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IVD Has A Tattoo Of His Late Wife’s Face And Name On His Body – Blessing CEO




A self-acclaimed relationship expert, Blessing Okoro popularly known as Blessing CEO has opened up on her alleged romantic relationship with businessman, Ikechukwu Ogbonna, aka IVD.

Naija News recalls that there have been allegations that the relationship expert and IVD are in a romantic relationship.

The allegations were due to a tattoo of Okoro’s name spotted on the businessman’s hand.

However, speaking in an interview with Punch, Okoro argued that having a tattoo of someone does not necessarily translate to a personal relationship.

She revealed that IVD also has his late wife’s name, her face and the names of all his children tattooed on his body.

She said, “One can tattoo anybody’s name on one’s hand. I have Denrele’s name on my hand; does it mean I am dating him? I have more than five people’s names on my hand, and we are not related. IVD also has his (late) wife’s name, her face and the names of all his children tattooed on his body. I did not know IVD as of the time the matter was trending. I defended him innocently. If I had something to do with him, I would not even say a word.”

Speaking on her controversial outfits, which critics have described as ‘tacky’, Okoro said, “I dress very classy. Many are just looking for something to talk about. You can say my outfits are a bit controversial, but I wear clothes depending on where I am going. You do not expect me to wear a suit to the beach, or call me tacky when I wear a bikini.”

Speaking on her latest encounter with the police, Okoro stated that she was tricked into their net. She said, “I was ambushed and taken to court. The woman who made a complaint against me accused me of contributing to the death of her younger sister, but that is not true. I never knew or met them before. I talked about the case like every other topic on social media. I don’t know why she picked on me. She was just looking for clout, but I did not give her that attention.”