Former BBNaija reality TV star, Ifu Ennada has slammed everyone sympathetic to the course of cyber fraudsters popularly known as Yahoo Boys.
Her post comes hours after the Dubai Police released a video showing how Hushpuppi and his gang were arrested after defrauding 1.9 million people and making N168 billion.
Giving a shout out to the Dubai Police, Ifu Ennada promoted the image of Nigeria and encouraged people to focus on honest work.
he wrote: “Every day for the thief, one day for the owner. #saynotocrime #shoutoutstodubaipolice
“If you feel attacked by this story, then you need to re-evaluate your life.
“If you insult me because of this story, then thunder will fire you.
“I hope the corrupt politicians are taking notes.
“Every fraudulent person go get their own one day.
“Hopefully, we’ll slowly rebuild the image of Nigeria.
“Clean honest work pays”.
…fans says she isn’t feeling hot – says she is running mental
Fans have come for outspoken Big Brother Naija former housemate, Iheme Faith Uloma popularly known as “Ifu Ennada” after she shared a happy video of herself and called herself “hot”.
Sharing the video, she wrote: “Excuse Ma, Excuse Me Sir, I’m hot!😂. Just found this in my gallery and decided to repost in the spirit of Friday, but work doesn’t let me dress up and go out anymore. I’m not even sure I still have this body.😕”
Fans who appear not to be cool with it replied her calling on her to change her ways and stop the “madness”.
Ngozi wrote: “What makes you think that you are hot? Is it by exposing your dry skin”
In support of Nollywood actress, Susan Peters who says women should be allowed to marry two husbands, Big Brother Naija star, Ifu Ennada has said she might end up marrying three husbands.
“I think I want to marry 3 husbands …. The way its doing me now. Just thinking out loud shaa…”, Ifuennada wrote on her Instastory and it continues to get different reactions
Recall that recently, Susan Peters shared a cryptic image on her Instagram page, hinting that women should be allowed to marry two husbands, well, in case something bad happens to one.