Apostle Suleman: Twitter takes down Stephanie Otobo’s posts

Stephanie Otobo Apostle Johnson Suleman accuser

Twitter has taken down explicit posts made by Canada-based Nigerian singer Stephanie Otobo on Monday.

The explicit content were part of screenshots of a video call she allegedly had with Suleman.

Qed.ng observed on Tuesday that the posts were no longer on the platform. Otobo had also restricted her tweets to her followers.

Otobo began her allegations in 2017, saying she had sexual relationship with the clergyman. Suleman denied the allegations.

On Monday, she also released a diss track titled ‘Apostle’, saying it was her special gift to Suleman.

“If these screenshots were fake, how did I get his pics that aren’t public in the first place and how come I’m the first to release this kind of pics of him? He has changed his hairstyle twice since I came out to speak up with receipts. He has done a lot to appear different,” she said.

“If the di*k pic isn’t his, what is he gonna say about the scar oh his left thigh? His wife can’t deny that scar. How did I know he has a scar on his left thigh if we didn’t have intimacy? Lol. If he’s denying it, he should open up his thigh let’s see. His nails too say it all.”

Otobo claimed she never planned to lay allegations against the clergyman but that “he pushed me to the wall and the only way I could fight back was to cry out and made everything known.”

The singer also alleged that Suleman poisoned her and tried everything to stop her progress.

Her fresh attacks immediately put Suleman on Nigeria’s trend list.

But Suleman insisted he would only react to his earlier tweets about the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).