Between Mikel Obi’s girlfriend and a follower who called her out for blasphemy

Olga Allegra, Nigerian Footballer and Super Eagles captain, Mikel Obi’s girlfriend, was dragged into an exchange with her followers who called her out for blasphemy.

Mikel Obi’s girlfriend had the exchange with her followers after she shared a photo of Jesus on the cross, holding shopping bags. The photo came with this caption;

Happy Catholic Easter my dear Easter bunnies. And let’s remember that all the chocolate eggs, presents and bunnies is not what it’s all about 🙏🏼#HappyEaster

However her followers saw the photo as blasphemous and called out for it.

@byk_ducci tweeted: Have you seen such a cross before? That’s blasphemy. Say the truth, you don’t put gifts around the cross with the image of Christ. What’s the reason?

@porsche.bill tweeted: Even her husband @mikel_john_obi Never liked the post, let me say this please…. Please we should respect Jesus Christ, and the crucifixion… He was bruised because of us and he arose after the 3rd day, Christ is not man… He is a spiritual being…please we should respect his majesty, @olga_allegra thanks… Regards to my cute twins 😍😍… #HappyEaster once again.

However replying the comments, Olga Allegra wrote;

@porsche.bill yep, next time I’ll tell him to pause the match and like my posts 🤣🤣🤣happy easter and learn to understand the underlying message

This is coming after Olga Allegra clapped back at a troll who told her to prepare “African man food” for Mikel Obi, after she posted a photo of him and one of their kids eating spaghetti.

“My spaghetti #peanut#ChinaChronicles mastering the fork skills ,” she wrote in an Instagram post.

A follower @iamjennykedo wrote in the comment section of the photo, “@olga_allegra Spaghetti is not an African Man favourite @mikel_john_obi deserves better…. Learn how to prepare Fufu or pounded yam with bitter leaf soup or Oha soup.”

She replied by writing; “Long story short. There are other ways to a man’s heart than his stomach I am a legendary cook FYI”


When you see a man of worth, think of how you may emulate him. When you see one who is unworthy, examine yourself. - Confucius