Recently, popular Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe was massively trolled by fans after she wore an attire to an occasion that was deemed to be very exposing. In the black dress she wore to the event, her cleavage was spilling out. This caused many to cast stones at her.
In what can be counter attack, the actress has come out to also bash those who had the 'audacity' to call her out for wearing such outfit. She particularly addressed many of them who set about correcting her for what they felt she did wrong.
According to Mercy, it was no one's business if she wore an attire that exposed her cleavage because those who trolled her were not the ones paying her bills neither do their opinions define her.
In essence, she told them to go practice their hypocrisy somewhere else as she was not entertaining any ill comments about her.
Even more, Mercy Aigbe somewhat dissed Iyabo Ojo in her post. This she did by comparing her height with that of her colleague and concluding that she was taller.
See her post below:
"Chai @iyaboojofespris is short sha. I tall pass you wella......
Letter to association of ‘holier than thou’ ‘saints’ ‘social media preachers’... pls I posted this pix I know my cleavage is showing! I love it pls if you don’t, kindly unfollow or go to lindaikeji to leave your self righteous and hypocritical comments.
Need I remind y’all that your opinions doesn’t define me neither does it pay my bills, so sincerely your opinions are meaningless to me ....... Please spare me all those comments oh! Cos I am too busy and won’t really have time to be blocking your... till later in the day. My advice is drink plenty of water and mind the business that pays your bills , life isn’t that hard."
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Over time, Mercy Aigbe has always been one to reply any such fan that wants to troll her. Recently, she dished out her own comment to a troll who asked her about her skin colour.
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