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Blessing CEO sues prankster Untouchable over her arrest prank

Controversial relationship therapist Blessing CEO has taken legal action against popular prankster Untouchable and his team, following a fake arrest prank on her.

Blessing CEO recently made the headlines, after some men dressed in a police outfit driving in a police van double-crossed her while she was driving to the airport. The self-acclaimed policemen were seen dragging her out of her car into their van faking an arrest for cyberbullying. 

Blessing on the other hand cried like a baby while seated in the police van, and swore not to know the prankster in question, who was accusing her of defamation and cyberbullying.

When the arrest was getting intense, the people involved revealed to her that it was all a prank.

Reacting to the prank, Blessing’s CEO explained in a post on her official Instagram profile that taking content production to such limit is harassment. She proceeded to send a message to the prankster, indicating that she would be the first person to teach him a lesson.

“Taking content creation to the extreme is harassment, how dare you this silly boy. You will be the first person I will teach a lesson with this your prank drama.

Ask onyeze how it ended up after his own drama.

Just wait for me, you will pay for damages and still face the law, I go use you do example since na police u a one use dey do una drama .. when I am done with you with the law, I go drag u with media after that I go use juju ….”, she wrote.

In a recent development, Blessing CEO has sued the prankster Untouchable and his team as she disclosed that she was beaten, and injured, that they stole her money in the process, and almost killed her during their prank.

In her words, 

“No gree for anybody this year.

A few days ago, one silly prank boy untouchable werey pranked me, using armed men to harass me on my way to the airport, I was embarrassed, bundled like a criminal, and thrown into a van, beaten, injured, and almost k!lled by untouchable comedy’s. My money was missing and my phone was even stolen. In the end, I was told it was a prank.

This prank was posted by the untouchable on his different pages to humiliate me in public.

So I decided to seek justice with the law as a law-abiding citizen.. pranks should have limits.

Thanks to the Nigerian police for your wonderful cooperation.

As we await investigation and justice to be served.

Thanks, lovers for your support and encouragement”.

By Ezinne Joy Okorie

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