US-based Nigerian dancer and singer, Korra Obidi has lamented the harsh criticism and backlash she receives on social media.

The mother of two, who has been repeatedly trolled for her choice of outfit or the type of content she posts, admitted in a video she shared online that it is affecting her mental health.

She noted that to curb the menace, she would be imposing restrictions on her live videos.

Declaring that she’s not anyone’s cyber punching bag, Korra added that for the next week, her live videos would be exclusive to subscribers only, and non-subscribers wouldn’t be able to see or engage with her videos.

She affirmed that, to protect her mental health, henceforth only her staunch supporters who have subscribed to her social media channels will be able to join her live session.

She reasoned that engaging with subscribers alone would reduce the negative remarks.  

“I am not your Cyber punching bag. Subscribers only Live videos from now on.” She wrote on Facebook

Watch video below,

Just recently, an old photo of Nigerian dancer Korra Obidi with her late mother that surfaced online has got netizens talking.

Korra’s sister, Nancy Umeh, recently went down memory lane as she shared an epic retro family photo on Facebook. The photo showed the dancer and her siblings as children with their parents.

Nancy, in an effort to address a defamation on social media involving their late mother’s image, reposted an old post and family photo Korra dedicated to the memory of their late mother on May 12, 2019.

However, reacting to the photo, netizens pointed out the striking resemblance between a grown-up Korra and her late mother.

In all honesty, at first glance, one would undoubtedly mistake her late mother for Korra in the picture. See the photo here.

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