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“I get money to waste this period” – Nkechi Blessing’s lover calls out VeryDarkman, vows to drag him to court


Nkechi Blessing's boyfriend defends actress amid skincare brand controversyPopular Nollywood actress Nkechi Blessing and allegations concerning a skincare brand promotion without a NAFDAC number, her young lover, known as Xxssive, has taken a firm stance to defend his partner.

The drama ignited when an individual known as VeryDarkman accused Nkechi Blessing of endorsing a skincare brand lacking the necessary NAFDAC approval.

Nkechi Blessing's boyfriend defends actress amid skincare brand controversy
A photo of Nkechi Blessing alongside her boyfriend, Xxssive.

The actress vehemently responded to these accusations on her social media platforms, expressing her frustration and defending her reputation.

However, the situation escalated when VeryDarkman retaliated with threats to jeopardize Nkechi Blessing’s ability to travel to the United States.

In response, Xxssive, the actress’s boyfriend, entered the fray, taking to a live video session to deliver a stern warning to VeryDarkman.

Xxssive asserted his readiness to pursue legal action against VeryDarkman.

He emphasized his financial and time commitment to ensuring justice prevails.

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In related story, Nollywood actress Nkechi Blessing found herself at odds with a content creator known as VeryDarkMan.

The dispute stemmed from allegations that Nkechi Blessing had been promoting a skincare brand without a NAFDAC (National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control) number, and it quickly escalated into a public spat.

The controversy began when an Instagram user raised concerns about a skincare product that Nkechi Blessing had endorsed on her platform.

The user specifically mentioned VeryDarkMan, who had previously gained recognition for exposing a skincare brand lacking a NAFDAC registration.

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