Cindy Okafor won her stay in the Big Brother house when she sold a story to the world that she was a helpless, struggling entrepreneur with so many talents.
As is typical of Nigerians, we love to help uplift our own. Laura Ikeji swung into action, took it upon herself to ensure Cindy lasted until the penultimate week.
Upon her exit from the house, she received overwhelming love from fans and cash gifts, much to her surprise.
Most of the brands who reached out to Cindy, did so out of the love they had for her after watching her on the reality show.
According to news making the rounds, business owners who are mostly into female fashion items reached out to Cindy and gifted her some clothes with the agreement that she tags their brands on social media.
Cindy reportedly went ahead to post pictures of herself in their outfits without keeping her side of the bargain by tagging them, and these business owners have refused to take this breach lying low.
Be Unique, a budding online store, and other sellers of female fashion items, have called out Cindy for being ungrateful and disloyal.
They explained that she took their clothes for free, without tagging them, and refused to return their calls or messages.
When they called her out for trying to play a fast one on them, Cindy only tagged them ungrateful and even promised to take them to court for defamation of character.
These business owners are more than happy to see Cindy in court and countersue her for breach of contract.
The online fight has continued to grow messy and fans are dragging Cindy, asking her to apologise or work it out amicably with these business owners.