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Oluwo Of Iwo’s Ex Wife Shades Him, Blames His Coronavirus Video On Mental Illness And Hard Drugs

The Ex-wife of Oluwo of Iwo, Chanel chin, has called him out for his viral coronavirus video.

Chanel chin, the ex wife of the Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi has blamed to his viral coronavirus video on mental illness and hard drugs.

While sitting on his throne, the traditional ruler said a prayer regarding coronavirus, and asked that the virus should come to him and leave the rest of the world alone.

“I’m not king, God is King. You created everything. I surrender my body to the disease, let it abide in me and free the rest of the world” the controversial monarch had said.

In an obvious reaction to the video, Chanel Chin, in a social media post blamed the Oba’s act on mental illness. Her post read;

“Mental illness is no laughing matter. It is not a thing to joke or play with. They have used mouth to command Baba Corona 2 come visit dem. If person should fall sick they now shout “My wife try to kill me”. I don tire. Don’t tag me. #SayNoToDrugs #RoyalColorado #RoyalKush #RoyalMostHighGeng.”

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  1. Seyi Bankole

    April 1, 2020 at 2:53 pm

    May God never allow me to fall in love with a Nigerian woman. 🙏Nigeria women I am not condemning you people o! You people are wonderful people

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