- Ifu Ennada believes her heartbreak from the past is the reason she has been unpleasant towards men
- According to the 2019 BBNaija star, she didn't get any closure from her first love who broke her heart two years ago
- The brand influencer and actress vowed to stop treating men badly both on and offline
Big Brother Naija reality star, Ifu Ennada, has promised to stop writing unpleasantly about men, explaining what pushed her to that point.
In a recent Instastory post, she opened up about her behaviour towards men and how a heartbreak from the past caused her to treat men poorly.
Ifu revealed that she got her heart broken by her first love two years ago. Apparently, he got married the same weekend they were supposed to meet up for some fun time.
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The reality star explained that she never got closure from the heartbreak and has carried that pain for long which has made her unavailable to a few good men.
Only a while ago, Ifu Ennada took to social media to rant about her personal life. In a series of posts which she shared on her Instagram story, the entrepreneur said she sometimes felt neglected by God and just needed him to remember her.
Ifu further stated that she had invested so much into her personal and business development this year, and she felt frustrated because God had the capacity to bless her, but he did not.
Daddy Freeze joined a host of people who reacted to the post by former the Big Brother Naija star in which she opened up about her life’s struggles.
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Freeze dedicated a post to her on Instagram in which he called her attention to some parts of the scriptures.
In his post, Freeze submitted that the reality star should understand that God’s blessing doesn’t always have to reflect materially. He also gave an example of Lazarus in the holy book.
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