Trolls have been slamming Africa’s answer to Kim Kardashian after she’s shared photos of her relationship with dimunitive musician Grand P.
Ivory Coast’s social media sensation, Eudoxie Yao, has told the trolls slamming her relationship with Guinean Grand P that “size doesn’t matter”.
The couple have faced criticism online after sharing loved-up photos, as many believe they are only together for commercial reasons.
However, these trolls have also been sharing nasty comments about the couple online.
The online trolls, who have made viscious comments, have insisted the relationship is a marketing stunt, as both the Ivorian and Guinean musicians are celebrities on the continent.
Videos have emerged of the pair online, as they’re swamped by photographers whilst out in public in Africa.
On Facebook, a smitten Grand P has described the model as his “baby”. Meanwhile, Eudoxie insists that they have a strong relationship, despite the intense backlash.
On Instagram, she told her nearly one million Instagram followers that she and Grand P are happy and are grateful for those that have supported their relationship.
Grand P, whose real name is Moussa Sandiana Kaba, was born with progeria, which is an extremely rare genetic disorder that has affected his height.
Despite his stature, the singer has lived life to the max and upon hearing of his new relationship, his fans were left shocked – especially when there were rumours he plans to marry Eudoxie.
Although marriage is on the cards, Eudoxie has apparently had to warn her potential fiancé to stop playing the field.
On a photo of the pair she shared online, she wrote: “My fiance Grand P, you claim you want me as your wife.
“But it is always you who kisses your fans on the mouth.
“At this rate, my parents may refuse the marriage.
“Pull yourself together because I know you love me.”
The Ivory Coast-born star is dubbed the “African Kim Kardashian” and claims to have the biggest butt in the whole of West Africa.
According to The Sun, the social media sensation has raked in a small fortune by cashing in on her assets. Like her idol, Kim Kardashian, she has used her unique looks to promote products and sell events and photos. Often, she appears on African television programmes.