- Controversial Nollywood actor, Uche Maduagwu, is back with a topic that got people laughing on social media
- The actor called on singer Iyanya to go and meet his ex-lover, Yvonne Nelson, and apologise to her if he really desires to thrive in his music career
- Uche noted that Yvonne has anointing in her that can make Iyanya successful
- The young man also passed a slight dig at Blessing CEO and her career, which he said was bending to one side
Actor Uche Maduagwu is back dropping controversial statements online after making a call to Iyanya about things to do to boost his chances of winning international music awards.
Uche revisited Iyanya's relationship with Yvonne Nelson and advised him to return to the Ghanaian actress if he wants to win a Grammy award in the future.
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The actor noted that Yvonne has an anointing in her, and Iyanya should tap into it.
According to him:
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"Jesus has given her anointing to make you win big international music awards with a single prayer for you. Go and ask genuine prophets and they will tell you this."
He also shaded Blessing CEO and her career.
Check out his post below:
Nigerians react to Uche Maduagwu's post about Iyanya
Social media users across the country have reacted differently to Uche Maduagwu's post advising Iyanya to apologise to Yvonne Nelson.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments below:
"Blessing Ikebe don suffer for your hand."
"You and dis blessing ikebe self."
"Which kain dead topic you wake so? I'm sure Iyanya and Yvonne have forgotten that they dated each other, naso e cheap to win Grammy?"
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"I love the new Iyanya's song, it is a hit track."
Uche Maduagwu questions source of actresses' wealth
Legit.ng previously reported that Uche Maduagwu made some allegations against actresses in the movie industry.
The actor said he was at a movie shoot where two female stars were fighting over the source of N130 million.
Maduagwu claimed governors and married wealthy men were the ones sponsoring many of the actresses who show off online. Nigerians reacted differently to the controversial post about his female colleagues.