Weeks after the famous Nigerian music star became a blogger, Tunde Ednut’s popular Instagram page was banned, torrents of support have poured in demanding the return of the highly stimulating and richly entertaining page that was noted to have been flagged since December 22, 2020.
Jemiriye Adeniji, the United States-based Nigerian vocal powerhouse, has joined legendary music star Innocent Idibia (aka 2Baba), Ayo Makun, Daddy Freeze and a legion of other heavyweights from the world of music. show to attract the Instagram team and, at the same time, get the support of other shows. fans request a return to the page that was once a melting pot of the hottest events in Nigerian show business.
“It is understandable that there have been violations of the laws of Instagram, but I am lending my voice to TuBaba and those of AY, Daddy Freeze and the rest of my colleagues to ask for the return of that page. I’m doing this because I’m pretty sure Tunde Ednut wouldn’t have deliberately flouted Instagram’s rules. The page was for people like us, an eye through which we saw and followed the evolution of home entertainment in Nigeria. It also gave us the opportunity to know who and who is doing what in the United States, in addition to the medley of other content that has excited us in recent months… ”, they read in part the words of Jemiriye.
Tunde Ednut sadly has fellow travelers in Iyabo Ojo, Omo Butty, and Linda Ikeji whose pages had been banned at different times and they had to organically rebuild.
You may recall that the blogger once lost his 2.6 million verified page after an online user reported it as spam in 2018.
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