Some hours ago, Crystal Okoye shared a video of what transpired between her and Chizzy Alichi online. She said Chizzy made her lose her job because she didn't celebrate her on her birthday in 2020.
According to Crystal, she traveled to Enugu for Chizzy's wedding ceremony in 2019. And in the same year, Chizzy didn't celebrate her on her birthday. In 2020, Crystal also ignored her on her birthday. And this led to beef. Chizzy blocked Crystal on Instagram. And they became foes.
Crystal was to feature in a movie today. And after she came in contact with Chizzy on set, which lost the job. This is because Chizzy called the producer and told him that she can't feature in a movie with her.
Crystal has taken to her handle to cry out saying, "Chizzy you are not God. If your senior colleagues did what you did to me today, you wouldn't be where you are".
This sparked reactions online as fans and celebrities in the Nollywood Industry gave several opinions.
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