Between Ufuoma McDermott and follower who wanted to know about her husband

Between Ufuoma McDermott and follower who wanted to know about her husband

It is a normal thing for fans to be curious about the live of their favourite celebrities, however, it is also necessary for fans to respect the privacy of celebrities and try not to ask questions that might insult or make them feel uncomfortable.

With social media platforms, fans have the ability to reach out to their favourite stars, and even start conversations that might lead to longtime friendships with these celebrities.

But, some people have seen the use of social media platforms as means to troll celebrities that they dislike or are not fans of.

A Nigerian Instagram user identified as Evergreen Ann recently received a backlash after she tried to troll actress Ufuoma McDermott. The lady had shared a rude comment on the actress' photo, asking if the man in the photo is her husband.

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The actress replied the follower with another question, asking her if she was looking for her own husband.

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McDermott had shared a photo of herself with her husband and two kids. A photo like this would normally get comments that wish the family well and those that are gushing about how beautiful the family is.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that another Nigerian actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde threatened to block a fan who accused her of the Buhari-led government because she no longer has means of collecting free money from politicians. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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