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“You can’t drive me to depression” – Reality star, Ebiteinye Juliet lashes out at those trolling her for being single and plus-sized (video)

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“You can’t drive me to depression” – Reality star, Ebiteinye Juliet lashes out at those trolling her for being single and plus-sized (video)
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Reality TV star, Ebiteinye Juliet, has reacted after being harassed by online trolls to lose weight and get married.

“You can’t drive me to depression” – Reality star, Ebiteinye Juliet lashes out at those trolling her for being single and plus-sized (video)

Ebiteinye Juliet

In a video she posted on social media addressing her detractors, the 28-year-old plus-sized model said she’s been under constant pressure from trolls to marry.

Julie said she won’t be pressured into getting married as she will go into marriage only when she’s ready, and as for her weight, she noted that it is a gift from God.

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“You can’t drive me to depression” – Reality star, Ebiteinye Juliet lashes out at those trolling her for being single and plus-sized (video)

She lashed out at trolls, declaring that their attacks would not make her depressed. She also added that she will continue to wear form-fitting clothing that accentuates her figure and that she will not conceal her rolls or stretch marks to make others feel better about themselves.

“You can’t drive me to depression” – Reality star, Ebiteinye Juliet lashes out at those trolling her for being single and plus-sized (video)

Watch her speak below,

This comes after former Big Brother Naija ‘shine ya eye’ housemate, Angel has pleaded with Nigerians to stop trolling the BBNaija graduates for their actions in the house.

Angel who made this plea in a post via her official Twitter page noted that reality stars are humans too and bound to make mistakes like every human.

She urged the public to consider their mental health and not make their new celebrity status difficult for them to cope.

“Mental health is so important guys. It’s easy to forget that everyone that was on the show is a human being, it comes with the fame but we’re people like you and mistakes will be made. Let’s be kind. Don’t use your own moral compass to make it harder than it is for any of us”, she tweeted.

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