DJ Mitchell: She faked her own death and should be arrested – Kemi Olunloyo

by Sola Legend
DJ Mitchell: She faked her own death and should be arrested - Kemi Olunloyo

Controversial journalist, Dr Kemi Olunloyo has reacted to the death and resurrection story of DJ Mitchell, saying she faked her own death to chase clout.

DJ Mitchell is a young and rising DJ who was alleged to have died from drowning on a beach on Thursday 18th of November 2021. On Friday however, the news of her resurrection trended yet again after her sister posted that she has been rescued and is alive.

While most people believed that the power of prayer brought her back to life, some think that it is a publicity stunt to help boost DJ Mitchell’s career.

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Dr. Kemi Olunloyo is one of the few who found it hard to believe that she drowned in the beach in the first place and believes that she and her sister should be arrested for using “death” to chase clout.

Read her post on Twitter below:

How rising Nigerian DJ Michelle Abesin FAKED her own death with her sister Stella as a social experiment. She got famous in death said one commenter. Her sister even blamed 🏖 beach goers of watching her drown no rescue.

DJ Mitchell: She faked her own death and should be arrested - Kemi Olunloyo

Also reacting to the new development was singer Small Doctor

Small Doctor also took to his instastory to share a picture of the lady DJ with the caption “And a baby girl was found alive”

See image below…

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DJ Mitchell: She faked her own death and should be arrested - Kemi Olunloyo

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