Yomi Fabiyi envily slæm Iyabo Ojo, others as he calls out Nollywood stakeholders

Nollywood actor and film producer Yomi Fabiyi recently made a statement implicating his colleague Iyabo Ojo and others allegedly associated with the controversial gossip blog, Gistlover blog.

On his verified Instagram page, Fabiyi shared a detailed post suggesting that one of Gistlover’s affiliates was disheartened as the blog’s actions couldn’t be directly linked to her.

While not explicitly naming anyone, Fabiyi hinted at two affiliates who previously received his loyalty, sacrifice, and commitment. His comments alluded to his past friendship with Iyabo Ojo before their public falling out.

Yomi also faulted Nollywood stakeholders who permitted some people to find it’s way into their fold, stating they must be held accountable.

“What a shame, stakeholders in the movie industry allowed this nonsense of people to find it’s way into our fold.

The sad part is that two of these criminals and syndicate have enjoyed my 100% loyal, sacrifice and commitment. Just because they cannot control me, they can’t stand my guts, natural sense, they turned enemies, adabi ma bi yin. I cannot obey and dance to their evils and criminal ways, hence they both subject me to cyberstalking at any slight opportunity.

And quite sadly, any loose cannon or criminal who deals with me too see their platform as a tool too and run to these infected humans with lies, fabrications and defamation just to hurt me. All of you, your days are numbered.

Only ignorants and criminals will propel and encourage any media outfit or blog who specializes in using extreme crime to gather materials, discharge journalism and use criminal methods to publish same. The society suffers when a handful aids such demonic tendencies. They are all social misfits.

Every person or organisation in any given society MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE. Any one operating in anonymity or as a ghost can be used a weapon of oppression and persecution by self or agents of darkness including terrorists.

But such will flourish for a while because those in positions of authority are either less concerned or feel they cannot be a victim of such horrible demon in the name of blogging.


Yomi Fabiyi.”