Popular Nigerian singer, Annjay Chioma has expressed her thoughts on the going age falsification trend by Nigeria celebrities.
This began with Mercy Eke, whose true age was discovered to be 32, not 29, as she had claimed, via her Voters Card.
In response, Annjay Chioma revealed on her Instagram page why she has stopped disclosing her true age.
“I stopped telling people my real age after I was bullied by my former boss. He called me stupid small rat to make my fellow female colleagues happy. This happened just because of little misunderstanding. I can’t forget that incidence so soon. This happened my years ago oh, but deep down it still hurts,” she wrote.
Prior to that Annjay Chioma had also weighed in weighed in on the second apology issued by Nigerian singer, Brymo who again bowed to pressure and tendered apology to the Igbos.
Brymo had apologized after thousands of Nigerians signed a petition to stop him from winning the All Africa Music Award where he was nominated in the ‘Songwriter of the Year’ category.
The singer had been under fire for stating that the Igbos are not ready to produce a Nigerian president.
He also urged the region to test the waters with the vice presidential slot before aiming for the presidency.
However, taking to his Twitter page hours ago, Brymo apologised to the Igbos.
He begged them to forgive his assertions that came across as bigoted spewings against the Igbo tribe.
Brymo stated that he didn’t mean to harm them hence, his apology.
“Forgive my assertions that came across as bigoted spewings against the Igbo tribe. I did not mean to do harm, I am sorry!!
He added, “My apologies are extended to all igbos that may not know too. I missed that cos I am deeply affected most around once I’m closer to. Do accept my sorry, I did not mean harm”.
Reacting to this, Annjay Chioma berated Brymo, she added that the apology is not coming from the heart.
“Brymo ya Apology is not straight from the heart… I am disappointed. You fell my hand. I swear”, she wrote.