Monday, 22 September 2014


It is no doubt, a period of maximum celebration for top blogger, Linda Ikeji. The reason is not far-fetched because the super sexy blogger’s profile has skyrocketed in the last few months, all thanks to her money spinning blog

Her blog gets over  500,000 visits daily and is a hotspot for online advertisers.

Linda’s blog reportedly rakes in an average of N5 million naira a month from adverts from various brands and online Ad networks, which makes her the higest earning blogger in Nigeria.

The Imo-born Big Babe who exudes so much self-confidence is a self made lady who knew what she wanted from a young age. She equally knew how to go about it.

She started out with modeling in 1998 but quit in 2005 because of the rigors involved in the line of the job and veered into blogging fully in 2007 and ever since, it’s been a roller coaster.

She has made a huge success of her career in blogging and lives an affluent lifestyle. She spends heavily.

She has 3 wonder-on-wheels which with she cruises around town; 2008 Toyota Camry (N2.5 million), 2011 Infinity FX 35(N8 million) and the newly acquired Range Rover 2014 model value at about (N24 million naira).

Not only that,  findings revealed that the acclaim blogger is putting together a multi millionaire mansion.

And the site is identified as inside billionaires’ enclave in Lagos.

Informants divulged the highly revered blogger is keeping the development very low key.

She want to make it another bang of a surprise like the wonder 5 bedroom duplex she built for her parent in her hometown of Nkwerre in Imo State valued at over N35 million naira.

The under construction home is planned to cement her image as a blogger far ahead of her peers in wealth, comfort and related zone..

Linda is very happy person at the moment. She recently turned 34 year old and she’s living her dreams. To celebrate her birthday, she got herself Range Rover 2014 model and presently putting together another multi-million naira home in a highbrow area in Lagos valued at over N65 million naira.

She also bought N4 million naira Honda Accord (Evil Spirit Babay) valued at over N4 million naira for Her younger brother, Pekky recently as his birthday present .” The insider divulged. 

As a humanitarian, the successful entrepreneur has always been committed to community outreach. Her LIB monthly give away of N200, 000 thousand naira for eight winners every month is a testament to that. And not forgetting her “I’D Rather Be Self Made Campaign” where she will mentor and help some young girls to start their own businesses.

Source revealed she budget over N20 million naira for the campaign.

We also learnt she solely bankroll her sister, Laura Ikeji reality show that will hit the airwaves soon and it gulped over N10 million naira to put the show together.

Linda did the unimaginable sometime in December last year when she went on shopping spree in Dubai alongside her sister, Laura and they splashed over N5 million naira on fashion accessories like “ Miu Miu handbag, Prado Milano Bag, Fendi & Prada bag, YSL shoe, Casadei shoes, Fendi wrist watch etal.
However, it has been observed that this pretty babe who possesses the aura that many believe should attract men in their numbers is still actually searching for a husband seriously.

According to Linda “I am just taking my time. I am still searching for a person who is good for me, a person that is perfect for me.

He doesn’t have to do anything. He just has to be himself. There are 6 billion people and choosing one person out of this number means that the person is someone you want to be with. Someone who for some reason, you cannot explain how he makes you happy. When you are with such people, they don’t have to say anything to make you happy. You’re just happy being in their presence.

I don’t care what people think about me. When God is ready for me, He’ll give me a husband. I can marry at any age depending on when God gives him to me “. Linda squealed.

As the ex-model cum blogger keeps soaring like a bird in the sky, let be hopeful that she’ll locate her Mr. Right soonest and have the fairytale wedding she has always dream of.


It was early 2000, I was 19 years old, in my second year at the University of Lagos. I'd been a model for about a year and a half then. Modeling back then didn't pay a lot. Sometimes you eat, sometimes you can't find food. Sometimes you had money, sometimes you will have to beg for it. I'm not from a rich home. I started struggling since I was 17 to support my family. So I kinda hard a tough life growing up but I kept working, doing all sorts of modeling jobs, ushering, fashion shows, and at one point I sold beer at a hotel. I'd leave lectures, go to a hotel and sell beer from 1pm till 10pm. I did this for a few months. It wasn't easy but I had to survive. One of the things I said to myself back then was, the day I sell my body to a man for money, may God strike me dead. I was determined to make it on my own, never let any man take my dignity. In those days, most young girls had an aristo...I was never one of those girls. I would rather starve or beg for food than give my body to a man for money.

So back to my story. It was early 2000, I hadn't done any modeling jobs in a bit. I didn't have any money in school, hadn't eaten a proper meal in days, there was no money at sister called and asked if I could send money home...didn't have any. I wondered what to do...then I thought of this aristo who had been chasing me for months now...old his fifties. I said to myself, why don't you call him and beg him for money. Tell a lie, say you need it to go to the hospital 'cos you're sick or something that desperate. Which was what I did. What he said to me was 'you know I like you. I don't know why you're behaving like a child. You need someone to take care of you blah blah blah'. Eventually he said I should meet him at a hotel. I will never forget that hotel...Ambassadors hotel in Ikoyi. I was apprehensive about going but I was desperate...I said to myself what's the worse that can happen? It's not like he will rape you and there was no way in hell I would sleep with him, so I figured even if he didn't give me the money I asked for, at least he would give me money for transport fare to go back home...that transport fare was what I was looking forward to honestly. I didn't have a dime on me, in fact I borrowed small money from a friend to go to the hotel.

So when I got there, he bought me hotel food (my first real meal in days...:-)) and after I was done eating, he made his move. I shoved him off. He kept trying and I kept pushing him away and after a while he got angry and said something like, why did you come here then? Are you a child? He was angry that I made him pay for a hotel room, spent money on food etc and not give him what he wanted. So he got up to leave...and I told him I didn't have any money to go back to school. If looks could kill, I would have died in that moment he turned to look at me. He left the hotel room, and I followed him. I kept begging and trying to explain to him that I didn't have transport to go back, he didn't say a word to me as he entered his vehicle and drove off.

I stood in front of the hotel wondering how I was going to get back to school. All I had on me was N15. N15 wasn't going to take me from Ikoyi to Akoka. In my plans, I never imagined that I wasn't going to at least get a few thousands from him. I'd seen this guy before...he was a friend's boss. He owned a media business back then and every time I went to see this friend, this man would call me into his office...tell me how pretty I am, how much he likes me and how well he can take care of me. And he always gave me 5k whenever I was ready to leave his office. But this time I was the one who called he must have figured I was ready to give in. We both misunderstood each other, I guess...:-)

Anyway, after standing in front of the hotel for a few minutes, I went back in and saw a young man at the front desk. I explained my situation to him...he was kind enough to give me N100 and that was the money that took me half way home. By the time I got to Yaba, I'd run out of cash, so I trekked from Yaba bus stop to UNILAG Akoka. I remember saying to myself while I was trekking with tears in my eyes, that one day I'm going to make something of myself...every money I make in this world would be my own hard earned money...I don't care how bad it gets, no man is ever going to take away my self respect...that's all I have!

And that's the way I lived. Determined to make it in life. On my own terms. As my own woman. I kept struggling and struggling until God finally blessed me. Now I have more money than I even know what to do with it. I make millions of naira from what I love doing...blogging. The best part of all this is that I would blog for free. Now I don't chase money chases me. It's not even just about the money, it's the great friends I've met via this blog, the wonderful people I interact with here, the freebies I get. How much of a big deal I am to some people. How some people see me in person and scream with excitement and want to take photos with me. Sometimes I pinch myself...I almost can't believe this is my life.

Once in a while I think of that 19 year old girl who trekked for miles to school because she would not sell her body and I say to her, we made it, Linda, we made it!

So maybe I'm not a role model in terms of what I do, but I know I'm definitely a role model as a young woman. To all the young girls out there, if you're reading this, you can make it on your own. You don't need to spread your legs for men, you don't need these old married men who just take your glory. You're strong, you're beautiful, there's nothing you can't achieve on your own. God has given you something no one else has. Find what it is and build yourself. Don't worry about what other girls around you have. Dignity is far more valuable than a range rover. Make it in life on your own terms and as your own woman, so that you can look back one day and be proud of who you were and who you are.

I wish every one well in their journey. God bless.

Linda Ikeji


                                                 THE MANSION SHE BUILT FOR HER PARENT
                                              LINDA'S FASHION ACCESSORIES SHE SHOP FOR IN DUBAI
                                    LINDA PAYING FOR ALL WHAT SHE SHOP FOR IN DUBAI
                                               THE HONDA RIDE LNDA BOUGHT FOR HER YOUNGER BROTHER


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