Tuface's brother, Charles, has once again called out Annie Idibia, saying, "You made us the victims of your rage."

 More drama could be on the way when Tuface's brother, Charles Idibia, calls out the singer's wife, Annie Idibia, once more.

After a heated debate on Instagram on September 3, Charles called Annie Idibia out again on Sunday.


Annie had called out her spouse, Tuface Idibia, his family, and his children's moms, which sparked a furious argument. The actress claimed that, despite her patience and many sacrifices for Tuface and his children, the singer's family never liked her from the start, no matter how hard she tried.


Tuface's brother, Hyacinth Idibia, was also chastised by Annie for living with the singer, his children, and Pero in the same house.


In another Instagram post, Charles accused Annie of making them "victims of her fury and the war she has decided never to let go" by making them "victims of her rage and the war she has chosen never to let go."


He begged Annie to reconsider because she is always quick to cry fowl, claiming that he was afraid of where Annie's "violence" would end. Despite the fact that they don't always agree, the singer's brother stated that they will respond if she calls for war because "life is bigger than who has money and who doesn't."


Charles, who also wished Annie well, closed by saying, "We don't all have to be millionaires to be happy."


Finally... What bothers me the most these days is the violence. Annie, where does it end... the fighting...


"Your husband has his own wahala, but is it going to be your solution to the difficult predicament you've been thrust into? Is it true that if you stab him in the chest while he sleeps over a phone call from Pero requesting that he talk to his children in the middle of the night owing to the time difference with the United States... for example, that you will have peace? ...You'd be correct... and we'd be incorrect... then what? From that kind of setting, how does he even operate as a musician?


"Have a second thought, Annie; you made us victims of your fury and the war you refuse to end... You, on the other hand, are quick to scream fowl. We can't all agree with you all of the time because, because your husband is the "King" and you are the "Queen," we must all obey your every instruction and respond when you declare war...


"Life is more than whether or not you have money. To be happy, we don't all have to be millionaires. I wish you happiness and success. Annie, believe me, I've tried. Goodbye. "

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