Nigerian actress Iyabo Ojo has criticized fellow actress Lizzy Anjorin on social media.
Recalls that Iyabo Ojo previously dragged Lizzy Anjorin on social media after calling her “Obo rubber.”
Fans and followers assumed that the mother of two was speaking to Lizzy Ajorin even though she didn’t give her name when she posted in the comment area.
The mother of two has since received support from Lizzy Anjroin on her social media platforms.
In a recent update, Iyabo shared a disclaimer post, noting that while she respects her partner, his children, and many other people she holds dear, she will speak up if Lizzy mentions her name.
In her words, ” My silence is golden……….. bcos i have a lot of respect for my man, OBIM, my children & a lot of people i hold dear to my heart, most especially @iamlolaalao .
You will never get a video from me 🦎 no matter how hard you try bcos you aren’t worth my precious black bonnet, which is only meant for important issues.. .
But trust me when i say ………my leg is never going to leave your neck🤪 You go explain, taya…… . If e sure for you, mention my name & let’s get it started, but until then, enjoy the cruse .
My beautiful wig from @mblluxuryhairlinellc Please don’t forget to patronize my darling sis in Canada @iamlolaalao”
How it started
According to information on circulating on social media, the brouhaha started when Lizzy reportedly taken offence with Iyabo’s humoured action at a senior colleague, Lola Alao’s Canada shop where she demonstrated how certain Facebook bloggers have mastered the art of flaunting their egos and faking their statuses.
Iyabo had allegedly displayed to Lola’s amusement how the ‘so-called Facebook celebrities’ attack one another online, spilling long-kept dark secrets about their targeted opponents using the attack to promote their fabric business.
Those who should know have said Iyabo’s action was a veiled attack on Lizzy Anjorin with whom she reportedly nurses silent grudge.
Meanwhile, few hours after Iyabo’s displays, Lizzy came on her Facebook page to respond to those she called “3-some celebrities”. She alleged in her diatribe that the subject’s wealth has no meaningful and moral basis other than through warming the beds of different men, among other allegations.