Linda Ikeji Is A Snake – Omojuwa Explodes

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SAN FRANCISCO, February 06, (THEWILL) – Japheth Omojuwa, popular social media influencer, has painfully narrated how blogger, Linda Ikeji betrayed him by using his personal story to ridicule him on her blog calling her a snake.

Omojuwa took to his Twitter handle to share his story to the world and warned other people that blogger, Linda Ikeji is a real snake that relished in ridiculing people for her own personal and business profit.

He narrated how he confided in Linda and some other of his friends about his personal issues, which he specifically asked Linda not to publish, only for Linda to embarrass him by posting the story on her blog, even lying against him.

“When the 'friend' you shared your personal story with goes ahead to shade you with it on her blog, you know you trusted a snake!,” he tweeted.

“Out of respect for my friend and now ex fiancée, I never shared the story of what happened between us publicly, but I shared it with some friends I felt I could trust. Folks @Chude , @DebolaLagos , @bellanaija and @lindaikeji and a couple of others.

“Out of all I shared the story with, @lindaikeji was only 1 I realized I had to inform not to publish it without assuming she wouldn't.

“I told them all exactly what happened. Then in @lindaikeji 's case made sure to tell her not to publish via an email.

“I didn't want the story out because it would embarrass my ex fiancées mum. Even if we weren't friends today, I still wouldn't want it out.

“I have found myself putting myself on the line on Twitter when people attack @lindaikeji. I do that when I see the world against anyone.

“Just about 2 weeks ago, I was even defending her sister when they went at her saying her marriage came too soon after her proposal.”

“I have seen @lindaikeji use the cover of Ben Bruce to share me on her blog. I never took it personal. I considered she was doing her job.

“I have seen her take sides with Reno Wendell Simlin Omokri. I didn't bother. Whatever she had going on with Reno wasn't my business.

“When she was accused of getting N240m from PDP/Jonathan during the election, I actually called friends in the villa at the time… and my friends told me as far as they knew, she didn't get any money. I didn't discuss anything with her. I simply posted tweets defending her.

“Now, all of these are because I am loyal at times to the point of stupidity. On that day, I was swimming against social media tide, but you see, when it is on a matter concerning people I care about, I don't mind swimming against any tide, social media or not.

“When someone's trusted you with the truth, you don't go ahead to post lies about same on your blog. That makes you a dangerous snake.

“To see @lindaikeji hide under the cover of a twitter nonentity to shade me on her blog over a story I personally told her? Tragic!

“So yeah, learn from my temporary stupidity to trust someone like @lindaikeji .Never trust a snake & they aren't hard to know. Learn from me!

“We do great stuff that she ignores. But when Reno Wendell Simlin and Ben Agbaya Bruce post weak shades at me, she gets to post them.

“I don't even mind that. I thrive in a “me against the world” environment. Pressure and enmity works for me. So I don't mind that.

“Against my intuition at the time, I trusted this one @lindaikeji and then told my intuition “I told her not to publish so we are fine.

“My intuition was right as usual. I was stupid, unusual. Sad but useful lesson.

“I didn't have to tell Uche, Debola, Chude, Subomi, Musa, Mohammmed etc “don't publish it” because my intuition was cool with me telling them.

“The circumstances of my engagement breaking up hurt both of us. We were in love from the beginning to the end. We never fought, there was no argument. No one was caught cheating.

“I am fine with those who still insist they are now unfortunate because someone lost an election take shots at me. I live and thrive for that, but I refuse not to acknowledge @lindaikeji's spear. I can acknowledge it because it didn't pierce my heart. My intuition told me it'd come.”