Popular brand influencer, Cynthia ‘Cee-c’ Nwadiora has sounded a warning to aphrodisiac brands after turning down an N8m deal with a kayanmata company.

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Taking to Instagram to pen a lengthy note clarifying the type of jobs she takes, Cee-c made it known that for moral reasons, she would never promote kayanmata products.

She wrote;

“Attention to all prospective brands/clients:
First of all, I want to thank all my past and current clients for their support and patronage. I must say that y’all have been a blessing to the Ceec brand. And for that I am eternally grateful.

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Furthermore, as we begin the new year, I’d like to make a promise to prospective brands/clients, that I will work my ass off to ensure that your brands and businesses that I influence, succeed.

That being said, I MUST make something clear: It’s not a race to being the most endorsed, for me. I’m not trying to be the most endorsed. I like money, but I also like abiding to certain moral and ethical principles and standards that supersede money.

Therefore, to brands/businesses that have- and continue to- reach out to me to influence products such as Aphrodisiacs (i.e. Kayanmata), body enhancement pills and/or products, and bleaching creams and/or products.

Please be advised that I will not be influencing or supporting the aforementioned pills, creams or products and their likes. Not now, not ever, no matter the money offered.
Now that that’s out of the way, I want to wish us all a productive and prosperous new year.”

Cee-c turns down N8M deal with 'kayanmata' brand over personal ethics

Cee-c turns down N8M deal with 'kayanmata' brand over personal ethics

Cee-c turns down N8M deal with 'kayanmata' brand over personal ethics

Cee-c turns down N8M deal with 'kayanmata' brand over personal ethics

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