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“Why I Was Banned From Posting My Children” – Dancer, Korra Obidi Opens Up (Video)



Korra Obidi Banned Posting Children

Popular Nigerian dancer, Korra Obidi, has finally revealed why she and her ex-husband, Justin Dean, have been banned from posting their children, June and Athena on social media.

It is worth recalling that a court in California, United States of America, recently barred the separated couple from posting pictures of their children on social media.

In a court document dated January 19, 2022, the former couple, who are parents to June Dean and Athena Dean, were barred from posting videos, photos, or live streams of their children or any content featuring their children on social media until further notice.

“Neither party may post any videos, photos or live-stream the minor children on any social media platform nor allow the minor children to appear in any picture, video or live-stream posted to any social media platform without further Court Order. Neither party may take video, photos or live stream any interaction between the parties in this matter until further Court Order.” The court order read in part.”

However, Korra Obidi eventually revealed the reason for the court order after a fan asked if Athena had started walking.

In response to the fan, Korra said that some people called child protection services multiple times from different parts of the world to complain against her whenever she posts her children.


She further added that no information about them will be shared on social media again until her children are of consent age.


In her words,

“Is Athena walking yet? You will never know, you will never know if she’s walking, you will never see her again because some of you were foolish enough to be calling from the UK calling child services 50 times.

“Now they have blocked you, you can’t see them anymore how does it feel to be a fool? You can’t see them anymore, they are gone. Out of the media eyes period.”

Watch her speak below,



Actor, Onny Michael Reacts To Wild Allegations Against Yul Edochie Over Son’s Death (Watch)



Onny Michael Reacts

Popular Nollywood actor, Onny Michael, has urged Nigerians to avoid insensitive comments about the loss of his colleague, Yul Edochie’s son, Kambilichukwu.

The tragic news of the death of Yul Edochie’s first son with his first wife, May, sparked a flurry of reactions on social media.

In the early hours of March 30th, 2023, reports circulated on social media that the 16-year-old boy had been rushed to the hospital after falling unconscious while playing football at school.

Many social media users accused Yul Edochie of being the cause of his child’s death because of his controversial second marriage to a colleague, Judy Austin.

In response, actor Onny Michael took to his official Instagram page to offer his condolences to the bereaved family and urged people not to connect the loss of a child to their parents’ past actions.


He further pleaded with Nigerians to show empathy and offer words of comfort to the grieving family at this difficult time.

He Wrote:

MAY the innocent soul of Kambilichukwu Yul Edochie rest in peace Amen @yuledochie,@mayyuledochie…Pls take heart and be strong the lord is your strength.. truthfully no parents deserve this…

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Actress Destiny Etiko Reacts To Online Trolling Directed Towards Yul Edochie Over His Son’s Death



Destiny Etiko Condemned Trolling

Nollywood actress, Destiny Etiko, has strongly condemned the online trolling directed towards her colleague, Yul Edochie, by some netizens, over the tragic death of his son, Kambilichukwu.

Kambilichukwu Edochie, who turned 16 years old on 4th January 2023, was said to have collapsed and had a seizure while playing football at school on Wednesday, March 29th. Unfortunately, the young boy was later pronounced dead at a hospital.

After Kambilichukwu’s death was reported on social media, some netizens flooded Yul Edochie’s comments section and blamed him for his son’s death, implying that his decision to have two wives led to the tragedy.

In response, Destiny Etiko took to her social media page to criticize the trolls for their lack of compassion and pointed out that now is not the right time to drag the actor.

She wrote:


“Someone just lost his child. And y’all are still trolling him. Haba Nigerians?? Haba…Total lack of empathy. This isn’t the time for this pls. We just lost a human and not a goat or chicken”.

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Nigerians Mourn The Death Of Yul Edochie’s Son

Some Nigerians on social media have taken to their respective social media platforms to mourn the sudden death of May and Yul Edochie’s son.

@Just_omacindy wrote: “Polygamy God forbid! See how tragedy has just become a thing in this once-happy home. God forbid polygamy.”

@Chantelarnold wrote: “You guys supporting Judy Austin, una do well oooo.”

@Vickiesneh wrote: “I really feel for May…someone that just lost her husband and now her first child, may God console her oo.” 


@Official_mercyobasi wrote: “This is painful.” infusion_lounge: “What a dreadful news. May God comfort Yul and May his wife. SMH ‍♀️

@Jecintaonyinyechi wrote: “In as much as I know death is inevitable but omg nothing good comes from polygamy rest well champion.”

@Tasha.naddy wrote: “God strengthen that woman she is been through a lot already ❤️.” 

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Gospel Singer, Mercy Chinwo Files N2 Billion Lawsuit Against Musician, Obidiz, For Using Her Name In A Secular Song



Mercy Chinwo Lawsuit Against Obidiz

Popular Nigerian gospel singer, Mercy Chinwo, has filed a lawsuit against the musician, Obidiz, for using her name in a secular song.

In the March 23, 2023 lawsuit, Mercy Chinwo accused Obidiz of the derogatory use of her name and photograph in secular audio and video music.

The song in question, titled “Mercy Chinwo,” was released in 2023 and tells the story of a wayward church girl.

“She dey share me the cake, but she no want commit. Mercy Chinwo for church, but for club na Cardi B sef”, the lyrics read in part.

Through her attorneys, the gospel artist, who has built a reputation for her powerful voice, inspirational lyrics, and unwavering commitment to her faith, ordered Obidiz to remove the song from all digital platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, Sound Cloud, and others.

He must apologize to Mercy Chinwo, both privately and on social media. If he fails to meet her demands, a lawsuit will ensue and he will be forced to pay Mercy Chinwo N2 billion in damages for the slanderous use of her name.


“That you immediately CEASE AND DESIST from any further use of the name and image of Our Client in promotion of your music.

4.2 That you take down or cause to be taken down, the song titled “Mercy Chinwo” which you published on be taken down immediately from all music digital platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, Sound Cloud and any other platform whereby you made such publication.

4.3 That you take down or cause to be taken down, the promotional video containing the image and clips of Our Client from all social media platforms including YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and any other social media platform where you made such promotion.

4.4 That you immediately make public an apology in writing, addressed to Our Client and publicized on all social media platforms whereby you express a retraction and remorse for the harassment, defamation of character and unauthorized use of Our Client’s name and image.” The suit read in part.


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