Iceberg Slim and Juliet Ibrahim have been dropping cryptic messages for each other via social media since the latter announced she is single. The whirlwind love relationship between Juliet Ibrahim and her ex-boo, Iceberg Slim has not only gone sour, but both ex-lovers have also now gone ahead to drop encrypted messages aimed at each other.
It all started when the Ghanaian actress revealed that their relationship had crashed. According to her interview with Joy FM Ghana, she revealed that she did crazy things for love because she was infatuated. But Iceberg Slim who did not receive the backlash from her fans lightly seemed to respond to the actress by posting a direct shade at her.
“When a toxic person can no longer control you, they’ll try and control how other people see you. The misinformation will feel unfair, but stay above it, trusting that other people will see the truth, just like you did,” Slim wrote. This bitter exchange between the ex-lovers comes five months after they broke up from a seemingly loving relationship.
The two seemed to be in so much love as they complimented each other in every way possible while they were dating. They were so drunk in love that they got matching tattoos of each other and never had reservations to show public affection for each other. Although Juliet refused to speak on allegations that Iceberg Slim cheated on her, she says she has moved on from “negative vibes and narcissistic people who are too controlling.”
“The thing is we don’t want to go for anybody, I carried myself. When you are in love, you do crazy things and things happen and you move on, I don’t know because they say and I hear all sorts of things but people close to me know what happened. I wouldn’t say because no matter what I respect the people that I have been with. We broke up on a mutual term,” Juliet Ibrahim said in an interview with Accra-based Joy FM.
The duo started dating last year, just a few weeks after Iceberg Slim released a single titled ‘Oluwa’, in November 2017 and broke up in the early months of 2018.
See other screenshots posted by Juliet Ibrahim below: