Instagram takes down Blessing CEO’s account
Meta, the parent company of Instagram, Facebook, and WhatsApp, has removed the Instagram account of self-proclaimed relationship guru Blessing CEO.
During her live Instagram session, the account ‘Officialblessingceo’ was taken down to support her point about the innocence of celebrity auto dealer, Ikechukwu Darry Ogbonna, better known as IVD, in the death of his wife, Bimbo, due to domestic violence.
The mother of two created a new account and stated that her old one had been deleted, urging her fans to follow her new one. She bemoaned that Nigerians are dragging her from speaking the truth; she stated that the agony she felt over the page being removed will be used to finish everyone as she vowed.
“The family of late Bimbo is after IVDs properties and life. Especially her elder sister mamajazz. Bimbo and IVD are well known people in Lagos and it’s not a hidden fact that even in their estate that Bimbo is violent. Everybody knows how she breaks bottle on her husband’s head on a daily…. bimbo killed herself and has always wanted to kill herself right from childhood. Evidence loading.
“I will ask mamajazz the late bimbo’s sister few questions…. Where you in talking terms with your sister before died? Are you oweing your late sister 18 million? Did she block you before her death? Do you even like your sisters children?? Answers this question because I will slam the internet with raw fact and evidence.
I am stepping into the case as the official relationship therapist of IVD… will drop all the evidence that IVD did not kill his wife or even hurt her. The late Bimbo was the violent person and suicidal victim….
Blessing CEO added:
“Another evidence of IVD carrying his wife with his bear hands with fire burning him. It was IVD that took his wife to the swimming pool to quench the fire that his late wife lifted on her body with fuel… This man burnt himself to save her… evidence”.