Iyabo Ojo who claimed that she knew Funke Akindele very well, accused her of sponsoring a blog to discredit Toyin Abraham's movie.
This is coming after a platform (Cinemapointer) which specialises in reviewing movies, had ranked Akindele’s ‘Omo Ghetto: The Saga‘ above Abraham’s new film.
The platform had described Abraham’s movie (The Ghost And The Tout Too) as “a haplessly brain-dead story” while also alleging that the movie star attempted to copy Akindele’s concept in ‘Omo Ghetto’ sequel.
Pictures of Toyin Abraham
Iyabo Ojo responded in the post's comments section, accusing Funke Akindele of funding the review.
The actress also attacked the platform for it's assessment of Toyin Abraham's movie, claiming that the platform's purported attempts to discredit her colleague's work would fail.
"How much did Funke pay you to write this rubbish, the day she begins to find ways not to talk bad about her fellow colleagues or try to discredit their hardwork or personality that day she will begin to experience inner peace".
However, both Toyin Abraham and Funke Akindele are yet to react to Iyabo Ojo's comments.
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