Ifuennada Says She’s Tired Of Women Linking Her Success To Men
The reality personality says that DJ Kaywise had nothing to do with her vacation to the Maldives.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Ifuennada of Big Brother Naija has expressed her frustration with others, particularly women, attempting to link her success to males.
On Thursday, November 25, 2021, the actress turned reality TV personality made the statement via her Instagram Stories.
“I understand some girls have to do Ashawo work before they can pay their bills or afford certain things, but there are girls like me who work extremely hard to get everything they want,” she wrote.
“I’m sick and tired of people especially ladies trying to tie my success to a man. No man has ever paid my bills. I’m not that type of girl. I like to do my shit myself to avoid disrespect from anyone.”
“Please stop giving glory to men for my life. Give glory to God.”
The actress also debunked rumors that her recent trip to the Maldives was paid for by famed radio jockey Kaywise.
Ifuennada claims she has never met the DJ in person.
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