Nigerians blast lady who said Dbanj should learn from his first child's death

Nigerians blast lady who said Dbanj should learn from his first child's death

- A Nigerian lady has come under fire after she made a statement about Dbanj and his wife

- The lady identified as Lotanna Odunze-Igwe expressed that the couple should learn from their first child's death

- Odunze-Igwe made the statement after unconfirmed news about the couple's newborn baby's arrival emerged

A young Nigerian lady identified as Lotanna Odunze-Igwe, also known by her social media identity as @sugabelly, has come under fire on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, after she made some comments.

The young lady had made some comments that many deem insensitive. In a tweet, Odunze-Igwe expressed that singer, Dbanj, and his wife, Didi, should learn from their first child's death.

Odunze-Igwe made the statement after unconfirmed news about the couple's newborn baby's arrival emerged. The lady told the couple to teach their new baby how to swim.

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The comments did not sit well with many Nigerians who immediately came for her on the platform. They expressed that what she said was mean, others even said she was using the couple to create buzz for herself.

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Despite deleting the first tweet, Odunze-Igwe expressed that she did not mean to offend anyone with her comment. She noted that what she said was to advice the couple to train their child.

Nigerians replied her, stating that even though she had the best intentions, the timing of her advice was not proper. They said she was just opening old wounds for the couple.

The lady was a topic of discussion on the platform in the past after she revealed that she is a victim of molestation. The lady had claimed that she was molested by one of the sons of the late former governor, Prince Abubakar Audu Mustapha.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that another Nigerian lady was recently trolled on social media after she took to Twitter to share a conversation she had with another Twitter user, Dapson, who had slid into her direct message, expressing interest in her.

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