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why Linda Ikeji's Blog was Deleted

It reported earlier that Linda Ikeji had 
issues with a blogger, Mr. Aye Dee and 
Google over copyright material, a case which 
Google had already begun to look into. 
Things took an interesting twist when the 
gossip blogger released personal 
information about the man who she 
believed was witch hunting her. She wrote a 
post dedicated to that, shunning him as 
someone who was against her progress. 
As at when we visited her site, we saw the 
screen above. 

Interestingly, her mobile site is still 
functional as at the time of this update. Linda 
Ikeji, on the other hand, has taken to twitter 
to reassure her ardent readers: 
culled from
thatyorubaboy.com



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