- BBNaija 2019 star Ella has described intimacy therapist, Jaruma, as an angel
- The reality star had shared a video talking about quitting music due to financial problems
- Ella called Jaruma an angel when she came to her defence after the intimacy therapist revealed that people do not appreciate simple gestures
Big Brother Naija 2019 star Ella has come to the defence of popular Nigerian intimacy therapist, Jaruma, after the lady revealed that Nigerians do not appreciate the things she does to help others.
In a recent video shared by Ella on Instagram, the former reality star revealed that she has decided to put an end to a career in music. She revealed that she is struggling to keep up due to financial issues.
This post led Jaruma to comment about her thoughts on helping others. She noted that she would like to help but if she does people are going to assume she is doing it for the sake of attention.
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According to Jaruma, Nigerians don't appreciate the little things people do to help them. Ella, who felt bad about Jaruma's thoughts, immediately shared another video talking about the comment.
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Ella asked Jaruma not to allow people to ruin her good heart and described her as an angel, who helps those in need. She also asked why people would say bad things about Jaruma when all she does is the help.
The former reality star stated that Jaruma helped her when she needed help.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the intimacy therapist was under fire some weeks ago over her statement about mothers-in-law. The intimacy therapist had said Davido’s fiancée Chioma Rowland's life is not a living hell because she does not have a mother-in-law.
The statement made by Jaruma angered many Nigerians and they reminded her that she would one day become a mother-in-law too.
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