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Actress Mercy Aigbe Keeps Mum Amidst Accusation Of Stealing Sister’s ‘Divine Destiny’

 

Mercy Aigbe
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Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe, has ignored the call out by her sister, Patience, for allegedly stealing her ‘Divine Destiny’ and their mother’s favouritism.

Naija News earlier reported that in a post shared on Facebook, Patience reminisced on her 50th birthday celebration with photos of herself, her mother and Mercy.

While describing Mercy and their mother as pretentious ‘relathieves’, Patience accused the duo of stealing her divine destiny.

According to Patience, her mother and sister are avid churchgoers, notwithstanding, they are still known in the kingdom of darkness.

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Expressing her frustration over the pain she has experienced, Mercy Aigbe‘s sister prayed for God’s help.

Unconfirmed reports also made the rounds online that Mercy’s sister on September 30, 2022, set the house of their mother ablaze at Adebayo Mokuolu Street in Lagos.

Amidst the reactions it generated online, the Nollywood actress seemed unbothered and failed to address the issue on her social media page.

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Instead, Mercy on Friday morning shared adorable photos of herself gushing over her beauty and captioned the post: “Agbeke. A ku Ola jimoh eni …..Loving my outfit”

See her last social media post below:

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Whitemoney Discloses Reason For Going For BBNaija

Meanwhile, former Big Brother Naija reality show winner and singer, Hazel Oyeze Onou, popularly called WhiteMoney, has said that he decided to go for the BBNaija show because of his financial status.

The reality TV star revealed that poverty pushed him to audition for four times in a row and he won the fourth time.

Sharing his life experience in an interview with Chude Jidenowo, Whitemoney revealed that he did not attend a tertiary institution.

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He said, “The highest educational qualification I have is O’ level, National Examination Council (NECO), that’s all I wrote. I didn’t write WAEC, JAMB, nor have any degree.”

He also explained that foreign movies improved his vocabulary without sound English.

He said, “I hate reading, but I love to listen, so I watch a lot of movies and emulate how they talk, and it impacted me. If I am to act the role of someone with an American accent, I have to watch five Black American movies.

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