Nollywood actress and businesswoman Iyabo Ojo has addressed the criticism she’s faced due to her affection and advocacy for the late musician Mohbad.
According to Famous9ja, she and her colleague Tonto Dikeh have been actively seeking justice for the late singer, which has drawn some negative feedback, especially in regard to their coverage of his funeral arrangements.
Iyabo took to her Instagram page to express that she acknowledges her imperfections, has never portrayed herself as flawless, and has never made any promises to be so. She emphasized that being true to herself is more than sufficient for her.
The two-parent single mother adamantly stated that she would keep speaking her truth regardless of the picture they paint of her and the abuse she encounters.
According to her, she would rather die a fearless, bold, and courageous woman who speaks & fights for justice.
She added that she wants a better Nigeria and a safe environment for her children and that duty starts from her and the public.
“I’m not perfect………. Never said I was, never said I would. Just being me is more than perfect for me,
I will continue to speak my truth no matter the narrative they draw about me, no matter the hate, the witch hunt……..I would rather die a fearless, bold, and courageous woman who speaks & fights for justice, bcos death at the end is inevitable, I want a better Nigeria and a safe environment for our dear children & that duty starts from you and me, we can’t all be silence……… The Queen Mother with her black bonnet”.
Taking to her comment section, many of her fans drummed support for her, showing her with love and encouraging words.
One Iyalode Of Abuja wrote, “Thank you for being a voice and a force, thank you for always fighting for the poor. Nothing can stop you, you all the way up
One Adesewa Style Signature wrote, “Not all heroes wear capes! You are a true HERO. You speak up for those who can’t speak up for themselves! May God truly reward you!
One Egwu Onwu Patience wrote, “Truly, you are a Queen mother. God bless and protect you Amen. The voice of the voiceless
One Oluwa Seterminire wrote, “Aunty Iyabo I love you for everything you are
One Ashake Ade Backup Page wrote, “Your imperfection is what makes you perfect for us
One Bunmise wrote, “Queen Mother with a heart of Gold