Nkechi Blessing says slay queens can’t snap because they are in their real homes


The coronavirus pandemic has made  all over the world to stay at home so as to prevent further spread of the virus and a way to combat the deadly infection in those who have been affected.

In view of that Nollywood actress Nkechi Blessing Sunday seems to have made an observation.

The movie star took to her social media page to air her mind.


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Nkechi Blessing said that slay mamas cannot take photos again because they are in their real homes.

The actress said that slay queens have been told to take care of their homes before they come out to impress but they would not listen.

The film star said that now that the coronavirus disease has made everyone stay at home, slay queens cannot post photos anymore.

In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that BBNaija Nina used actress Nkechi Blessing’s broken relationship to give advice and she reacted.

Newly married BBNaija 2018 star, Nina, took to social media via her Instastory to react to the alleged failed relationship of actress, Nkechi Blessing Sunday and her man. In a now-deleted post on her page, Nina spoke on how relationships that were built on social media for validations do not last.

The young lady advised that couples should keep their relationship away from social media because people do not really care.

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Nina did this while sharing a screenshot of the news that Nkechi Blessing has split from her boyfriend, Mike Adeyemi.

Well, Nollywood actress Nkechi Blessing did not seem pleased that the news of her relationship was used as an example by BBNaija’s Nina and she also reacted on her social media page.

In a post shared on her Instagram story, Nkechi expressed disbelief that Nina would use her relationship as a reference.

She also promised to address the issue once she gets back from Atlanta.


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