- Nollywood actress Uche Elendu made sure not to spare a troll identified as Eva Ike who accused her wrongly over her Father's Day post
- The actress shared photos of her father on casual wears as she celebrated him
- But Eva said that Uche lives a fake life while her father is living a poor life
- The mother of two blasted her troll, stating that her father doesn't have to dress up for Instagram
Nigerian actress Uche Elendu has replied to a troll who tried to shame her dad for the casual way he was dressed.
On Sunday, June 21, as the world celebrated Father's Day, the actress also took to her official Instagram page to celebrate her dad. Uche shared lovely photos of her dad as she eulogised him.
The screen goddess described her dad as her first love and driving force. She noted that he has taught her a lot while showering prayers on him.
In the photos she shared online, the actress' father was spotted wearing a blue t-shirt and light brown trousers. The elderly man stood before a sleek black Lexus Jeep as he posed for the camera.
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Fans and followers took to the comment section of the actress to show love following her post about her father. However, of all the lovely comments, one stood out.
The comment came from a troll identified as Eva Ike. The lady accused the actress of living a fake life for people on Instagram while there is a lack at home.
According to Eva, the film star claimed her father is a rich man but the compound she sees in the photo doesn't verify her claims.
Reacting to Eva's comment, Uche called her a fool for not being able to tell a countryside home apart from one in a city. According to her, Eva cannot know the difference because she has lived in a poor environment all her life.
Read their exchange below:
In another post that has been deleted, the actress stated that she had to force her dad to take the photo she posted. The mother of two said that some girls may have to sleep with 34 men to be able to gather the money her dad gave her to start a business.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that actor Bryan Okwara wrote a touching note to his son on Father's Day.
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