night, there were reports that the reality Tv star had remarried.

 

According to reports, Chris Miller, an African-American, and reality star remarried.

 

He reportedly met Nina Ivy in 2021, and they reportedly dated for seven months before getting married.

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The pair wed in a low-key court ceremony in the United States of America.

 

The 26-year-old has altered her Instagram bio to Nina Ivy Miller, following enomaomoruyi entertainment checking her verified Instagram page.

 

“She kept her marriage off social media oo, E still no work… My darlings do you the world will adjust”.

 

Nina Ivy took a dig at  Nkechi Blessing in a blog’s comments section.

 

Since Nkechi knew nothing about her, she said that not everything was done for clout.

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“Not everything is for ur clout, plus u know absolutely nothing about me, you can only deed off social media news to plz shush”.

 

Nkechi reacted to the news by offering advice to others based on her failed marriage.

 

She emphasized that even though Nina kept her marriage secret, it ended in divorce.

 

Nkechi Blessing has a reputation for not backing down from social media fights. Netizens surely will be expecting a response from her.

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