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Instagram deletes Tunde Ednut’s account AGAIN

For the fourth time, Imstagram has deleted Tunde Ednut’s account, as the controversial blogger continues to appear in their bad books.

He has attributed his struggles with the media sharing app as the work of his enemies.

In the space of seven months, Instagram has deleted the account of musician turned blogger, Tunde Ednut, four times.

He has always been in a vigorous tussle with Instagram after creating a second Instagram account early this year which eventually got suspended a few days after and now completely deleted.

“Follow these backup and help repost. Thank you so much,” the entertainer had posted on his backup page.

The singer was stripped of his first verified Instagram account with over 2.6 million followers and an engaging audience for violating Instagram’s terms and conditions in December.

However, he made his way back to the platform on January 10, 2021, after orchestrating a N1 million giveaway to aid his followership recovery.

Instagram deletes Tunde Ednut’s account AGAIN

He successfully recovered over a million followers in his new account, which has now been deleted from the platform.

 

 

 

Instagram deletes Tunde Ednut’s account AGAIN

 

 

 

 

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