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Kola Ajeyemi, Toyin Abraham’s husband, has broken his silence over the controversy surrounding actress Yomi Fabiyi’s new film ‘Oko Iyabo.’
NenyKo recounts that Yomi Fabiyi became the focus of social media debate following the publication of a film he created to convey the tale of what happened on July 5th between Baba Ijesha, Iyabo Ojo, and Princess.
In the film titled ‘Oko Iyabo,’ the human rights activist played roles named after people involved in the case, including actors Iyabo Ojo and Olarenwaju Omiyinka alias Baba Ijesha, who both acted in the unsettling CCTV tape.
The embarrassing situation has caused outrage on social media, with social media savvy Nigerians condemning the actor for attempting to falsify facts in the current sexual assault case against Baba Ijesha.
Toyin’s husband, Kola Ajeyemi, responded by making a video in which he denounced the film and its creator, Yomi Fabiyi.
According to Kola Ajeyemi, there is no longer any love and togetherness in the film and entertainment industries.
Further, the father of two stated that Nollywood stars are not setting a good example and are being mocked in public as a result of the scandals.
Kola mentioned that he has alot to say but he would rather keep mute. He however urged actors to make good movies with meaningful messages.
Watch the video below:
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Reacting to this video;
@iamtytoyin wrote “God bless you our only daddy ire … much respect …Ema soro mooo.your message has been pass”
@hajia_ayinkeade_bizmillahy wrote “Complete man with unlimited wisdom”
@pretty_faiths wrote “Well said man of honor”
@thopman_ wrote “Man is always on a low key . Your vibes and adage alone is on point keep being you man. You’rebuilding a good legacy for the upcoming actors”
@omobolaafolayan5 wrote “Thanks so much dad ire ,u just speaks my mind majority are going for fame,they are not passing the msg that the world need.i pray the lord separate the weeds from the charft.epoo Binu alikaama”
@codedboi15 wrote “Mr you just earn my respect real men don’t talk much”