“My Sister Is Not Bipolar.”- Cha-cha Eke’s Brother Blasts Her Husband.

“My Sister Is Not Bipolar.”- Cha-cha Eke’s Brother Blasts Her Husband.

Nigerian actress, Cha-cha Eke’s brother, Ikechukwu Eke has reacted to a video that was recently shared by Cha-cha, where the actress claimed that she has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Recall that 2709updates, recently reported that Cha-cha Eke shared another video that brought about the concerns of many fans. In the video, the actress claimed that she is currently in a hospital and that she has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, she also debunked claims that she is a victim of domestic violence.

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This video brought about the concern of Cha-cha’s brother, Ikechukwu who took to his Instagram handle to discredit claims that she is bipolar.

In his new post on Instagram, Ikechukwu talks about his sister’s rocky marriage, he notes the fact that he likes to remain low-key on social media, but has no other choice in this case as he has to support his sister, Cha-Cha.

He made it known in his post that his sister, Cha-Cha has not used a phone for five days, and accused Austin Faani, the actress husband of posting the video without her consent in order to clear his name at her expense.

SEE HIS POST BELOW:

He then shared another post, this time sending a warning to Austin Faani, Cha-cha’s husband that the world knows that the video is a cover up, and even though he had said earlier that Austin’s marriage with his sister did not end because of domestic violence does not mean that Austin is innocent.

SEE HIS POST BELOW:

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Hmm.., do you have the feeling that something fishy is going on in this whole Cha-cha Eke’s saga?. Feel free to share your thoughts on this in the comment section below.

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“My Sister Is Not Bipolar.”- Cha-cha Eke’s Brother Blasts Her Husband.

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