Popular Nollywood actress and social media skit queen, Iyabo Ojo, called out fellow actress and movie producer, Funke Akindele-Bello over their colleague, Toyin Abraham’s new movie titled ‘The Ghost and the Tout Too’.
Nollygistv understands that Iyabo Ojo calls out Funke Akindele-Bello because, she believes Funke paid ‘Cinema Pointer’, a movie review page on Instagram to discredit Toyin Abraham’s hard work, after the social media page review the newly-released comic movie.
“How much did Funke pay you to write this rubbish?” Iyabo had asked rhetorically commenting on the review which compares “The ghost and the Tout Too” to Funke Akindele’s ‘’Omo Ghetto The Saga’’.
Ojo said the day Funke begins to find ways not to talk bad about her colleagues or discredit their works or personalities, that day she will begin to experience inner peace.
She said, “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 discredit their work or personality, that day she will begin to experience inner peace.”
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