“I am born again and a child of God” – Ifu Ennada cries out after being called ‘devilish’ over her AMVCA dress

Reality TV star, Ifu Ennada has taken to social media to clear the air after she was called ‘devilish’ over her AMVCA outfit.

The Big Brother Naija star pulled up at the award show on Saturday, May 14, in a black dress decorated with multiple skulls, and a scary eye makeup.

 Ifu Ennada cries

She had earlier caused a huge stir online after disclosing that the dress, designed by popular fashion designer, Toyin Lawani, cost a whooping hundred grand ( $100,000).

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However, she eventually disclosed that the dress is worth that much but she didn’t pay that amount for it.

Photos of the controversial dress quickly went viral on social media and some religious fanatics asserted that the dress is devilish, and Ifu should repent before it’s too late.

Reacting to the influx of criticisms she received, Ifu took to her Instastory to issue a disclaimer that the dress is not devilish, but just an unconventional fit.

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She also told her critics to dead the thoughts that she’s devilish, because she’s a born again Christian who studies

the Bible every single day.

The 27-year-old star wrote,

“Nigerians are saying I’m devilish because of my AMVCA dress. Pls stop, its unconvential fashion.. Avant Garde… but nothing devilish about my dress.

I am Born Again, I have a whole Bible App I use to study the Word of God daily. Pls stop this narrative of me being devilish because of my AMVCA Look. I am a child of God.. it’s all Fashion”

See her post below,

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