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Relationship expert, Blessing Okoro Nkiruka takes to social media to lament after a fan requested a sum of N120k for a portrait she designed.

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The content creator while sharing her convo with the undisclosed netizen stated that she stumbled upon the artwork on the Instagram story of the social media user and decided to support her by purchasing it.

She further told the artist to frame the photo while promising to pay for it. However, after that was done, the artist slid into her DM to demand a sum of 120k for the portrait.

Blessing Okoro who saw this as an opportunity devised to milk her backed off from the deal and took to her Instagram page to share her experience.

She wrote:

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“Let us judge this matter…

So a random fan drew me, put it in her story, I saw it and acknowledged it, to support her I said frame it and send me I will pay for it. According to her, she famed it and asked me to pay 120k, added her account no. I felt irritated, I ignored her, she brought it down to 70k.

Now it’s funny how she is giving me price for something I willing wanted to buy to recipocrate love back. So I kuku told her to take to the art gallery and sell it for same price.

Funny enough I get artworks over 12 as gifts free. Now you see why the rich run from the poor.

Now you see why people especially celebrities never respond to you, because you always want to rip them off.

Change your mindset and stop being a collected, honestly I wanted to dash her 100k.

Learn to be a giver, you must not always collect.”

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