- Nollywood actor Mike Ezuruonye recently shared a tweet on social media
- Mike talked about how people will want to discredit a person who is rising
- The actor stated that such people do not know that the person rising has been approved by God
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Nollywood actor Mike Ezuruonye has taken to his official Twitter page to speak on people who discredit others not knowing that they have been approved by God.
The actor's tweet may have come after he was accused of online romance fraud by a woman in the United Kingdom called Sandra Seaton.
Sandra accused the actor of asking her for money after she fell in love with him. She also stated that he almost got her into a money-laundering scam while also blackmailing his victims.
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Meanwhile, the actor has, on many occasions, warned his fans and followers against falling for impostors who use his name to scam their unsuspecting victims.
While Mike did not refute the claims of the woman, he just shared a simple message.
According to him, as a person rises, many people will try to discredit them not knowing that they have been already approved by God.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ezuruonye shaded someone who owned a G-wagon but was squatting with friends.
While the Nollywood actor did not mention names, the film star noted that someone bought a G-wagon even though that person is currently not living in their own house.
According to him, this person is squatting with someone while impressing the whole of Lagos with his new acquisition.
Mike revealed that this same person now needs relief materials. According to the actor, living and maintaining a fake life is expensive.
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