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Ayuk Isabella, Rejected 2012 Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria Confesses: "I Lied To Gain Stardom"





Ayuk Isabella, Rejected 2012 Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria Confesses: "I Lied To Gain Stardom"

The Miss World Beauty Pageant,  rejected 2012 Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) winner, Ayuk Isabella has finally opened up on the scandals that led to her disqualification at the Miss World pageant.

According to one of her Facebook update posts on Saturday, July 14, 2012, the controversial 25 years old professional beauty show contestant stated that she finally lost the war.

"I lost the battle all these years to win the war. Be underestimated rather than overrated. Out Of Ignorance, Joseph's enemies paid his transport fare to his land of fulfilment.

"Out of ignorance, my enemies will assist me to achieve my ultimate dream. For the glory of the latter shall surpass the former. I'm just a small town girl with big dream," the beauty queen now observing her National Youth Service Corps programme stated.

Later, Ayuk updated her Facebook page again with "scandal is necessary for stardom. Envious people always exist especially when they are afraid of your rising. As giants, we will dwarf them. In God I will always Trust. If God says YES, no human can say NO. Who God has blessed, is indeed Blessed."

On May 5, 2012, Ayuk was crowned queen at the MBGN contest, but was soon alleged of age cheat which reportedly made her to be rejected by the organisers of Miss World beauty pageant.

The first runner up, Dammiete Granville Charles has been chosen to represent Nigeria at the Miss World pageant taking place on August 18, 2012 in China. Isabella will now represent Nigeria at the Miss Universe pageant.


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