Ada Ameh, Nigerian actress, has lambasted Kate ‘Ka3na’ Jones, ex-BBNaija housemate, over the reality star’s handling of a female fan who tattooed her name on her thigh.
The 26-year-old entrepreneur has been in the news since pictures and videos of a fan getting the tattoo with the name ‘Ka3na’ surfaced online and went viral.
Ka3na had earlier slammed the fan, while also denying allegations that she requested for the tattoo.
Her reaction had, however, sparked controversies with many Nigerians sharing contrasting views.
Weighing into the arguments on Wednesday, Ameh called out Ka3na for reproaching the female fan when she was the one who actually requested for the tattoo from her fans.
“I don’t know this girl’s name; I saw her video yesterday and I was so upset. I think she was in Big Brother Nigeria, she was in the house,” she said in a video on her Instagram page.
“You went on Twitter; you wrote something that you would have loved somebody to have a tattoo of you on their body and this young lady did. You now came to say what she did was wrong after she had done it.
“That was sarcasm, as far as Ada Ameh is concerned, and that was very wicked of you and that is still very wicked of you. You know yourself, and after this video, I know that people who know her would tag her. I know that she can never talk to me; she cannot even dare it because all of us are good with our mouth. She cannot even dare it because ‘craze get level’.”
The movie star said Ka3na ought to have come to terms with the fact that fans could go any length just to show their love for a celebrity they look up to.
“My point is that tweeting that, we don’t know that a lot of people look up to us. Some people can crazily love you to a very destructive point,” she added.
“You encouraged her, she tattooed you and at the end of the day, you said it was wrong. You gave instances that I could not listen to till the end because I was so angry.
“I wish Instagram had a place that you can send a voice note to. I would have done that to that stupid girl. I call her stupid without any apology. You came and you were blabbing. Ha! That was wrong.
“Medicine after death, you have done the damage already. You were the one that came out to ask and, apparently, when you were in the house, she liked you and she calls you her role model.”