Eniola Badmus replies follower who told her to stop posting 'photoshopped' pics
- A follower called Oluwafemi Olamide told actress Eniola Badmus that she sometimes looks big and thin in her photos
- This was after the movie star shared two beautiful photos of herself on social media
- Eniola asked Olamide to watch his life but he fired back at her
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Nigerian actress Eniola Badmus recently took to her official Instagram page to share beautiful photos of herself.
The photos showed that the actress had slimmed down as she posed in a white T-shirt and a pair of blue jeans for the camera.
The actress has been doing a lot to work on her weight and she shares photos of herself at the gym with her fans and followers.
The new photos seem to be a way for the movie star to show her progress.
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According to the film star, she is good in her own lane and that is why people call her senator Badoskky.
Nigerians had beautiful things to say to the actress as many complimented her new look.
However, amidst the comments is one from a follower called Oluwafemi Olamide. According to Olamide, the actress' photos sometimes showed that she has slimmed down and at other times, she still looked fat.
Reacting to the follower's comment, the film star told Olamide to watch his life and not her. She went on to tell him that there is a lot to change about his destiny.
Olamide didn't let Eniola have the last say as he told the actress that he is telling her the truth.
Olamide then told Eniola to stop posting photoshopped pictures.
See their conversation below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Eniola Badmus cried out after she got N1m credit alert from an unidentified person.
The Nollywood actress noted that she had been getting a lot of unsolicited credit alerts. She said it started happening after her account number was exposed on the internet.
Badmus in her post called on the individual who sent the sum of N1m to indicate or send a personal message to her.
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