- Nicole Nyaba has taken to Instagram to let her fans know she is in "a good space"
- This is after some social media users claimed she was not doing well amid the Covid-19 lockdown
- She asked her fans to report any "fake" accounts on Twitter or Facebook that has her name
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Nicole Nyaba has taken to social media to let peeps know that she is in a "good space".
This is after she trended on Twitter on Monday following claims that she was not doing well amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
Tweeps said Nicole was missing her usual slay queen glow. The model and aspiring rapper posted on Instagram:
"I just wanna thank everybody for their heartfelt messages and support. But please believe me when I say I've been in a good space for a while and even now as we speak.
"I had to address the Twitter issue to clear my name and I couldn't find the words to address it because it became extremely exhausting."
She had earlier asked her fans to report any "Nicole Nyaba" accounts on Twitter and facebook.
"Extremely tired of people asking me about these fake Twitter/Facebook profiles. Please kindly report any Nicole Nyaba accounts on Twitter and Facebook."
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Her fans advised her to ignore the Twitter trolls.
"We are behind you mogirl... One love."
"Don't pay attention to them. Take care."
"During these hard times people are miserable and bored don't forget that. Ignore them baby girl it's the situation they're facing that's making them bitter."
"God never forsakes his soldiers. Stay strong sis."
"We Got You."
Briefly.co.za reported that Nicole expressed how she believed that people were too focused on her flaws and not on her knowledge and that is why no one really knows what "a great mind" she has.
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