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Cubana Chief Priest calls out BBNaija’s Maria for stealing sister’s husband

The celebrity bar man said the reality TV star stole his sister’s husband and was still threatening her.

• October 24, 2021
Maria and Cubana Chief Priest
Maria and Cubana Chief Priest

Self-styled celebrity barman Pascal Chubuike Okechukwu, popularly known as Cubana Chief Priest, has accused Maria Benjamin, a housemate in the Season 6 of TV reality show Big Brother Naija, of stealing his sister’s husband and allegedly threatening her. 

The socialite laid the allegation via a pointed message on his Instagram page on Sunday.

“@grandfish1 @Iam_lolofish_27 I get dollars for you, I get pounds for you, there’s nothing sweeter than family, wives stay woke girls like @mariachikebenjamin are coming for your husbands, she stole my sisters husband as if that’s not enough, she is sending her threats, that I won’t let it slide, Kelvin I Dey find una come that Dubai nothing must happen to my sister,” he captioned in the post.

In a follow up post with a video showing Maria and his brother-in-law Kelvin, who tried to cover his face, the outspoken celebrity went further to explain how Maria has been threatening his sister.

“@mariachikebenjamin how on earth will you threaten a married woman who has a male and female offspring to leave her husband for you or die?” 

He also expressed how ashamed he is of his brother-in-law. 

“Kelvin [I] am so ashamed of you, all of us Dey street, you no carry woman pass anybody but we can never make home miserable for our woman to the point a side chick calls your wife to threaten her life…”

So far, there has been no response from Maria or her team on the allegations. 

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