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Maheeda Shares some of her struggles growing up as she celebrates her Birthday today





Today is Maheeda’s birthday and she has taken to Instagram to share some of the things she’s been through:

She posted the photo above and wrote:

Born throw way, had and still have no idea of where or who my relatives are, no education, no talent, no one to support, my country needed help talk less of helping someone. I did house girl and bar girl jobs but none could help with my dream and mind set. Men? My fellow black men as at that time loved half-caste ladies or educated ladies or ladies from a good family, who dash me any of that qualities? I don’t have those qualities. I had no house so I lived in the streets for days until I couldn’t take it anymore. Was raped, used deceived, and shot with a gun ?? A prostitute took me into her shelter and I had a place to sleep but hey I hit the streets with her every night to the club, hoping to see a white man to save me since I have been rejected and abandoned by almost everyone in my life!!!! See how I became a club girl? That was another experience… let’s not (forget) early pregnancy and the experience of being a single mother in a Lonely world.

But thank God I found a white guy that heard my life story and promised to give me hope. He did by the way. Since I had a white guy who was helping me with small small money to survive, I had nothing else to do as a job so I choose entertainment, why because I wanted to be somebody, all my life I have been feeling like a nobody, so I thought being famous will make me a somebody! I couldn’t sing to save my life. I remember going to the studio and the producer was like nah mhen!!! Lol but I begged him and tell him my story how bad I want to be a somebody, so he stared teaching me to use my voice until we could manage it… well he said thank God you have learned the act of seduction while In the club, use that he said…. and that was what I have been doing till date… but when I started so many Nigerians tried to push me down not knowing they were killing my last hope…. I forgive them all because they never knew. I still love them they only made me stronger! Well, story too long, so far so good, I don’t only have a roof over my head, I live in a mansion, I can’t only eat I feed others, I used to wear one pant for days now I dash girls colorful pants, I walked barefoot, now I give out shoes. Thank God for life…HBD to me??love y’all

Happy Birthday Maheeda!


  1. Warrichic

    November 22, 2016 at 11:21 am

    Wow, everyone has struggles to overcome. Maheeda’s struggles have been tough and I understand why she resorted to what she felt she had to. I understand how her mindset is set at using her sex appeal to get what she wants.
    I am not judging her, but now that she has been ‘rescued’ (as she put it), I wish she knew that she does not have to keep selling sex to to be able to earn the life she wants to live. She can still get a decent job or even go to school.
    Men are not the only key to being rich. Girl, you can be your own hero and I assure you that it will be extremely fulfilling! It is never too late to turn your life around. x

    • fastcars

      November 22, 2016 at 11:54 am

      she is a very rich housewife living in Europe. Everything is not traditional job and school.. This right here is her job. Housewifing, instgraming, releasing nudes e.t.c that is her job.

    • chika

      November 22, 2016 at 12:09 pm

      very well said @Warrichic

    • Fleur

      November 24, 2016 at 3:49 am

      Sad to hear. But Maheda, I know you married oyibo, but do you think he would want his colleagues to know that you are ex-opio? Your life was hard and you have overcome it beautifully. That is that. Dont make it a duty to remind everyone. Enjoy your current status and state of finding love. Revel in it. Love it. MOve on from the past publicly.

  2. Jezebel

    November 22, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    Eyyya! When will she release the naked pictures that normally follow her lengthy write ups after walking down memory lane, did she say?

  3. Spunky

    November 22, 2016 at 12:17 pm

    Oh dear…no judgement! Just do you. Happy birthday.

  4. tunmi

    November 22, 2016 at 2:39 pm

    I really like this chick.

  5. Loki

    November 22, 2016 at 4:50 pm

    Never judge a man till you’ve walked a mile in his shoes….

  6. Chi

    November 22, 2016 at 6:35 pm

    Its struggle everywhere . I pray God blesses you . Everyone has their own story. The only thing I hate is the white man savior complex and obsession with half caste people .

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