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Chacha Eke opens up on wrecking properties due to her bipolarity



Nigerian actress, Chacha Eke in a video shared on Instagram platform has revealed she has destroyed home appliances, equipment and other household properties.

The actress earlier today was reacting to the video of a teenage-looking boy who was seen destroying home appliances because his mother collected his cellphone from him.

Reacting to the video, Chacha Eke stated that she ‘sees herself in the boy’. She stated that the young man is suffering from mental illness and he should be curbed immediately.

The actress stated that she has been in a similar position with the boy.

It would be recalled that in 2020, the actress disclosed that she was bipolar.

“This morning I watched a viral video of a twelve-year-old boy who literally wreaked his mum’s house because she seized his phone. I’m making this video hoping it gets to the mum,” she said in the video.

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According to the actress, what transpired at the home of the young man, is a sign of mental illness.

“Ma’am contrary to the opinion in the comment section, your boy is sick, he is mentally ill. Because I recognise myself through your son. I have wreaked household properties, equipment and all sort at different times,” she added.

Here is the video of the boy’s speaking about his mental illness.

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Listen to Chacha Eke’s reaction below.

Eke has spoken about her mental health ailment on numerous occasions on social media.

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