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  • Updated: June 05, 2023

Caramel Plugg Sues Boyfriend’s Side Chick, Seeks N35 Million Compensation

Caramel Plugg Sues Boyfriend’s Side Chick, Seeks N35 Milli

Popular social media influencer Caramel Plugg has taken legal action against Shalom Goodswill, whom she accuses of making defamatory statements and falsely accusing her of being in an abusive relationship with her boyfriend Manny.

The lawsuit is seeking a total of N35 million in damages.

In a statement released by Caramel Plugg’s team, they addressed the allegations circulating on social media, which were initially propagated by certain bloggers and influencers, including Tosin Silverdam Media, Oosha Gee, Shalom Godswill, Dera.Posh, Cutie_jullss, and Big Ayo, also known as 47Kasz.

The statement clarifies that Caramel Plugg, whose real name is Ogechi, has built a reputable online presence over the years.

However, she has become a target of false accusations, with the latest being the claim that she is in an abusive relationship with her partner.

Caramel Plugg’s team strongly refutes these claims, stating that she has been in a stable and loving relationship with her partner for almost two years.

The podcaster is demanding an immediate retraction of the malicious allegations.

Caramel Plug and Shalom, have been engaged in a dispute over Manny, who is allegedly involved with both of them.

The two women have been exposing secrets, allegations, and subliminal messages in their social media posts.

Instagram blogger Cutie Juls also weighed in on the situation, urging Burna Boy to intervene and address the behaviour of his aide before things escalate further.

The blogger alleged that Manny had assaulted Caramel in London but she chose to protect her partner when the police became involved.

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