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Justin Dean reacts as Korra Obidi sets up GoFundMe to amass funds to challenge his recent move

Justin Dean reacts as Korra Obidi sets up GoFundMe to amass funds to challenge his recent move..READ THE FULL STORY HERE▶▶▶

Justin Dean speaks amid Korra Obidi’s attempt to challenge his recent move

Justin Dean blows hot after his ex-wife, Korra Obidi solicited funds to challenge his recent actions.

Recall that Korra Obidi set up a GoFundMe account, appealing to fans to make donations to enable her to hire a good lawyer after Justin Dean obtained image rights protection from Meta, restricting her from posting her children online.

In reaction to Korra’s move, Dean took to Facebook to air the reason for his actions.

American chiropractor and ex-husband of Korra Obidi, Justin Dean takes to social media to disclose the reason for his recent actions.

Justin Dean had obtained image rights protection from Meta, restricting Korra Obidi from posting her children online, which left Korra Obidi begging for funds online to challenge Dean’s move in court.

In the face of this, Dean took to his Facebook page where he addressed netizens concerning the reason for his actions.

According to him, his daughters had their nudes exposed on 5 different occasions.

He went on to blast people with contrasting opinions.

He wrote:

“For those of you not listening
My daughter’s have had nudity exposed on 5 separate occasions. One of which included zoom.
F$ck your opinion.”

See the post below:

In his post, Dean expressed shock and concern about his daughter engaged in twerking, a sexually suggestive dance move, and questioned the appropriateness of such behaviour at her age.

He further criticized the notion of “women supporting women,” suggesting that allowing such behaviour does not protect the innocence of children.

No doubt, his ex-wife, Korra Obidi is known for her provocative style of dancing which often triggers backlashes from netizens....Continue The Full Reading.>’.

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