VeryDarkman’s Controversial Remark about Actress Iyabo Ojo

VeryDarkman’s Subtle Shade

Controversial social media commentator VeryDarkman has stirred the pot once again by making a subtle but contentious comment about Nigerian actress Iyabo Ojo.

Iyabo Ojo’s Self-Praise

The incident unfolded after Iyabo Ojo posted stunning photos of herself on her social media, referring to herself as the “Queen Mother.” In her post, she encouraged her followers to stay true to themselves, emphasizing her self-proclaimed regal status.

VeryDarkman’s Response

Shortly after Iyabo Ojo’s self-praising post, VeryDarkman took to his Instagram story to share his thoughts on the matter. In his statement, he referred to Iyabo Ojo as a ‘hoe,’ which ignited controversy and discussions on social media.

Addressing Blackmail and Perception

In his Instagram story, VeryDarkman discussed being blackmailed but not yielding to the pressure. He expressed his confidence in his own perceptions and beliefs, stating that no one can counsel him regarding the opinions he holds.

A Bold and Unapologetic Stand

VeryDarkman’s statement not only targeted Iyabo Ojo but also showcased his unapologetic and assertive approach to his online presence. He compared himself to gossip outlets, emphasizing his lack of sensitivity and sentimentality.

He wrote, “Your queen mother is a hoe, she knows. They wouldn’t have blackmailed me. I told them I am 10x more deadly than their gistlovers, they have feelings, I don’t, they are sensitive, I am not.

They are sentimental, I am not. Lastly, you can’t control a man if you don’t pay his bills, they play in gutters, and I don’t like gutters. It doesn’t stink enough. I love the shit, it’s more smelly. I love the shit and I will eat it with bread. Nobody can cancel me”.

The Unconventional Approach

This incident highlights the unconventional and bold style of social media commentary that figures like VeryDarkman employ to garner attention and express their opinions. It also underscores the potential for controversy and backlash in the world of online commentary.

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