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She’s learning from you, fans tackle Mercy Aigbe over her daughter, Michelle’s recent post


Social media users have dragged Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe for complaining over her daughter, Michelle’s new photos shared on social media.

Michelle Gentry had taken to her official verified Instagram handle and shared some beautiful photos of herself in a body revealing dress.

Mercy Aigbe couldn’t just look the other way as she took to her Instagram handle as well and reposted one of the photos and complained about her dressing.

Sharing the photo, the Nigerian actress, director and businesswoman wrote;

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“Michelle, Michelle, Michelle @michelleio__ how many times did I call you… if I talk now @fhavor__ and @queendarerah will say but mummy we are adults… Anyway it’s the lip stain for me”.

See Instagram post below;

Her post garnered a lot of reactions from social media users. some of which agreed with Michelle as regards been an adult.

One Instagram user identified as @tijanitaofik said that her daughter was learning from her.

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In her words;

” learning from you madam”

See other reactions below;

@monexclosett wrote

“She is learning from her moma”

@bola_oymeel93 wrote

“Her mother’s daughter”

@fiestaholidaytravelandtour wrote

“She’s an Adult o, very Beautiful”

In other news, Afrobeat legend, Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti, popularly called Fela Anikulapo Kuti has taken over 16k vote lead in the race for the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The iconic singer who passed away on Aug. 2, 1997, who moved from the bottom of the poll to third behind veteran singer Tina Turner and Fod Fighters is currently number one with over 70k votes after Nigerians canvassed for support for the music icon on Twitter.

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Fela was nominated alongside JAY-Z, Dionne Warwick, Foo Fighters, The Go-Go’s, Iron Maiden, Carole King, Mary J. Blige, Tina Turner, LL Cool J, Chaka Khan, Todd Rundgren, Kate Bush, the New York Dolls, Devo and Rage Against the Machine.