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Users Rejoice As Instagram Shuts Down Tunde Ednut’s Page

Instagram has suspended the verified personal account of former musician, Altanta-based blogger, social influencer and Instagram personality, Tunde Ednut, Igbere TV can report.

This is coming days after Nigerians lambasted the singer asking him never to sing again after he released a song featuring Davido and Tiwa Savage. It also comes days after the blogger was dragged for using his platform to body shame users.

Checks by Igbere TV Tuesday morning shows that that the account with over 2.7 million followers was no longer available with the “user not found” message.

According to Instagram, the influencer’s page was pulled down because it goes against the community guidelines of the platform.

Just recently, Lagos socialite and cross dresser, Okuneye Idris Olarewanju best known as Bob Risky lashed out at Ednut for body shamming women with his platform.

Bob Risky only started shading the Instagram blogger after Joro Olumofin, a Nigerian Social media influencer based in America, called out Ednut for allegedly accusing him of paying people to write his stories.

His constant shading of women and their bodies has caused a lot of friction between him and some Nigerian celebrities such as Tonto Dikeh, Bobrisky, Harrysong, Naira Marley, and Wizkid.

A recent squabble was between him and the owner of Instablog where he called instablog out for allegedly deleting his comments on their page.

Some users, especially women have since taken to social media to celebrate the pulling down of Tunde Ednut’s page. Check out what they are saying below…

One user said, “This is a total slap to the face and a way of punishing Instagram offenders. Cyber bullying should be stopped by all means. Having a platform doesn’t give one right to engage in cyber bullying and shaming of women. That is unfit for a celebrity with such status. What a shame! Good riddance to bad rubbish. Hope he learns from this and change his ways.”

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