A journalist named David Hundeyin took to Twitter to accuse Kiki Mordi of having sex with BBC producers for roles.
Kiki, who gained prominence following the BBC African Eye documentary, Sex For Grades, was called out by David on Twitter after people took to the platform to share their experiences with horrible bosses.
Kiki Mordi was one of those co-hosting a space where people were sharing about their horrible bosses.
David Hundeyin then took to Twitter to throw the first punch by alleging that the “co-host of the space is the beneficiary of a toxic action by one of the most toxic bosses in the entire Nugerian media space.”
Though David didn’t mention names, it was clear he was referring to Kiki who was a co-host. Then, to clear all doubts, he mentioned BBC Africa.
Kiki responded, revealing that David was just pained because he was not the centre of attention in the conversation.
Kiki later took to Twitter to reveal that David blocked her “like a coward” after she responded to his tweet where he accused her of benefitting from a toxic boss.
Hours later, David returned to Twitter to accuse Kiki of sleeping with BBC producers for roles.
“Let’s hope you’ve stopped sleeping with BBC producers for roles,” he wrote.
He then dared Kiki to “come for” him and he will respond by deconstructing her career.
Kiki called his bluff by coming for him, writing: “Okay? I hereby come for him.”
In response, David said that Kiki is not the creator of the Sex For Grades documentary that made her popular and won her awards.
Responding to David’s claim that she sleeps with BBC producers for roles, Kiki laughed it off, adding that he’s essentially calling her a prostitute.
Meanwhile, David has been asked to provide proof that Kiki sleeps with producers for roles but he hasn’t done that yet.