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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Mercy Aigbe In Valentine Love Note Brouhaha.

Mercy Aigbe posted this Valentine love note saying her six year old son wrote it for her and hubby Mr Gentry.

Her fans attacked her saying that she helped the boy write it and she even replied them. Lmao









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    1. I think her followers need to get their head checked!. A six year old child should be in basic 3!

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    2. It is well...mnwhile, dis marriage tin is scary for we singles.one of thr commenters up the, even tho iv only met her thrice she is nice n pleasant n beautiful. her husband gets with a lot of girls. Marrieds pray for your vhusband cos dis man does every girl even ashawo raw no Cd.it is well.

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  2. That's not the writing of a six year old!

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    1. Yeah,the hand writting gave her up. I wonder why people must lie on social media. A six year old can't have that hand writting

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    2. I don't know about you,but my handwriting from 6(primary1) was as fine as this.

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    3. You are so wrong, my handwriting has always been very good. I started helping my mum write her lesson notes (she is a teacher) when I was in primary two and I was only 5 then. Even now, there's nowhere you take my handwriting to that people who know me won't recognize it. My very strict Ghanaian writing teacher taught me very well and I'll always be grateful to her. I'm a lady by the way.

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    4. It's possible he writes this good but a 6 year old intelligent child like Juwon wouldn't spell 'ever' as 'eva'. That gave the whole shit away.

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    5. His handwriting isn't even good enough. Some schools teach their pupils how to write just like my children's school.... If you see their handwriting in pry 1, you will marvel so the handwriting isn't the issue, I guess EVA as ever made it look suspicious.

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    6. You guys should shut it, I've seen a nursery 2 pupil handwriting in a school that is finer and more mature than mine... Mean while,my handwriting is very good. That day I opened my mouth and couldn't shut it....please kids nowadays have good handwriting, especially schools that emphasize more on cases(upper,lower and middle). The ish there is the Eva, which might be what the child is already used to, maybe through pictures, charts, quotes, books in the outside school. I'm a teacher by the way

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  3. Nigerians got no chill...

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  4. I get where dey are coming from sha especially with d handwriting. That's not a child's writing na. See as the "g" dey curve. Shuooo was he writing notes from the womb?

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    1. Very true @Becky Divine.

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    2. Tries hard how? What is unusual about a 6 year old writing this? Becky u are such a bitter vile filled bitch....always negative and judgemental..

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  6. I don't trust Mercy Aigbe. She can do anything to get attention.

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  7. Sweet but not written by a six year old boy please. These so called celebrities have issues oooo. Mercy your attention seeking is irritating 👌

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  8. Sweet but not written by a six year old boy please. These so called celebrities have issues oooo. Mercy your attention seeking is irritating 👌

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  9. She can't even tell a good lie.
    Thats an adult handwriting.

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  10. Lmao
    *.side eyes@ mercy*

    Stella, shebi you were asking about mums that got valentine gift from their boyfriends on SP?
    mercy have shown us her own...Lmao
    B.Vs oya start posting yours..hehehe

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  11. The handwriting is matured for a six year old. Anything for attention.

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  12. I don't think a six year old would write that, if na drawing I for believe am small

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  13. Look at them. Iti boribos.

    At age six, I had already acquired the beautiful handwriting that I ultimately honed to calligraphy till date.

    And I knew my basic spellings. We were made to practice 'the quick brown fox' on writing books and we always had spelling bees. The fact that I'm good with words and a very good writer (which began to pay me at some point,) is largely thanks to my last year in nursery school, then UNPSEC, which piqued my reading interest and ultimately made me a voracious reader. Fast forward to college, after my English teacher publicly commended me for my essay writing prowess, I made money from my set girls to write them essays and construct love notes for their bfs...lol! I still help friends with stuff like that till yesterday.

    So, the fact that they were dull at age six doesn't mean that everyone else was or should be like that.

    I 100% believe that he wrote that without any help. Mercy, please, don't mind them. Keep pushing him to be better. Especially in a world where the Internet has become the books a lot of children read today. What is a successful person without doubters?

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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    1. North Dakota Siobhan15 February 2017 at 13:24

      Great minds think alike. For a second, I thought I wrote that.So you wrote love notes for money in school too? OMG! Lol

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    2. Nne biko tell them.

      My daughter's hand-writing is almost like this but better. I am not overly impressed as I tell her she should write better. Bn that my own hand writing is very beautiful. I remember I honed it as far back as when I was 7.

      Don't get why some peeps say things are lies just cos it hasn't happened to them. And especially as they didn't witness the said thing happening. So why call it a lie???

      Then my daughter writes books. Oh yes. She tears papers and binds them together(she feels that that way she "manufactured" the book herself. She writes stories. And one day a friend of mine came and she was like "Aunty please I have a book I just published and it's for sale" I was a little bit uncomfortable as I didn't understand this latest money-making scheme and especially as she hadn't discussed it with me first. Well she did talk about selling the book(to herself mostly) and she didn't tell me the buyers were going to be my friends. Lol

      I expressed the tiniest concern and my friend signaled me to remain calm. She just went "Awww,Wow! That's interesting! Congratulations! And all that. And she scanned the book and told her she did a very good job. Which was true. She took the book and told her she would pay her before she leaves. And she turned to me when she was gone and told me to breathe and be thankful I have a child that is interested in writing. This was some two years ago. Since then,she has written more than 2 Dozen "Books"

      People that know me and know that I love writing sometimes ask if any of my kids took after me and I am like yea,L baby did. And when u show them excerpts from her book(I took pictures of some of them Lol) they don't believe it! But they do cos they know her Mama. So it's no biggie!

      LMAO 😂
      I just remembered it was my money my friend used to pay for that very first book my daughter sold to her. My daughter didn't know this though.As my friend told me it wouldn't be nice for her to know. That making her know she borrowed the money from me would make it seem like it wasn't a serious transaction.
      I just remembered her coming to hug me and show me the crisp 500 note and telling me "Yes Mummy! I sold my Book! Aunty U has paid me! The glint in her eyes was priceless!
      And in that instant I felt soo proud! And understood what my friend did for me. She made me see it in another light. A more serious light. And I am thankful I didnt unknowingly kill my baby's Dream of writing and publishing.

      Cheers to My Beautiful Future Writer!😘

      I hope this over rides your intended Snake-hunting Career. 😂

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    3. Help me tell them dear,all fingers are not same.

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    4. LMAO @intended snake-hunting career.
      I think I prefer the snake hunting biko.
      Writing ke? That's not outstanding jare.
      Kikikikikikikikikiki

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    5. Hahahahahaha! Northie, yes o. Nothing is free in Freetown na.

      TGW dear, I tire o. The handwriting no even too fine sef,so I wonder why they are doubting it. As a product of University Primary School, if you don't have a good writing, I for tab you finish. UNPSEC products don't have bad writings, walahi. Our teachers always took it serious. They still do.

      L baby is a very hilarious child. So, she's the prospective snake hunter. Hahaha! Hopefully, writing would trump hunting for snakes.

      TZ, please preach it, mami. Imagine.

      #WhiteDiamondOut

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    6. Lol @ yab me.

      But seriously Whitey e reach to yab me. Or any of our ex-pupil for that matter.
      That school and its Teachers were simply out of this world! "Excellence" is what we should describe our Alma Mater as!
      University Primary School Enugu Rocks!!!

      Long Live Mrs Muoneke!
      And all my Teachers!!!
      God bless you Darlings!

      Lol! Even though I didn't think u guys were Darlings then especially Mrs Ojukwu and Mrs Chiakwa.
      But I loved Mrs Nnamani,Mrs Emeka,Mrs Yamouah,Mrs Asogwa,Mrs Onwu Mr Ike(my fave),Mrs Ezeokwulora,Monsieur Iwueke etc etc.
      I remain grateful!

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    7. Hehehe! TGW, see as you come list them. Yeah, most of them were strict, but in retrospect, I'm glad they were.

      #WhiteDiamondOut

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  14. North Dakota Siobhan15 February 2017 at 11:35

    People are funny..
    What her son wrote is even poor for a 6yr old if you ask me.
    I wonder if people like that see the essays I wrote when I was 5, they might go into shock.
    My Lil cousin whom I brought up is 6 yrs old and she writes better than that.
    Y'all think bcos you learnt to read and write at age 10,its same for every kid?
    You think you can compare the kujad school you attended to the one her son attends?
    Anyways, mercy you displayed that on your handle, I'm sure you knew that would happen. So live with it.

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    1. I agree with you. At 6 my handwriting was finer than this but I still don't trust Mercy Aigbe

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    2. If it's handwriting then her followers are funny.my cousin is 6 and his hand writing is even finer than mine.we need to realise it's a new world and these kids are way more advance now.compared to my cousin's handwriting,the juwon boy handwriting is even ugly

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    3. Lol @SWAG I don't trust her too cos she can don anything jst for attention BT kids of these day write better @6-10 y

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    4. Loud it dear! @ Northie.

      How are you?I am good and hope u are too my dear.

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  15. Stella someone wrote that for the boy,how can a 6 year old boy write@ Eva for Ever?mercy all the same na good thing they wrote. So Mr lanre no write love letter to you in?. We expect his letter o.

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  16. Nice one... Buh I doubt he wrote it all by himself

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  17. Ofcourse that can't be the handwriting of a 6yr old.

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  18. Well, someone might help him to write it, but that's definitely not a 6 year old hand writing




    *Larry was here*

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  19. My six years daughter writes well and a particular girl in her class writes even finer that I wonder whether she shld be in that class.
    So all judginas shld chill. Its a jet age and those words are probably what he hears from elders around him often. Or maybe his sister told him what to write but as per the handwriting, its 100% his cos mine writes better.

    Welldone juwon

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  20. May b he said it then someone wrote it for him. Sweet son.

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  21. Bad belle people. My cousin who is 6 can write more than this.

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  22. Those talking about the handwriting are very silly. Who says a 6 year old child in a good montessori school can't have a nice handwriting?? My daughter is 5 and even has a better handwriting than the boy in question.


    People love to complain. She shouldn't have bothered replying anyone.

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  23. Lol! When a 5yr old can ace a spelling bee...
    A 6yo that can't write is not smart.
    And a two+ year old can differentiate between a square,circle,diamond,triangle n rectangle..

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  24. There's no big deal in this, my six year old niece and nephew can write better than this

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    1. Thank you o. I don't know the kind of egbe ile school their children are attending. Chai! No wonder many Nigerian kids are not smart at all, when their so called parents are dullards

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  25. I just don't know why some people use alabukun, Daga and karaole for other people's body pain and headache naaa waaa




    #Godswaitingroom

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    1. Hahahah@ karaole!! U can say that again

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  26. World people.They can never ever be pleased

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  27. Does it matter if she helped him or not, just for the records,I have a very beautiful handwriting and as early as 6yrs,my writing could pass like somebody in the university. And my children's own are just like mine.

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  28. Any brilliant 6 years of today can write what is written there. May be those doubting only have olodo kids around them. God bless Mercy's son Juwon.

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  29. Someone who displays everything on the internet should endure all the critics that follows it irrespective of its nature that is either positive or negative.

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  30. At 6???
    Very poor handwriting.
    They don't do "writing" in his school?
    He needs to be guided to write better or it's gon get worse.

    Whether he wrote it or not, e no concern me.

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  31. I pity some Nigerians though. And yes my handwriting was better than that when I was 5. Abeg what kind of miserable school did you guys attended. I'm always suprise when some people will open their mouth and say they can't remember anything that happened when they were 5. I pity you o, because you guys are just Olodo

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    1. Good ones but not the ones who teache wrong tenses. What kind of schools did u guys 'attended' ITI

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    2. U that went to good school see ur English lmao *attended *suprise.Please go back for refund of ur fees

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    3. U that went to good school see ur English lmao *attended *suprise.Please go back for refund of ur fees

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  32. I believed the boy wrote it. I was chatting with my husband last night when my 6 yrs old daughter took the phone from me and started chatting with her dad. She got her spellings well and the sentences were in order.

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  33. Fact is, that's not the son's writing. She help him with the letter. Look at the Juwon on the card and the Juwon in the letter.....but why bring everything onto the social media sef.......When will this our yeyebrities learn....

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  34. So the boy actually wrote 'eva' instead of ever?😰😰😰

    Wetyn social media don cause. #Yeyebrity

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