BBNaija’s Alex finally opens up on allegedly partying ways with Tobi

BBNaija’s Alex finally opens up on allegedly partying ways with Tobi

There seems to be an ongoing war between Big Brother Naija’s 2018 housemates and rumoured lovers, Alex Sandra Asogwa and Tobi Bakre. According to several reports, it was disclosed that the inseparable friends have allegedly parted ways.

After several conflicting reports to what could have contributed to the long silence between both parties, Alex has taken to her Instagram handle to reveal the possible cause of their separation.

The young lady added that, she and Tobi got into a very heated argument which made her block him on Instagram but immediately she was calm, she unblocked him back and they are cool.

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Alex added that, she doesn’t know where people got the information from that she and Tobi parted ways but she has learnt to speak up so as not to get into trouble.

Her post reads: “Nobody unfollowed anybody please. We had an argument and I blocked him, when I was calm, l unblocked and we r cool… Then social media built an estate with a little issue..Thanks for caring. We love you all. #speakupandendtrouble.

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BBNaija’s Alex finally opens up on allegedly partying ways with Tobi

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NAIJ.com earlier reported that Cee-C seems to have created a lasting impression on some people, most of which is negative. She recently took to social media to reveal how she received a threatening email from one of Alex’s fans.

Interesting!

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