Reality TV star Phyna recently took to her platform to address her feelings towards Big Brother all stars winner, Ilebaye.
It seems that behind the glamorous facade, there may be tension brewing between the two emerging stars.
Recently Phyna gave an unexpected response when an inquisitive fan asked her about her connection with IleBaye. “I thought I was,” she said, giving the impression that their friendship was not as strong as she had previously imagined.
The background around this revelation adds even more intrigue to it.
Recall that Phyna consistently encouraged and supported IleBaye to pursue her goal of earning the highly sought-after prize while she was in the Big Brother Naija house.
Following her exit from the show, rumors has it that IleBaye thanked Phyna profusely for her unwavering support during the competition.
But the reason for Phyna’s perception that she is not close to IleBaye remains a mystery, raising concerns among fans and netizens alike on the nature of their friendship and the degree of their relationship.
In recent development, Phyna defends controversial statement on Abortion amid heavy backlash
In a recent interview with popular media personality, Chude Jideonwo, the winner of Big Brother Naija ‘Level Up,’ Phyna, sparked a heated debate by boldly asserting that there is hardly any woman on Earth who hasn’t had an abortion.
Her admission about her own experience with abortion as a young woman sent shockwaves through social media and ignited a passionate discourse.
During the interview, Phyna defended her stance by explaining that, aside from virgins, almost all sexually active women have committed abortion in one form or another.
Phyna’s comments have since drawn mixed reactions from the public, with the majority criticizing her statements.
The controversial statement by the reality TV star has led to intense online discussions and debates, with many condemning her for making what they consider to be sweeping and insensitive generalizations about women.
Phyna, however, remains steadfast in her opinion and has taken to social media to defend her statement.
In response to the backlash, she labeled her critics as hypocrites and urged them to stop complaining.
She argued that any woman who has used emergency contraceptives to prevent an unwanted pregnancy has, in her eyes, committed abortion.