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Uriel Don Craze – See What She Posted After Anthony Joshua Said He Won’t Settle Down For The Next 10 Years


Abeg this love obsession from Ex Big Brother Nigeria housemate to Anthony Joshua, heavywieght boxing champion is becoming weirder everyday and this is not the first nor the second time former BBNaija housemate openly professed her love for Anthony Joshua.
However, it seems her hope of hooking the World Heavyweight Boxing title holder is slowly getting dashed as the Champ announced that he doesn’t have time for girls and wont settle down for the next 10 years.
After the news broke out, Uriel took to her Instagram page to make it clear that she can’t afford to wait that long to nab him cos she might have reached menopause by 10 years time.
I don’t know if she is joking or being serious but a si kwam ma ka, maka okenyi anaghi ano na ulo ewu amoo na oba. Igbo na si, ka ejiri ehihe chuo ewu ojii tukwu chi ejie..
She posted:
I rebuke every word.. Holy Ghost fireeeeeeeeee . My eggs will be dried up in ten years.. one told me she don move o just na.. biko nu..mu na gi Nwoke oma lord i put my eggs in your hands.. they will not lack.. eggs it is a lie you will flourish .. ogini bu 10 years biko… i will train you myself .. training and fufu = Hope. Biko people of instagram join me for prayers 6pm tonight.. free maltina for all

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