21 January 2013

Nigeria: Cossy Orjiakor Turns a New Leaf?

It is not strange to find controversial actress Cossy Orjiakor in cloths that lets her breasts almost fallout; in the past, it is either ignored or drooled over by fantasising men. However, in this case, Cossy may have bitten more than she could chew.

She had a rough start this year on the social network after posting pictures of herself clad only in lingerie that could (as usual) barely hold her breasts; her fans and social media followers put their foot down and said they'd had enough.

The insults poured like venom, building dangerously close to what Tonto Dike experienced after releasing her controversial singles but Cossy was unmoved and posted even more elicit pictures, lifting the roar of abuses several notches higher.

The height may have come when an open letter from a blogger Ngozi Kaniwo called on Ohaneze Ndi Igbo to call both Cossy and Tonto Dike to order.

Cossy had retorted with tweets of her own, calling this blogger names too heavy to publish; but then, Cossy may have seen the letter as a clear indication that she has to stop!

Days later, Cossy appeared online in a repentant pose, better covered.

Almost at once, the streams of abuses ceased and there has been blessed tranquility in our cyberspace ever since. Cossy has since gone under, perhaps to let things cool a little. She however insists she was not cajoled by her anyone to make this change but herself.

She'd tweeted

Cossy has been on location shooting the video of her new single Sexual seduction ft Durella released from her Playgirl studio late last year. She says the finished product should be released soon.

It is hoped that this good side of her stays for a pretty long time......

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