Long ago, Christabel Amoabing who is popularly known in YOLO as "Lydia" shared her broken heart story on her Instagram account.
Days after, Christabel again posted a video on her Instagram account but this time she was very angry.
According to the YOLO star, Etty Bedi has been going round telling people about her broken heart issue and also teases her.
She continued by saying she has information about Etty Bedi which is worse than hers and for that matter she shouldn't dare her to bring it out. The video was a warning to Etty Bedi.
Most of her followers seeing her video told her not to mind her and that's how she is while others says she's not beautiful, she envy's Christabel.
Now the lastest post on Christabel Amoabing's Instagram account is the two actresses having fun.
"It was love after everything. Keep being the sweet girl @ettybedi ❤️❤️😘😘" a caption to the video.
Link to the video; https://www.instagram.com/p/CPK677Jnv4d/?utm_medium=copy_link
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