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Your Side Chic Is One Of Us – Etinosa Blasts Apostle Suleiman Over Bleaching

The actress threw shades at the clergyman over his recent condemnation of bleaching

Nollywood actress Etinosa Idemudia has slammed Apostle Johnson Suleman over bleaching statement credited to him, says his ‘side piece’ is guilty of it.

The actress took to her Instagram page on Monday, February 24, 2020, where she threw shades at the pastor over his condemning comments on women and men who bleach their skins.

“There’s no relationship between BLEACHING and kingdom of God so my uncle Suleiman go and rest. Especially when Your side piece is one of us – BLEACHING GENG member😂😂😂,” she wrote.

After backlash from several quarters the actress came out to put up a disclaimer, saying that she was not referring to the clergyman when she wrote her post.

“Update: This is in no way related to a said popular Apostle Johnson Suleman or any Suleman that is not my uncle Suleiman as is clearly stated in the post. I don’t even know that Apostle person. All bloggers take note. Thanks and God bless 😊”, she wrote.

Etinosa’s comments are coming a few days after the popular pastor had bashed women and men who have become notorious for bleaching their natural skin.

“Can I give you a counsel as a boy and a girl, don’t bleach. Bleaching has no end, anything that moves from the original has no end. When you start bleaching you start smelling because you’re taking off the original layer.

Some parts of your body react, they refuse to cooperate with you because you are a fraudster. So at that period, you start looking like a map. You are open to cancer. Funny enough some men also bleach. Your mates are fans of Manchester, Arsenal, and Chelsea, you are a fan of cream and you are a man,” he said in the now-viral video.

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Written by Ephraim Adiele

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