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Thursday, 19 January 2017

Drama On Mercy Aigbe's IG Handle...

There is some kind of drama going on .....This lovely top Actress Mercy Aigbe had on in this photo is causing some kind of brouhaha..Read and advice who needs to be advised....








Here's the Story

Hephzibah Funmi Akin-Ajayi @phoonmy_afrika
wrote:

I'm hurt now o.
Sometimes late last year, Mercy Aigbe Gentry had an agreement with me through another actress to wear one of our shirts and give the credit to us on social media.
She sounded so sweet on phone on that day.
Yesterday, she wore it and didn't do as agreed.
I even saw it on Valerie' facebook group.
So I sent her messages on instagram asking her to do as agree and she apologised saying that she'll fix it.

Today, she blocked me on Instagram, deleted our messages and then gave the credit to another fashion designer.

Can you imagine?
She mentiomed the skirt designer but didn't mention mine.
This Top ... she didn't pay a dime for it.

I contacted our link and she told me Mercy said that she could return the shirt.
I asked her to return it sharp sharp and she said she's not even returning again that I should do my worst!
Imagine!

Now Funmi's friends have done all possible to nicely reach out to Mercy Aigbe Gentry on Ig, asking her to credit the REAL MAKER of the FREE shirt she was wearing but instead, she went on a deleting spree, blocking all who called her out to do the RIGHT THING.
Attached are some of the comments nicely asking MAG to do the needful but she wouldn't let them see the light of day.

Mercy ... She whom the gods will kill, they will first of first make mad, retrace your steps and do the right thing now.

Have you heard about ...
Women Loving Women
Women Supporting Women
Women Encouraging Women
Women Building up Women
Women Advertising Women
Women Standing up for Women.

Return the Shirt Aunty, We will dryclean it and give or sell it to a worthy person. We are not even giving you again.

#MercyIwannabelong
#MercyWannabe
#Merciless









159 comments:

  1. These yeyebrities keep fronting on the gram with free clothes
    Also heard Toke doesn't pay for most of the clothes she slays on

    What kind of life is that?
    I don't envy them.

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    1. It's called celebrity endorsement

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    2. Yea thats wat most of them re into but its not so hard 2 gove credit to d designer. I just tire 4 dis people.

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    3. I also heard about Toke not paying for the clothes she wears.
      Thought the babe was lying.

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    4. Envy gini
      They sabi live fake lives ehn

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    5. Give honour to whom honour is due. Bigger celebrities home and abroad have worn clothes made by regular people, and credited them. It isn't about who made it, it is how well it was made. Do the right thing madam mercy.

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    6. Most of our yeyebrities lack common sense and think the world revolves around them....RUBBISH

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    7. You claim to be nollywoods best dresed, slay mama yet you are wearing free clothes without acknowledging the designers. Weh done ma! #childish

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    8. An agreement is an agreement, what Mercy did was wrong and disrespectful. The designer should also learn to be diplomatic in situations like this.

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    9. Calling her out this way has not helped their brand. Two wrongs do not make a right. Mercy was wrong but the designer too.

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    10. Now I know they don't buy all these clothes I have been wondering how they spend so much on outfits

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    11. Tooorr.. Mercy did wrong, but the shirt maker should chill na. I know it's painful when the credits due your hard work is being diverted, it can be infuriating.

      But let's think about it, what would it cost mercy to advertise them as she did the skirt maker, if their approach wasn't rude? Uhm? From what I can see here, the shirt maker seems like a trouble maker who thinks that by calling mercy out she'd be known. She shouldn't have embarrassed her na. We all know she can afford the shirt.

      Fine, mercy agreed to model their shirt, hence it was given her free of charge. That's the practice with celebs worldwide, you give them your merchandise for free and u get recognized. So Mercy here didn't keep to the rules of the game..no doubt.. But I think the shirt maker is too jumpy. Na my own be dat eh.

      OK bye

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    12. Exactly Sisi Eko, you mirrored my thoughts. If she didn't give credit to either of them then I will fault her completely. What did tsmartcouture do differently? Funmis side of the story sounded too simple and one sided. Why did mercy give credit to the skirt maker? I think there is more to this.
      Then you have to jump in and start calling her names that's totally bad. If someone breaches a contract, then go about it legally. Mercy didn't tarnish their brand, she just didn't promote it but they had done a smear campaign on MAG. Whatever, if someone does something as grevious as killing your child, hurt cannot make it right to kill them also. Justice might take time to be served but it will be done. Now they have played God, what next? Other celebs will boycott them sharp sharp, it is a two way thing.

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    13. Sisi Eko do a research on the shirt owner. She isn't a trouble maker or one who would like to seek cheap popularity.And my friend wasn't too jumpy plssss

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    14. Sisi, na where your comment de sweet me be this.
      You nailed it. My exact thoughts, I have nothing to add.

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    15. What now makes the designer different from the names she called mercy.
      Women pulling down women, you just did the same thing.
      I belong, that same thing made you desperately give out your work for free, just to belong.
      If it were a normal person like me, will you even give me a discount?
      Mercy, we await your robust reply. I was wondering why the designer didn't share the "polite messages" dats what they always do, could that be where the problem lies? Na wah!
      I remember how we judged Tontoh until Dencia fell into the same pit the girl almost blackmailed tonto into.

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    16. Gbam!!!!! Sis Eko... I thought I was strange to have had the same thoughts as you. I fear who no fear this designer. Cos she wld disgrace you if you mistakegly owe her debt. I am not mercy but who knows how the woman went about it. She for truly post the chat wey mercy delete. Mercy please next time do the right thing and give credit to the designer even if you pay for it. Help small business grow.

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    17. @Sisi Eko....
      Let's break this down together.

      1 - The shirt maker chillingly contacted her when she saw the credits. She didn't make any troubles

      2 - The shirt maker couldn't have been rude to get Mercy's attention, enough for her to say 'She'll do the right thing and tag Funmi'

      3 - The shirt maker is well known and NEVER a trouble maker. Tested and Trusted. You don't know her, do you?
      We know her and that's why we are pained.

      4 - Mercy asked for the embarrassment. She went ahead to DELETE AND BLOCK THE SHIRT MAKER, Why????? If the shirt maker reached out to Mercy without informing the Social Media world, why can't Mercy reach out to her also in a matured way? That is what I call BALANCE.

      5 - There was an agreement, things happen and the arrangements may change but there's a commonsensical way of doing things if your motives and intents are pure and genuine.

      6 - We all know she can afford the shirt, where is her Milk of kindness? Does any ever flow from her breast? The shirt maker is not begging bread or even begging for you to buy it. Wear it, tag me, promote my business and let me sew more and make a decent living.
      *****Wickedness is when you can afford it but killing the shine of an entrepreneur who made and gave you freely to wear in exchange for an endorsement*****
      SIMPLE TAG O.

      7 - Define Jumpy and I'll be able to respond to that point.

      Finally ... until we start to hold people accountable for their wrong doings and binning sentiments, we will never make a headway in having a sane society.

      Regards

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    18. Thank you @Jummy. From what I read up there, I didnt see where the shirtmaker was jumpy. But Mercy has always been an arrogant one when things dont go her way. Every one cant famz her naa. She should just do the needful and spare herself the embarrassment.

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    19. Some of you people are getting it all wrong though. It is the normal practice all over the world for designers and even manufacturers to give well known celebrities their clothes and products free of charge to wear or use in public. All the clothes J-lo, Jennifer Aniston, Lupita, Rihanna etc wear to awards are usually given to them free of charge to give those designers more publicity. Sometimes, several designers would be competing with one another to get 1 celebrity to pick their dress over others and thereby leaving the celebrity with wardrobe full of unworn free clothes after making their choice. Manufacturers of gadgets etc also do the same and the celebrities would be papped using their gadgets which would attract the curiosity of their fans and thereby earn the manufacturers more publicity and sales of their products.

      So what MAG did by wearing free clothes is not an awoof move, it comes with her territory. Also what the designer did by giving her clothes free of charge was not a desperate move either. It's actually a very smart move.

      Now, I think MAG should have given props to the designer after wearing her clothes especially per agreement and irrespective of the misunderstanding, an agreement is an agreement. It wouldn't have cost her anything to do that. But it looks like there's more to the story for her to purposely ignore the shirt designer and only give props to the skirt designer. I don't care what her friends are trying to say or what picture they're trying to paint here but there's more to the story that they're not telling us. Something definitely transpired that made things sour. It could have been strong head or bruised ego on Mercy's part that got her to act the way she did but y'all can't tell me she just switched for no reason. It could have even been misunderstanding on both part, wrong attitude etc.

      Also, phoonmy's friends they are trying to defend her. You probably know what exactly transpired and you want to stick up for your friend because you'll always have your friend's back and see things from her point of view. That's very well and commendable of you guys. But if you want the best for her, you would think outside the box, drop the emotional hat and put on the business hat. The whole thing is more tarnishing to her brand than it is to MAG. The worst for mag is that people who are not familiar with the way things work would see her as someone who wears awoof but her endorsements, business, acting career etc would not be affected. On the other hand, your friend is not that known yet, this being her introduction to a wide audience of potential clients is brand-damaging. You people know your friend very well and can vouch for her but for everyone else, this drama is their first impression of her. It'll discourage people from patronizing her. You gouts could have gone about this a completely different way.

      Since you've all refused to tell us what exactly caused the misunderstanding and change of heart/attitude, at least to get her to still keep to her own end of the bargain. Instead of tweeting at her to give props, you could have innocently commented that the outfit looks good on her and asked her who designed it like curious fans. You could have copied the pic and tagged your friend. (I'm not too familiar with social media especially tweeter/instagram) If she has other celeb friends/clients as you commented above that she's well-known, she could have them ask questions and put indirect pressure on Mercy or even enlist the help of you- her friends to make comments asking who designed the clothes etc (not sure what the culture is amongst fans and celebs in Nigeria) but you could curve things to her advantage somehow without denting the shirt maker's image in the process and once she gets her positive publicity and more clients, she can cut ties with mercy asap since their personalities don't seem to jell.

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    20. Once she makes a big name for herself, she can then start doing all this that you're doing. Now is not the stage for this kind of thing. Prioritize your battles abeg. There's time for everything...... The Long Epistler. Lol

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    21. Imagine the long epistle! I was reading it, fell asleep, woke up and still had not finished it. Abeg me essay?

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  2. You had a deal Mercy, why didn't you stick to it, how can you wear someone's design free of charge without mentioning them, you would rather famz big names which isn't free btw, rubbish!

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    1. These 'call outs'have ended up advertising the shirt 😊😊

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    2. Pipi, the shirt designer sounds very unprofessional and rude.
      Mercy isn't stupid, something must have motivated her 'nastiness' towards the designer afterall she gave credits to the skirt designer so what's the big deal in doing so to the shirt designer? Yes, Mercy was wrong not to give credit at the tail end but same time business owners should learn to be diplomatic with their clients not throw words carelessly like touts

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    3. Bloggie, she was rude and uncouth, I agree and not professional; but, Mercy should have paid immediately for the shirt when this came up and not let it linger, pay for it and do not bother about giving credits.
      If they are wearing major brands, they do not forget to give credits. This shirt was given to her last year, the designer must have been waiting to see it on her page since forever, then, she finally sees it through another page, no credit given, goes to Mercy's page, still no credit, reminds her about the deal, she got blocked...no no no, nobody will take that lightly.
      I'm very sure Mercy didn't forget, even if she forgot while posting, she should have remembered immediately after it got posted and edited.

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    1. When I saw the pic, I even thought it was about people saying Mercy was pregnant or something........ Just Saying

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  4. Mercy strikes me as a low Class wanna be chic. All this girls that swore while growing up to show their village people shege. Mercy aigbe pls give credit to the designer. Don't be a bad person pls.

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    1. Strikes you? 😂 Me she 'shows me' that she is. I don't know. Since that jalabia issue I just don't 'yakk' her. Stella see the disadvantage of falling in love with you? 😂😂

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    2. Her boutique nko..u need to see how dey talk to ppl..like dey r doin u a favour sellin to u

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    3. Hehe. Na now you know? E don tey naa. These na mgbekes feeling funky chicks. And funny enough,na dem rude die. I cant forget the display when she wore one jean gown and wore some native beads on her neck and she fought the people telling her to remove the necklace. She and her razz friends that litter London. I quickly unfollowed her oh.

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  5. What's the biggie in giving credit to the designer na?
    Mercy please do the right thing

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    1. What's the biggie you said? She agreed to do it why now renege on it.

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    2. Mercy Aigbe, why? What's the biggie there to just give credit?

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    3. This shirt maker and her friends are very rude. Block all of them and never deal with them again

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  6. Mercy Aigbe well done oh. This is how people use their hand to plot their downfall

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  7. If this is true, then I'm disappointed. I hate petty people, give credit to whom it is due to, it's not that hard

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    1. Mercy is Sure a fake bitch. No doubt she's a bad mother too

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    2. And you are Mary,the mother of Jesus. Are you her child?

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  8. what so difficult in giving credit to someone who made your shirt on social media.smh for some people that call themselves celebrity.

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  9. This actresses self...their forming no hold water sef.

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  10. I just hate the way some celebrity behave. Fake asses

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  11. That's too bad. if its true tho. Have always looked up to Mercy as a role model.
    Not cool at all

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    1. With those her Camden Town jelly boots? Oh plix! ✋

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    2. Calm down chikito, you too may be great one day.

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  12. Na wah o! To what end, bikonu?

    And the tsmart allowed this? Or did they connive to do this?

    If this really happened, then it's a very wicked thing on Mercy's part. Pulling your fellow woman down. Not fair.

    Let's wait for a video of her holding the blouse and explaining 'what happened.'

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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    1. Hahahahahahahahahaha...last line...rotfl

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    2. Hahahhahahaha
      Don't be a meanie Whitey!

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    3. Or prolly a video of her burning the cloth

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    4. Oh no Whitey.
      LMAO.
      Take am easy nau.
      Hahahahhaahhaahahhaa

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  13. Gosh.........you're wearing a free shirt in this recession and just to mentioned the designer name is a big deal. Not fair at all Mercy........Don't be wicked to your fellow woman......it's not too much of you to credit her for her work....can't deal biko

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    1. Lol.. I know right. Mercy did wrong. I wonder why.

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  14. See what pride will cause?
    What will it take her to give credit to whom it's due?
    Fake ass people everywhere.

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  15. She just gave the phoomy designer more popularity than she would have gotten if the deal pulled through.

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    1. Right now, if I needed to get a female designer online..I would go for the phoomy lady.

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    2. Yeah. The kind of popularity that won't make others patronize her. You know this is the reason why some people remain small

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  16. Mercy should pay her for the dress, ..

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  17. I have never liked Mercy Aigbe, she is fake, a bad person too and oh she sleeps around like crazy outside her matrimonial home ,sleeps around with men ,she and Iyabo ojo are runs pallies.

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    1. You're so right Anon 23:15, my manfriend ducked mercy several times that she made the man to think she married her husband just for the title sake only "Mrs", and not for love!lmao. Like he himself doesn't know she's giving him her toto to duck just for his wealth's sake. Bitch is so pained she calls him and he no longer picks, buy her tickets abroad, and gives her monthly funds. All these I didn't know before we started dating, until her calls kept disturbing him one day and I insisted that he picks it and I wanted to know if he was cheating on me with another chic! Then that was when I knew it was mercy! Wow, I wasn't surprised anyways! Cos i'm also here for the money too.😂😂😂. You're the best H

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    2. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  18. Hmmmm Na wah o!

    But wait o! Why do I think there was a break in communication somewhere cos Mercy apologised and said she was gonna give credit. So what happened after that? Did you after that react non- professionally? Are there chats you aren't showing? You sounded soo straight and soo okay till you got to the silly hashtags.

    MercyIwannabelong and Merciless bla bla.
    Just imagine!

    Not rooting for her but Mercy wears load of free stuff and she gives credit. I see them.

    And Mercy why let this linger? You forgot to give credit the first time. What happened the second time? If she was rude,u should have just taken the shirt and paid her off!


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    1. Exactlyyyyy!!!!
      Something went off somewhere. That chat isn't complete.
      I think the approach by the designer at some point made Mercy mad hence...

      Though at the end, she should have given credits

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    2. Mercy has always been mad. 😄😄. Nothing de tick am off.

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    3. The general's wife, being sensible since 1800. Knew you wouldn't disappoint.

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    4. If she was that mad she should have taken the shirt off and returned it, its not by force, you cant be wearing free shirt and forming slay then forming anger on top, agreement is agreement, as for yall supporting her, you are the problem we have in this country...


      SMILEY(looking for my bae)

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  19. Pls blog members make una answer my question , how can I search for Nov snm, I lost a contact from there ,.

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  20. If this is true, mercy you no try at all! I like you too much to be doing this. Since you have a deal with them why not fulfill it...

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  21. All my love for her just flew once, the painful part is her stubbornness, I just left her IG the least she could have done is delete that particular picture if she doesn't want to acknowledge the designer, that is what I would have done.
    One thing about fame is a little scandal can make or Mar you, this isn't good for your image madam. Now I'll be seeing her like one oshofree Ingrate.

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    1. 'One thing about fame is a little scandal can make or Mar you'

      It goes both ways you know, Mercy and the designer

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  22. Just checked her page. The ingrate has deleted all comments telling her to do the right thing. Mercy, you are wicked and heartless

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    1. Thats what she does oh. You will never see any negative comment on her page.

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    2. Judge what's-your-name-again. Borrow sense. Wait till you hear both sides of the story.

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  23. Waiting dey d skirt wey cut and nail tailor no fit sew?

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  24. Haha. But I don't blame mercy. I blame upcoming entrepreneurs who feel they always have to kiss 'celebrities' ass before they can make it in Nigeria. They force you to buy/wear their stuff and turn around when you do a 360. Like that one who begged tontoh to patronise her bag business. See what happened? A popular mainland boutique owner walked out on me because a Nigerian 'celeb' walked into her store to buy stuff. I just paid for my stuff and left. Later I heard how she and the bleached actress were fighting after that one got stuff for almost 700k and didn't pay back after she don post the girl pics for her IG as a regular customer. . I laughed!! Shebi una dey look face?

    My dressmaker friend makes at least 300k a week in abuja. Her store is her mum's bq. Shes so quiet that she runs her business like her personality. She doesn't need a 'celeb'to give her credit. Her job speaks for her. She goes as far as seoul for her fabrics. And she has very top clients. Recently a popular naija celeb contacted her about her outfit for next AMVCA. And she told her point blank she doesnt need anyone to help advertise her clothes so she doesnt give freebies. But can give complementary accesory. And the person agreed. The bible says 'A man's gift would make a way for him'. You don't need a celebrity to validate your craft. Stop chasing them and spend more time building on your skills. Very soon you will be sought after by them.


    But will they hear? 👀

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    1. You made such a beautiful point & it really touched me. Sha you have always been one of my favourites here.

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    2. Meanwhile could you please link me up with your dressmaker friend? I'm in abuja searching for a good one. Thank you

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    3. Them no go hear o. She's calling Mercy I wanna belong. Is it not the same "belong" that desperately made her give out her sweat free of charge. Abeg!

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    4. Exactly. Once you know what you're made off and have confidence in your craft,you won't need anybody to validate your hard work.

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    5. @Mawi- No p. Let me know when you get an I.D. so I can email you. X

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    6. Pls give us ur friends contact. I de find better tailor for abuja. U should have mentioned it in your write up

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    7. Yes you are right. I don't like your comment on the Camden jellie boots or whatever but you are right on this aspect in business. That is what you get for doing all those celebrities better pass regular folks. Yes ,you claim to be a high class girl but you look down on people too much in my candid opinion. Any1 who isn't in your said level is a nobody. My opinion and no I am not your troll.

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    8. Where is the like button? You've said it all.

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    9. @chikito you are one of my favourites on this blog.....kisses no homo o....u nailed it

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  25. I've always known this mercy to be a nasty idiot....all the clothes in her useless boutique has been worn by her to take pictures on ig and those clothes smell of sweat and she still puts them on display. Cheapskate oshi

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  26. Inukwa on top free cloth, just to write the name of the designer hmmm

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  27. I dislike this lady.
    Especially the way she keeps shoving her daughter in our faces and wont let her grow up normally.

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    1. That is ehhhhhh, always exposing her.

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    2. She thinks her daughter is Kylie and she mama jener 😄

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    3. Wait, say again. Who's daughter? Who's doing the 'shoving'?. Yeah, you just identified your problem

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  28. Are you there God... it's me Minx19 January 2017 at 23:38

    How people still do 'mouth deal' in Nigeria without signing an appropriate deal still beats me.
    I've met @phoonmy once and she's a really wonderful one, mostly working towards empowering young women.
    Sad that these things keep happening.

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    1. Please is there a way i can get her email? i need to make some order

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  29. I actually respected Mercy before now. After politely asking her to mention the designer she she deleted my comment and blocked me on instagram. Yeyebrity oshi

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  30. It is not fair shaaa. Mercy pls have mercy and tag the designer abeg.😥😥😥

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  31. When will my fellow small business owners in the fashion line learn to stop giving these so-called celebs free stuff for just a shout out or a tag. You cheapen your stuff that way, so they'll treat you like you're begging for a favour. Trust me, talk to God... he listens. He is the ultimate announcer and establisher of every business. I have said enough.

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    1. Gbam! @ talk to God. Sign a deal with God oooh. And watch him announce you.

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  32. You would have reposted and credited yourself if she didn't tag you after you reminded her. Not going on her page to make rude comments.

    You were wrong on this my friend. As the saying goes "2 wrongs to make a right".

    I won't even consider bringing my business to you.

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    1. Mtsheew. Pls take ur business to mercy na. Oshisco

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    2. Good point. If she had reposted Mercys picture on her page and even tagged mercy herself and other blogs. Infact, that would have been the ultimate call out. I don't think any celeb will want to patronise her. Cos they all don't want any social media issue. Her actions were wrong tho. As for Mercy, can't wait to hear why she didn't mention her cos she always give credit. I also wonder why the designer didn't show us the so called chats, maybe that's where the problem lies.

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    3. Or the designer could also be tagged a fake, an opportunist and a wannabe and that would ruin her brand. An agreement is an agreement. If she was not going to acknowledge the shirt maker why wear the shirt at all?

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  33. If it has really been such a Long time ago maybe she didn't remember , and why could the person not just DM Her

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    1. She didnt remember but she can remember her lines in movies?? Please dont be an ass licker, Mercy wont reward you..


      SMILEY

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  34. I'm not condoning what madam Mercy has don But the shirt maker and her friends are been so dramatic please!! Cos after all this call out u still expect Mercy to give you credit ... Hell No!!! It's gone down already so no need!!! To the designer as long as you keep doing a good and honest job, put your best and pray .... Fortune will always find you with or without Mercy Aigbe

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    1. You are not being fair. There was an agreement and Mercy went against it, so this lady has a good reason to fight for her right.

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    2. We dont want the credits again, she should RETURN THE SHIRT.

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    3. We dont want the credits again. She should angrily return the shirt. Just the way they name Hurricanes after the first person who sights them, we will put the shirt on a Mannequin and name it *Iwanshine*

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    4. She was called out after they reached out to her to give credit. Not before.

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    5. Maybe you don't get it. Mercy us already shining, that is why your friend could have given her the shirt for free because it would mean a great breakthrough for her if Mercy had tagged her in the picture.
      Mercy has always given credits for everything even make up so I wonder why this time was different.
      It's like someone calling SDK out for not crediting a particular source. If SDK did that, something went wrong somewhere but if it was Linda, we wouldn't be surprised.
      In short, tell your friend to work harder and let her work advertise her. And Mercy should always give credit

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    6. We dont want the credits again, she should RETURN THE SHIRT.

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  35. You are wearing someone handmade nd you don't want to credit her,dat bad of you.celeb for dat matter.

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  36. This reminds me of what Tonyo Dikeh did to that lady she got a bag from.

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    1. But doesn't remind you of what the same girl did to Dencia. Poverty mentality, where the richer person is always right.

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  37. Haba nau. Mercy, do the right thing

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  38. Na there way nah. Drama queens dia dly living Na drama.

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  39. Madam give credit to whom it's due nah, whats so hard in that.

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  40. Mercy is one local mgbeke trying to be funky. She wants to call big designer names so that her local ass kisser followers will hail her. Mercy is not one of the classy and elegant actresses. She doesn't measure up at all. All I see is mgbeke trying so hard to belong.

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    1. Lols, she won't still mention you.

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    2. You nailed it anon. 7:44
      People have time sha going up and down to discredit their perceived enemies. Lol

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  41. Na them know. I like the style. My sura the tailor can make it. Make I go thief the style.

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    1. @swag lafresh u are highly headed as in ur head dey dere gan...

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  42. Mercy johnson can like scandals.from snatching people's husband to fetish practices

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    1. Werey alasho,wetin concyn mercy johnson here?cant u buy brain?

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  43. Useless attention seeking people. Why not call the aggrieved party on phone.

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  44. No body is talking about how rude d shirt maker and are friends are,she told you sorry I ll do d right thing only for your friends to be all over page common,she didn't beg you for the top.

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    1. They are all so rude with their hashtags...Mercy this one don pass, you too do the needful next time

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  45. Madam tailor take a look at ur hashtags

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  46. All of you insulting mercy why not wait for her own side haba

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  47. You guys think Mercy can't afford d top or wat? Why all d insult, madam tailor U were Rude.

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  48. Pride comes before the fall!
    Mercy Aigbe why? What is so hard in giving the blouse designer her due credit, for a blouse you slay in.....

    I feel so disappointed by this inconsiderate act by Mercy. The designer is now well known while you Mercy have just tarnished your image.

    Nigerian celebrity should learn to promote upcoming designers that are good with their crafts.

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  49. There are 3sides to a story, jeez see as she said "stop wearing free clothes". did she beg you for cloth? no be you call her? and if she said No you would tag her as 'a proud person' besides she didn't give credit 'your' to another fashion designer, Na you sew the skirt? your story get as e be! mfhew. Mercy you sef do the needful na

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  50. I knew deres sth about her wen i contacted her boutique for a shoe..d way dey reply n call price n talk arrogantly..as if dey r doin u a favour sellin to u..afterall d owner dey act yoruba movie..

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  51. I am surprised at some of d dumb comments I'm reading here. From d pics posted, its obvious Mercy doesn't want to promote d shirt maker. D pics were showing her lower part I.e just d skirt part. Something must have gone wrong somewhere bcs those who visit her Instagram page will bear witness to d fact that she doesn't post half but full pics. Pls always hear parties out before conclusions

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    1. You too youre dumb, if she didnt want to promote the top, why did she wear it in the first place, did they force her???

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    2. Dumbest anon, did she go begging for d top?

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  52. Classic case of You can take the girl outta the hood, but can't take the hood outta the girl..
    She should do her worse imagine????
    Mercy is just showing her true self.

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  53. I went to the skirt makers page,abeg she is also just starting. She doesn't even have up to a thousand followers. As an anon said,it's possible the shirt designer did something wrong as well.she may have even forgotten who the designer is. Me sha oo,I won't patronize her.

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  54. I am not saying what Mercy did is wrong or right, but to an extend the designer and her friends are wrong, by putting such on an handle, saying credit the shirt designer, what stop the designer from wearing are top herself for advert, abeg the way we ladies want to bring down this celeb is too much, the insult was way too much, as if she stole it, oya go and collect it by force na, yeye

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  55. The shirt designer get ish o, the insults on her personal page is just too much. Haba ontop shirt and tagging, too badt.

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  56. Shameless mercy,i wont wait till u block me,let me unfollow u,eleribuuu,so u are this cheap,you cant pay ,yet to acknowledge na war for u.

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  57. If she didnt give the shirt maker credit why not post it in your own page tagging her and your nane together,also tag all the big names like bellaniga etc.no need to fight or make a big deal.

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