Nathaniel Bassey’s Petition: Netizens Who Claimed Singer Fathered Mercy Chinwo’s Son React

Nathaniel Bassey’s Petition: Netizens Who Claimed Singer Fathered Mercy Chinwo’s Son React

  • One of the netizens who was named in a petition submitted by Nathaniel Bassey to the police apologised to the singer and Mercy Chinwo
  • In a viral post on Facebook, the man had questioned the paternity of Mercy Chinwo's son, claiming Nathaniel was the father
  • Another netizen, who was mentioned in the petition, has also issued an apology to the gospel singers
  • In a chat with, Spiricoco, a Christian influencer, said it was morally right for Nathaniel Bassey to sue over allegations made against his person

A Facebook troll, Okoronkwo Ejike, who was named in a recent petition by Nathaniel Bassey, has left people talking over his apology to the gospel singer, his colleague Mercy Chinwo and her husband, Pastor Blessed.

Ejike had gone viral on Facebook and other social media platforms with a post of him questioning the paternity of Mercy's son, Charis.

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Nathaniel Bassey has taken action against those who said he fathered Mercy's child. Credit: @nathanielblow @mercychinwo
Source: Instagram

He claimed the baby looked exactly like Nathaniel Bassey, adding that the child belonged to the singer and no one could tell him otherwise.

Ejike further alleged the possibility of a romantic affair between Nathaniel and Mercy Chinwo.

Apologising to the gospel singer, Ejike wrote:

“I hereby tender an unreserved apology to Mercy Chinwo, Nathaniel Bassey and Pastor Blessed for my take on the striking resemblance of Pastor Blessed’s baby. And to everyone who got hurt over my post, I’m deeply very sorry. Love and light for Cosmic positive vibrations, Shalom.”

There are reports he has since taken down his Facebook page.

Another troll releases disclaimer

DJ Spoilt Kid, who was also named in a petition, issued a disclaimer on Wednesday, April 3, as he stated he was not the originator of the claim against Nathaniel and Mercy.

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"I deeply regret any unintended implication or harm that may have arisen from the retweet," he wrote in part.

Netizens react as trolls apologise to Nathaniel Bassey

Read the comment below:


"You’re still putting striking resemblance. You will go to jail!"


"Apology rejected in Iya Barakat’s voice. See you in court."


"It’s so easy too say sorry Abi … u must dance too this song."


"You go carry love and light enter cosmic kirikiri. Tomorrow, if you see vibes you go run."

It is a moral judgement - Spiricoco

According to the Christian influencer, Nathaniel Bassey didn't take laws into his own hands but took legal action, which is morally right.

Nathaniel Bassey can forgive the trolls, and the government authority can still take its course.

Mercy Chinwo shows glimpse of newborn recalls reporting that Chinwo and her husband, Pastor Blessed Uzochikwa, returned to Nigeria with their newborn son.

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The gospel singer's husband, who was with his son, was happy to say he was the father of the newborn.


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