- Popular Nigerian singer turned blogger, Tunde Ednut, is back on Instagram after his former page was pulled down
- Few hours after announcing his come back, he blocked popular comedian, Mr Macaroni for advising him
- Ednut also deleted Macaroni’s welcome back video on his page
Controversial Nigerian music star turned blogger, Tunde Ednut, is finally back on Instagram with a new page after losing his 2.6 million followers verified page which was reported as spam by an online user since 2018.
The blogger who is known for his bluntness was welcomed back on the platform by different fans and celebrities, one of them was popular comedian, Mr Macaroni.
According to reports obtained from Ijeomadaisy on Instagram, Macaroni decided to follow up with words of advice to the blogger, perhaps to avoid a repetition of what happened.
Mr Macaroni advised the blogger to be nicer with his words and let love lead as everyone needed it.
Ednut slammed the comedian with the block button instead, and also deleted the video where he urged fans to follow his new page.
The action generated comments from Nigerians with most of them agreeing the comedian did not cross any line.
"Short people and pride, smh."
"Tunde will still get deleted again. He lacks morals. Expecting anything different from him will only disappoint you."
"Lol I actually saw this and am like Tunde will block this man. Lol, nobody loves the truth, na those ones wey dey lie for am he go like ."
"Tunde is very petty and will never learn. Same behaviour affected his career. Unfortunately, we all love the hype."
"Tunderdnut is such a child.. probably because he's short."
In other news about the blogger, Legit.ng earlier reported that Tunde Ednut was forced to open a new Instagram page after losing his former verified account to a ban issued by the social media app.
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.
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