BOMBSHELL! Part 3 of miss Anambara video is 1 hour long

A source privy to the ongoing blackmail of Miss Anambara, Chidinma Okeke, has revealed that the short videos of Chidinma Okeke is nothing compared to what is to come.

The source disclosed that a part three of the video will soon be released.

According to the source, Chidinma engaged in the act for over an hour and even more brutal than the ones released.

“First, this is an investment gone wrong. Chief (name not disclosed) sponsored Chidinma Okeke to win the pageant.

“Chief spent up to N 2million to ensure she emerged as the winner against other beautiful contestants.

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“Chief also budgeted for her wardrobe and makeover pre and post beauty contest. The money was released in trenches to Miss Anambara.

“Chief also took her to various countries including Germany where she met other models based on the contract terms which Miss Chidinma signed with Chief.

“Part of the agreement stipulates that Chief would make her a big model and whatever proceeds that come during her reign would be shared as specified in the contract terms.

“Chidinma consented and signed the deal.

“Chidinma emerged as the winner of Miss Anambra, got higher connections and wanted to opt out from the contract without repaying all the expenses Chief incurred.

“Chief warned her of the consequences, but she remained adamant.

“Chief released a picture to her requesting she comply with the payment and remit the money she is holding.

“Chidinma feigned ignorance and even boasted that Chief cannot do anything.

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“She even boasted that if chief tried to do anything, they would get him arrested.

“Chief is about to release a third video. It is more than one hour long.

“Chidinma was a consenting adult as at the time the contract was signed.

“This supports the logic behind Chidinma’s silence towards naming the perpetrators.

“I will advise the family to quit the threat they are making to the man and settle this amicably off the media to avoid further embarrassment for my state, other ‘responsible’ beauty pageants because this is seriously casting them in bad light.”