“I feed from here” – IVD replies Netizen who told him to respect his late wife, Bimbo


Ikechukwu Darry Ogbonna, better known as IVD, a controversial auto-dealer, has revealed why he can’t stop using social media after the death of his wife, Bimbo.

Creebhills reported on the 15th of October 2022 that Bimbo, IVD’s wife, died as a result of a series of misunderstandings that resulted in domestic violence.

Following his wife’s death, IVD fled and told his side of the story. He was later apprehended by police for questioning.

IVD appeared to have taken a break from social media in the days following his wife’s death.

He reversed his position and proved netizens wrong when he changed his Instagram profile picture to that of his late wife, Bimbo, and their children. IVD also deleted all of his Instagram posts, which is considered mourning.



He has since been active on social media, changed his profile picture to his own, and is going about his daily life.

In a new development, a concerned Nigerian took to the comment section of IVD post to advise him to quit social media in order to show remorse for the death of his late wife.

The netizen identified as Official Gabby wrote: “Sincerely think you need to reflect and at least have an atom of remorse on your late wife’s death. IVD reflect, the social publicity and stunt you so craving for isn’t actually what you need now”.

Replying to her, IVD who sparked dating rumours with self-acclaimed relationship expert, Blessing Okoro better known as Blessing CEO said: @official_gabby_nenye feed from here this is where my business stands thank you.

"I feed from here" – IVD replies Netizen who told him to respect his late wife, Bimbo



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