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2baba Reacts To Annie’s Older Brother Calling Her Wicked, Drug Addict

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Nigeria music legend and popular music star, Tuface Idibia has reacted to the recent social media video of his wife’s older brother Wisdom Macaulay calling her out and accusing her of enslaving him and also introducing him to hard drugs.

According to Wisdom Macaulay, Annie Idibia turned him into a slave and refused to pay him all his dues during the period he worked for the actress.

Hello Nigerians, my name is Wisdom Macaulay, I am the elder brother of Annie Macaulay Idibia. I’m crying out for help at this moment because my life is been threatened. I have been working with my sister for some time but she would never pay me my dues,” he said.

“She would rather send me N20,000 or N30,000…turn me to her slave and she can decide when she is angry to end it. Some weeks back, her husband sent me some money that I have begging him for years.”

“The money wasn’t so much but I used it to settle my home. I have a wife from Imo State and I am yet to pay her bride price because I don’t have money.”

“Annie introduced me to drugs, hard drugs, Annie takes drugs, she is a drug addict, she takes it every day, she is so violent, she doesn’t have peace with anyone, she fights everybody.”

In response to this accusation, Tubaba defended Annie by referring to some family members are your worst enemies.

Dear Wisdom, I hope you’re happy with this post. I hope you will continue to stand by this your post? Well, no matter what, it is still nothing. But best wishes and prayers for you from Annie and I. I understand people telling Annie not to respond but this cuts deep. Respect to family, but sometimes some family is your worst enemy,” he wrote.

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