Snik broke up with Giwta Iwannidou and refollowed Iliana Papageorgiou on Instagram


Snik and Giwta Iwannidou seem to be going their separate ways now. According to a report from the "Breakfast" show, he and Giwta are now seperated, so her profile has "disappeared" from his list of followers.

In fact, both have deleted their photos together.

However, the trapper seems to have followed a new profile on Instagram... and it's none other than his ex-girlfriend.

More specifically, Snik followed Iliana Papageorgiou. As Fotini Petrogianni reported, a few days ago, he was not following her, which proves that this move was made within the last few days.

The trapper, after his separation fromIliana Papageorgiou, entered a new relationship with Giwta in the summer. The two of them were inseparable and did not hide their love.

Snik's relationship with Giwta Iwannidou became known at the beginning of June, with the young model from Thessaloniki stealing the limelight.

At the beginning of their relationship, she worked in the catering industry and at the same time took photoshoots and participated in video clips.

In fact, she has also posed for the brand of Ioanna Touni, as the photos on her Instagram profile "testify".

Snik first unfollowed Iliana in September after telling revealing details of their relationship to "Our Breakfast" show, saying that although she did not regret the relationship, she could not tolerate some of his behaviours.

Over the summer, the trapper had been in the news several times, and all for the wrong reasons. First, there was an incident in Katerini with the wild fight in a club when his friends came to blows with other patrons.

A few days later in Thessaloniki,a video showed him having an intense argument with a teenageron the street.

Another incident came to light days ago as another trapper uploaded a photo of Snik and "warned" him that he would upload videos of him being beaten.

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