- Victoria Inyama has taken to social media to share more thoughts concerning Chacha Eke Faani
- Recall the actress came out to announce that she had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder
- Inyama in another post, questioned the validity of the actress' health claims
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Former Nollywood actress, Victoria Inyama, has taken to social media to react again to the latest video shared by the distressed actress, Chacha Eke Faani, on Instagram.
Recall Faani had recently claimed on social media that she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and that her husband, Austin, was not guilty of domestic violence after she had made a strange video to state that her marriage to him was over.
Inyama in a new video stated that the actress was scared of the backlash and that is the reason she came out with claims about the disorder.
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Inyama had earlier said she did not agree with Eke’s claim that she was bipolar. According to her, people who had experienced years of abuse usually felt they were the crazy one.
She questioned why the initial video was taken down from her page. Inyama who is a certified social psychologist claimed that the actress was simply made to drop the second video in order to protect the image of her marriage.
Inyama in her caption, explained bipolar disorder and poked holes in Faani's claims while calling on people to pray for the mother of three.
"Bipolar disorder is a Mental Health Condition. Used to be called Maniac Depression ...........It causes Extreme moods Swings....There are 4 major categories... Scientists believe that Bipolar is a result of complicated relationship between genetic and environmental factors. At what point did @chachaekefaani become Manic, has she ever attacked anyone? Her first video was calm. Women please stop being Ashamed of the situation, Don't bother about what people will say....Psychological abuse is horrible....What triggered this episode?? l thank God she's out of the hospital....Domestic violence/Abuse is not just Physical, there are Psychological, Financial, Sexual, Emotional........... She needs all our love & prayers."
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Meanwhile, Chacha’s brother, Ikechuckwu, has denied reports of his sister having bipolar disorder as was being pushed on social media. He added that he did not know how the video was made and asked why such information was posted without her consent.
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