- Controversial blogger Tunde Ednut has opened a new Instagram page
- The blogger managed to hit 500K followers within four hours of opening the new page
- Ednut has also promised fans several incentives in a bid to grow the followership of his new page
Controversial celebrity blogger Tunde Ednut has been forced to open a new Instagram page after losing his former verified account to a ban issued by the social media app.
The blogger shared fresh posts on his new page on Sunday, January 10, with a caption noting that he is back.
Similarly, Ednut shared videos from colleagues Don Jazzy, Nkechi Blessing among others who called on their fans to follow his new page.
Check out the posts below:
Interestingly, the blogger who had about two million followers on his page seems determined to grow the followership of his new page by every possible means.
Ednut managed to hit 500k followers just within four hours of opening the new page and promised to give out the sum of a million naira and a car to two lucky fans.
"Will choose winner for the 1 million naira when everyone wakes up. Thanks guys. E choke theeeeeeeeeeeeeeem. Someone is gonna be a millionaire tomorrow."
See his post below:
In a different post, the blogger lashed out at those who showed fake love to him during his social media hiatus.
See post below:
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Fans have also expressed excitement at the return of the blogger. Read some comments sighted on his page below:
"I can assure that in 3weeks he will hit 1M followers again ... welcome back Ekun."
"Ehhhhhhhh God...some people will have sleepless nights today."
"Welcome bro!! What doesnt kill u makes u stronger."
"Everybody don miss Tundeednut."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Tunde Ednut lost his Instagram in December 2020.
The page was allegedly deleted by Instagram after it was reported as spam by an internet user since 2018. Tunde’s online rival, Speed Darlington, took to social media to react to the news.
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