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Ex-BBNaija housemate Alex lambastes follower who scammed her online

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Former Big Brother Naija housemate Alex has shown her uttermost dissatisfaction with the way some people beg and scam others online.

The ex-housemate in a recent post on her Instagram page narrated how a certain lady begged her money to pay her school fees, after much Dm’s from her, she gave her twice the amount she initially requested. The beautiful lady continued that she was shocked to see the same person asking other celebrities for money on their Instagram pages.

Pissed off by the follower’s action, she wrote; “So this particular girl has been disturbing about not having money to pay for her whatever in school, almost in all my picture’s comment sections till i sent her a DM, asked her to send me her account number and i sent her double the little money she asked for. Now she left my page and i see her telling the same story on my friend’s posts and pages of other celebrities. I’ve been tempted to react many times but with God, i stayed calm. What made me type this is. I went bk to our dm only to find out she had deleted the message with the account number she sent to me just to clean her slate. You know yourself. If i catch you again, Kitipa ga agba gbu gi”

See screenshot of post below:

Ex-BBNaija housemate Alex lambastes follower who scammed her online

However, Khloe recently responded to the rumors circulating about her unfollowing Leo. The ex-housemate who asked her fans to ask her any question in an Instagram status was heavily questioned about her actions. Replying to her fans questions, she stated that she was never following Leo on Instagram and she always deletes every birthday post she uploads later at night.

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