God help me this year, I want people to think that I make a lot of money,” Eke’s prayer for mercy.


Big Brother reality show winner Naija Mercy Eke spoke about her big ambitions for the new year 2023.

The somewhat controversial actress opened up about her dream on her social media pages, where she wanted people to acknowledge that she was receiving blood. “I want people to think I paid for my blood,” he wrote on social media.

Mercy Eke previously responded to her colleague CeeC and others making fun of age falsification.

The reality TV diva released her voter ID a few days ago, informing fans that she is ready to vote in the 2023 Nigerian general election. Even though her date of birth and address are withheld, her followers have done more to find out. Mercy Eke’s real age is 32 years old.

You covered your date of birth and left VIN that shows everything about you. Does this make sense to you? Anyway, I’m here to inform your that I just found out that you are 32 years of age. Don’t come here 29th Sept and claim 25 years o. Have a nice day,” the follower with the account, @Onenaijapatriot wrote.

Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Cynthia Nwadiora, popularly known as CeeC subtly shaded her fellow housemate, Mercy Eke who had altered her age.

CeeC on her part shared beautiful photos of herself on her verified Instagram and hinted that she’s too pretty to be 30.

“My pretty girl era. It’s like I go reduce my age oh. 30 years no just fit me,” she wrote.

Taking to her Instagram page a while ago, Mercy Eke bragged that those who throw shades at her belong to her behind, because that’s their position.

” I love people who throw shades behind my back, that’s exactly where they belong, behind my back,” she captioned the photos she posted.


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