Mercy Aigbe taunts fans with sensitive pictures, blasts holier than thou critics

Popular Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe, Wednesday, posted a cleavage-revealing portrait of herself on Instagram for the benefit of her fans.

She subsequently descended in advance on critics whom she termed “holier than thou saints and social media preachers,” and dared them to criticise her action.

Popularly referred to as “Merciless Mercy” by her friends and fans, Mercy, who celebrated her 41st birthday on January 1st this year is not new to controversies.

Mercy Aigbe

In the post, she wrote, “Letter to association of holier than thou ‘saints’ ‘social media preachers’… Pls, I posted this pix. I know my cleavage is showing! I love it. Pls if you don’t kindly un-follow or go to lindaikeji to leave your self-righteous and hypocritical comments.”

Not one to leave any one in doubt about her opinion on any issue, Mercy follows up with an I-don’t-care comment to critics who are sure to come down on her for daring to go “public” with what should ordinarily be a “private matter”:

“Need I remind y’all that your opinions doesn’t define me neither does it pay my bills, so sincerely your opinions are meaningless to me.”

Mercy Aigbe on realmercyaigbe on instagram

Not done, she served a Molotov cocktail for good measure as a parting shot: “Please spare me all those comments oh; cos I am too busy and won’t really have time to be blocking your fake asses (sick) till later in the day. My advice is, drink plenty of water and mind the business that pays your bills,  life isn’t that hard.

It is still unclear why Mercy Aigbe chose to stir the hornets’ nest a few days to national elections in Nigeria

For your eyes only
Mercy’s original comment on instagram


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