Thursday, August 18, 2022

“A 55-year-old Man-boy” – Chanel Chin Shades Estranged Hubby, Oluwo Of Iwo, After He Mocked Her

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Chanel Chin, the former Olori of Iwoland, has thrown shade at her estranged husband, the Oluwo of Iwo, after he mocked her She shared over 20 posts to shade the monarch who she shares a son, Oduduwa, with.

This comes after the Oluwo of Iwo took to social media to mock a certain “enemy” who has a child for him. He added that the enemy recorded his activities while they were together and attempted to extort him by threatening to release the videos.

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It is believed he was making reference to the 2020 interview the Canada-born Olori granted accusing him of numerous vices, including sleeping with their 13-year-old maid and daughter of a woman who sells tatashe in front of his palace. At the time, she also released a video of the monarch rolling up a joint to smoke.

After the Oluwo hit back on social media, Chanel Chin took to her Instagram Stories to mock the Oluwo. She called him a “55-year-old man-boy” and re-shared a post about a deadbeat father.

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She also shared an edited photo of a cockroach getting into a car and said it’s a “rare picture of the Emir of Yoruba land entering his vehicle to drive himself mad.” She went on to share a photo of his former wife as she accused him of lying that he didn’t have a wife before her.

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She also shared a photo of a woman alleged to be the ‘Oluwo’s bride-to-be.’ She then shared screenshots of comments mocking her estranged husband, the Oluwo of Iwo, after he mocked her.

In another post, she shared a photo of a shop with just a sachet of Milo and milk and she sarcastically captioned it, “Me opening up a supermarket for me and Oduduwa (her son with the Oluwo) with the money we got from the Emir of Yoruba land.”

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She also shared a post that reads: “Dear mothers, let’s teach out daughters that loyalty does not mean accepting unlimited pain & physical abuse from broken men/boys.”

Below are more posts she shared shading the Oluwo of Iwo.

Photo Credit: Getty

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