- The young lady whose tattoo was rejected by Ka3na reportedly took a drastic step to save face
- The lady was said to have taken poison after she noted that she is would kill herself
- A video of the reality star's fan at the hospital was spotted on social media
The young lady that tattooed BBNaija Ka3na on her thigh has reportedly been hospitalised.
Gistlover shared a video of the lady on a hospital bed including some cryptic messages she also posted on her Instagram stories.
The young lady had written that she would kill herself as people won't stop blasting her for Ka3na's response to her tattoo.
Noting that she is tired and depressed, she then reportedly tried to kill herself by taking poison.
Thankfully, she seemed to have been found by someone who rushed her to the hospital where she is being taken care of.
Check the video out below:
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Kelly Hansome told Ka3na to apologise to the fan who tattooed her name on her thigh.
The singer stated that there is nothing wrong with someone tattooing the name of a celebrity they love on their body. The musician said Ka3na's response to the young fan could lead her into depression.
Hansome urged his followers to tag the girl if they know her, adding that he has nothing for her.
The entertainer said the reality star could even go on a date and make something great out of what happened. According to him, a celebrity is supposed to be a role model to his or her fans, not a bully to them.
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Sola Oloruni is a Legit.ng journalist with five years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, where she obtained a post-graduate diploma in 2015.
Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.