“Don’t advertise your husband online” – Kemi Olunloyo warns Blessing Okoro (Video)

Self-acclaimed investigative journalist Kemi Olunloyo has issued a stern warning to relationship expert Blessing Okoro as he urges her to take her husband’s identity off social media.



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Blessing Okoro in the past few days has been advising her fans and followers on social media concerning their relationship as they all anticipate another valentine’s day.

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Though some of her comments on relationship has attracted some trolls on her page, the beautiful screen diva has continue dishing out advises to those who are interested.

The beautiful mother of two have now been warn on the main reasons why she should not flaunt her husband on the internet by Kemi Olunloyo who have been consistent in stating that marriage is a scam.

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Kemi Olunloyo noted that Blessing Okoro should not flaunt her husband on the internet as this may lead to side chicks taking his picture to herbalist.

The controversial journalist in her words said:

Don’t ever advertise your boyfriend or husband 0nline. They’re many females waiting in his DMs. Ready to take your husband’s name to babalawo”

See video below:

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