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Busted! Halima Abubakar Caught Commenting On Her Page

Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, was caught commenting on her own page like an adoring fan because she forgot to switch accounts

Pearl Emmanuel

Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, has been caught commenting on her own Instagram post after forgetting to switch accounts.

Clearly, her popularity or rather notoriety as a ‘nollywood sex goddess’ is fading, and the actress would do anything to revisit her glory days of being in the news.

Halima Abubakar used to be a trending topic on blogs in the early 2000's for her sex appeal in Nollywood movies. She also used to be one of the biggest girls in the industry with opportunities and was best friends with actress, Tonto Dikeh, before they allegedly fought over a billionaire.

The latter reunited with her and they rekindled their friendship which lasted only a few months before they parted ways again due to irreconcilable differences.

Since the relationship between Halima and Tonto ended, the actress has sought endlessly for fame to no avail. She has tried in the past to pull publicity stunts but they were all watered down.

Recently, the actress took to Juliet Ibrahim's page to troll her for her post.

Now the actress has posted a picture of herself with a caption encouraging love. She then went to the comment section to drop comments on her own post showering love and praises on herself.

Although it is unusual for celebrities to run their own fan pages, many celebrities in Nigeria have been known to do this. It has, in fact, become a common practice. Halima Abubakar, forgetting that she was using her personal account, commented on her own post.

Busted! Halima Abubakar Caught Commenting On Her Page

Fans have found her action hilarious, while others think that she is merely seeking attention and could care less. Most Nigerians are just eager to know the final results of the presidential election.