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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Former MBGN Nyekachi Douglas Rants..

 She says the last moments of her 2 year Reign was hard...















29 comments:

  1. 4 ur fresh affordable Gorontula chat me up @ 08156173381 Nationwide delivery(Wholesale & Retail)21 September 2021 at 11:41

    Wow! This girl is beautiful.

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    1. Everyone can be beautiful with the right filter. She didn't deserve the title in her time

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  2. WHen you want to be successful, you will face big obstacles in your way. It has nothing to do with the fact that you are a woman. It's just the reality of life.

    You see it this way because most times as a woman the bar is usually low and when you try to do epic things, you start seeing all the big obstacles men mostly face daily.

    Men face these obstacles everyday and just take it on the chin without complaining about it. We don't attribute it to being a specific body form.

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    1. What in the name of mansplaining is this bull? Quite narrow-minded.

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  3. Any time I see that statement "what I deserve, what I deserve", it raises a red flag because it usually indicates someone with an entitlement mentality.

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    1. Not all the time. Allow her rant

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    2. 13.09 please go and check the meaning of the word USUALLY.

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  4. You would have said all this while you were still wearing the crown. This is medicine after death and an act of cowardice. No pun intended.

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    1. Where is the pun?

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    2. 13:07 help me ask. Clowns be using 'no pun intended' without even knowing what it means. Maybe they think it makes them sound smart. Buahahahahahahaha

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    3. Anon 11:56 You're mocking the girl.. from her write up she is clearly someone with a good grasp of the english language. You on the other hand don't know the meaning of pun yet here you are.

      Google is your friend my dear. Stop embarrassing yourself.

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  5. My thoughts too.. just let go and move on.. God rewards handsomely without sentiments

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  6. You didn't say this while you reigned for two years just after someone else is crowned you want to rant. Are they owing you? If not, don't be ungrateful please!

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  7. Never heard of her. I'm sure covid prevented the needed publicity she was to get.Her reign was silent thou long..2yrs.
    Rant all you need to rant beautiful woman but allow the new queen to shine.

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  8. Reign where?
    What kind of reign does a lady reign with her dress split above the thighs and her
    chest and legs wide open?😏😏😏😏🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🐤🐤🐤🐥🐥🐥

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  9. I know that all of you have very hard reign. It's hard, harder, harder, harder, harder 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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    1. I see what you did here anon. Lol you no well sha

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  10. that's why you can't even stand with your two legs together again?

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  11. We are usually quick to forget the good times,10 good months in your case!
    A new queen was crowned and waaaa, rants started.

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  12. Maybe her rant will cause the management to treat the incoming queen better! Her speaking up is better late than never

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  13. She ended up saying nothing basically. Why not come out straight with the call-out? It is not a new thing.
    They don't give the Queens all what they promised them, also, they later add other things that were not in the beauty pegeant agreement like servicing of pot-bellied men, etc. So which one is your own?

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  14. - not a rant to me. More like a statement that hints those in the know without breaching her NDA.

    - Previously, there was only one pageant but now, even la casera is crowning queens so the influence is watered down. Most people also don't know or follow the pageant like me so the brand recognition of MBGN really needs to be worked on.

    - the pandemic was unplanned for and organizations like MBGN didn't adjust aptly or quickly- we'll have heard more if they did. There was a lot that could have been done in terms of philanthropy, awareness creation, pivoting options in entertainment etc. I see why she would feel frustrated with so many low hanging fruit unexplored.

    - it is now time to build your brand. Let go of the pains of the past and use the experience to propel yourself forward. I wish you success.

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  15. I have said this before, i want my children to be Igbo, they are beautiful, hard working and go getters.

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