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Lydia Forson Named As One Of The Alleged Lovers Of Desmond Elliot. Popular Nigerian blogger, Cutie Julls has made serious allegations against Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson as one of the lovers of Nigerian actor cum politician Desmond Elliot.

According to Julls, Desmond Elliot and Lydia Forson were allegedly caught in a hotel in Lagos by Desmond Elliot’s wife.

All these revelations are based on the Desmond Elliots recent rants about Nigerian Youths which angered a lot of his celebrity friends. He had stated that the Nigerian government should regulate social media as the youth are full of bitterness and hate.

According to Desmond, he checked comments following the EndSARS protest and he couldn’t believe his eyes.

The statement, “Desmond Elliot is a proof that a young person could be the President of this country and still fail u” has gone viral as Nigerians shockingly react to it.

Reacting to the incident, Cutie Julls called out Desmond Elliot for being a hypocrite and despite being a young person in parliament he decided to take the sides of the government instead of the youth.

Check out the post below, Lydia Forson Named As One Of The Alleged Lovers Of Desmond Elliot.

Men With Big Manhood Have The License to Talk to Us Rudely’- Lydia Forson. Lydia Forson, while goofing around with the famous Tik Tok app, disclosed that it’s only men with big manhood who can talk to her anyhow.

Tik Tok (formerly known as musical.ly) is a social media platform for creating, sharing, and discovering short music videos, think Karaoke for the digital age. The app musical.ly was used by young people as an outlet to express themselves through singing, dancing, comedy, and lip-syncing.

The popular app has invariably shown how creative some people can be, especially during the lockdown period when Covid-19 was in its devastating period. Lydia also used the moment to excite her fans to while away time and it was loaded with fun throughout.

Watch the video below; Men With Big Manhood Have The License to Talk to Us Rudely’- Lydia Forson.