The former crowned winner of Most Beautiful Girl in Rivers State (MBGRS), Miss Tammytara Abaku, a 200level student of Mass Communication in Rivers State University who hurriedly ‘resigned’ some days ago, did so because he was scared she may be dethroned after series of failed attempt to scam and dupe the organizer and the CEO Amaris Household Media, Miss Tina H. Awuse.
The CEO of Amaris Household Media alleged Miss Tammytara duped and scammed them firstly when she was given some money for a photoshoots at a specified location but she diverted the money and never showed up with any photoshoots till date.
Secondly, that the former Most Beautiful Girl in Rivers State when she came up with the issue of School fees which she tried to directly pay for her but the former beauty queen had an ulterior motive behind her requests.
Thirdly, that the former beauty queen never for once participated in any official outing with the organizers but usually goes out to an official events, shows, programs without the prior consent of the organizers and will later claim ignorance about the whole thing.
After she hurriedly ‘resigned’ as the crown queen in other to avoid her dethronement from the Organizers of Most Beautiful Girl in Rivers State and the CEO of Amaris Household Media, Miss Tina Awuse she went and start granting interviews to some wannabe bloggers who still struggle to direct traffic to their newbie site that is still crawling and still remains unknown to the people of Port Harcourt and Rivers State at large.
Tammytara Abaku does not have any atom of truth in her and has been moving around deceiving the gullibles who can easily be bought with her cheap and unproductive lies.
Though when profjaysblog team called Tammytara Abaku she declined any of these and said there was no issues between she and the organizers and they still maintain a very good relationship.
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