Relationship blogger, Blessing Okoro, and businessman, Onye Eze, have finally come together to put fans at ease concerning the house dispute.
In a video released by Blessing and which has since gone viral, an elderly man was seen explaining that Blessing's house is different from the businessman's house but they bear a striking resemblance.
Onye Eze looked like he didn't even want to be there. It seemed he was either dragged or bribed to make the video, because he barely talked and looked disinterested. Blessing happily explained that the houses were different and the video of her arrest wasn't as serious as it looked to the public.
Many are tired of the blogger dragging this issue continuously, as it has become obvious she is only doing this to gain more visitors on her online platforms. The blogger is milking the situation while celebrating the fact that her relevance on social media has grown.
In a recent video, she finally admitted that the dispute between herself and Onye Eze gave her the recognition she most desired for many years from bigger brands like Linda Ikeji and Betty Irabor, the CEO of Genevieve Magazine, among others.
Although most of her fans, who are quite gullible, have swept the matter under a rock, the question still remains: Is Blessing Okoro truly building a house? If the answer is in the positive? Why has she refused to show a glimpse of this "mystery" mansion to her fans in order to save her image once and for all?