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Eva Alordiah Rapper remains silent concerning rumours of cancelled engagement

The femcee is yet to clearly confirm if the rumour concerning her alleged breakup with her fiancé is true.

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Rapper, Eva Alordiah has resorted to an indirect approach to disclaim reports that she is no longer engaged to her fiancé, Caeser Ume-Ezeoke.

Addressing Instagram followers yesterday, the femcee explained her reason for keeping mum about the rumours in a bid to avoid more controversy.

Rapper Eva and fiancé Caesar play

The couple got engaged on January 1, 2016.

(Instagram )

 

According to the rapper, reporters are only out to get a story whether it is true or not.

"I share myself with you guys a lot and that's simply because it is the one true way I know how to live fully.

"So be assured that If I didn't say it to you, then its not true. There are a Lot of Bloggers who just want a story and would do whatever to hit 'Publish' without caring if what they have posted is true or not.

"But I know this 'way' so I play siddown look a lot.

"Instead I am so focused right now on what and How I am serving you here, that it is more important for me to continue to do my work than to stop at every ignorant post and make a response.

"I have Stopped indulging and giving my time to "bloggers" who are here with a mission to Waste my Time on things that do not expand my consciousness and improve my Life."

Though the rapper took a subtle way to refute the rumours about her breakup with Caeser, the same can't be said about the latter.

 

He confirmed in a chat with Pulse News that his engagement with Alordiah still remains.

The reason for the prolonged rumour however is due to inactivity on the Instagram handle, @evaandcaesar  which the couple both share.

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