“Putting God and my peace first” – Phyna brags hours after 27th birthday

Big Brother Naija season 7 Level Up winner Ijeoma Otabor popularly known as Phyna has bragged online houses after her twenty seventh birthday.

Phyna shared sultry photos on her Instagram page to announce to her haters how she doesn’t care about the consequences of things she does.

She spoke about taking bold steps even when fear is inevitable, saying confidence follows a taken action.

She went on to talk about how one can choose to be stagnant in safety but progress in growth, advising that growth should be chosen without fear.

The controversial reality star made it known that she has chosen to put God first then her peace of mind follows.

“Stay afraid, but do it anyway. What’s important is the action. You don’t have to wait to be confident. Just do it and eventually the confidence will follow, One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again, We can’t become what we need to be by remaining what we are. Putting God and my peace first.”

Kemi Filani recalls that while counting down to her birthday, Phyna expressed how the year has been precious to her, saying she believed each year, good or bad, has contributed a fraction of what she is now.

Earlier this year, Phyna called out Multichoice for not sponsoring her trip to the Maldives and other winners’ prizes. The controversial actress fought tooth and nail to claim her prize from Multichoice.

Also, the Practitioners of Content Creating, Skitmaking, and Influencers Guild (PCCSIGN) sent a Memo to the organizers urging them to fulfill their promise to the reality star.

They listed out the unfulfilled promise they made to Phyna, and urged them to facilitate the release of the prize owed to her by the brands.

However, statements from Big Brother Naija All Stars season 8 winner, Ilebaye and winner of Big Brother Titans (a merger of BBNaija and BBManzi), contradicted Phyna’s claim. They both claimed that their prizes have been paid in full.

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