We are not friends - Laura Ikeji explains why she doesn't relate with Kanu's wife Amara

We are not friends - Laura Ikeji explains why she doesn't relate with Kanu's wife Amara

Nigerian fashion entrepreneur, Laura Ikeji, set tongues wagging after she confirmed the rumour suggesting she does not see eye to eye with her brother-in-law's wife, Amara.

Recall a while ago, Legit.ng reported the news of how Kanu Nwankwo's wife Amara, took to the social media platform to call Ogbonna Kanu out, accusing him of causing trouble in her home. The scandalous comments went viral on social media at the time but noticeably, Laura kept mute about the issue.

There were speculations going round the internet that suggested the fashionista was not exactly liked by Amara. Well, it appears the feeling is mutual as Laura recently confirmed it herself on social media.

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An Instagram follower asked her why they (Laura and Amara) don't follow each other on the picture-sharing app. Laura's response was straight and direct to the point. She wrote: "We are not friends."

We are not friends - Laura Ikeji explains why she doesn't relate with Kanu's wife Amara

Screenshot of the exchange between Laura and a follower
Source: Instagram

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The drama between Laura Ikeji's husband and Amara started when he took to Instagram to show off some tickets he got to the Leeds United game.

Everything became heated when the mother of three got in the comment section and wrote what is best described as a very brutal message aimed at disgracing the football star's brother. She accused him of being a fake and trying to cause problems in her home.

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She wrote: “You are a coward and liar. That’s my sons ticket. He was supposed to follow his dad to the Leeds game today but no. You have never allowed Kanu to be in peace with his family. You tried that with me all these years thinking I will die and now you want to come near my children. You can’t. You won’t. Oloshi oloriburuku. Borrow pose. @ogbobekee1, don’t mess with my children’s things or their dad.”

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