The die may have been cast for popular blogger, Linda Ikeji as her blog has been shut down by online servicing company Google.
The blog lindaikeji.blogspot.com is owned by model turned blooger, Linda Ikeji who is refeered to as Africa riches blogger. The action was carried out on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 by parent body of her blogspot, Google as a result of series of complaints and reports of unethical practices by the millionaire blogger.
The blog www.lindaikeji.blogspot.com is known to have become the No 1 online portal for news, gists and entertainment stories but most of her stories are said to be devoid of clear sources as Linda Ikeji is alleged to have been lifting stories from other sources of news both in mainstream media and new media. It got worse when a claim by cybersquatter with the twitter handle ‘AyeDee’ notified Google of her practices.
According to Linda, Ayedee informed Google about alleged plagiarism/copyright infringement of his works on her blog and Google shut down the blog. Responding to the sad development, Linda who hails from Imo State and acquired a Range Rover Evoque worth 21 million naira recently says that she has been under severe attacks lately by some internet scammers known as cyber-squatters who are doing everything humanly possible to pull her blog down and they might succeed.
Linda pleaded with her fans to bear with her as she might expand her blog with another name, employ more hands and as well concentrate more on her social and sex life. According to the blogger from Imo State, it has been long she savoured sexual pleasure, so its about time she went back to restore that aspect of her life. It is yet to be seen if Google will revert their decision and restore the domain back to her but things may never be the same as Linda comes down her high horse of arrogance according to those who she has had dealings with. Reports have it that Linda Ikeji makes $90, 000 from the internet-related services company, Google. Other reports say she ears $1 million a year, a combined stream of income from adverts placed on her blog and other services including what she earns from google.[Leadership]