Ike Comes Under Fire Over Instagram Live Video With Tacha
Ike Onyema, a former BBNaija housemate, has come under fire for his Instagram live video with Tacha. Tacha who is presently in Ghana to meet and greet her fans requested to be on Ike’s Instagram live video.
Now fans of Mercy are saying that Ike wouldn’t have allowed such an act when he is aware of the rivalry between Mercy and Tacha.
Fans have called him all manner of names from “cheat” to “F**k boy”.
Take a look at the video below:
Tacha was disqualified from BBNaija Season 4 after a fight with fellow housemate Mercy, who eventually won the show.
Since their exit, both housemates have since been bagging endorsements deals from notable brands.
However, fans of both camps have been seen on social media throwing jabs at each other and fueling what seems like a rivalry.
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Just last week, fashion vlogger and entrepreneur Toke Makinwa waded into the rift between fans of both ex-housemates. In her tweet, she advised that these fans should stop putting pressure on the reality TV stars.
Already, Mercy and Tacha are brand ambassadors of luxury human hair Royal Hairs. Also, they are both into a paid partnership with alcoholic beverage CIROC and have since been flaunting their customised CIROC bottles on social media.
Now fans of both housemates are at loggerheads on social media arguing over whose partnership is fake or real.
Maybe Ike felt it was harmless to accept Tacha’s request on his live video, and Mercy fans blew the whole scenario out of proportion.
In your opinion, who is at fault? Is it Ike for accepting Tacha’s request, or Tacha for coming on Ike’s video when she knows he is dating Mercy? Or is all of this a massive overreaction, possibly for publicity?
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