Popular nollywood actor, Olatayo Amokade, also known as Ijebuu, has taken to his Instagram page to attack popular celebrity, Ruggedman. Ruggedman had earlier took to his page to say it is only actresses that are doing well than their male counterparts. He said it is obvious that actors are struggling with their financial life. Ruggedman said he wanted to come into nollywood but because of the rate of success the actors are experiencing, he is not coming.
The statement made Ijebuu react. According to the renowned actor, he said all-male actors are doing fine. Ijebuu explained that the statement said by Ruggedman is too much as he is not in a position to say such a thing. Ijebuu explained that it is not until he shows all his wealth on social media before he can be tagged a rich man.
The actor, however, warned Ruggedman to stop saying such a thing on social media.
His fans have reacted to the post. They sad Ijebuu is only been economical with the truth because the female celebrities are doing far better than them.
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