As reactions continue to trail the new movie of Nollywood actor Yomi Fabiyi a colleague in the industry actress Adebimpe Oyebade has opened up why the actor stopped featuring her in his films.
While commenting on a blog, Bimpe Oyebade expressed displeasure over the movie as she questioned the reasons behind the movie production.
Reacting to Bimpe’s comment, an Instagram user referred to how Yomi Fabiyi consistently shades the actress on his social media page and calling her unprintable name.
Responding, Adebimpe Oyebade said she’s aware of Yomi Fabiyi’s shades but has always ignored him.
According to the actress, the primary reason for Yomi Fabiyi’s action is because she didn’t make herself available for his sexual needs despite how much he had pressured her.
The actress added that Yomi Fabiyi needs to be stopped stating she is thankful for God’s grace because she would have given up her acting career long time ago.
See the screenshot of the conversation below:
Following the premiere of his new film, ‘Oko Iyabo,’ Yomi Fabiyi has come under heated fire due to the content the film has.
In the film aired on YouTube on July 4, 2021, Fabiyi features characters with names of persons involved in the case, including actors Iyabo Ojo and Olarenwaju Omiyinka aka Baba Ijesha.
The film opens with a scene in which Iyabo, who is played by a child actor, tells a classmate that she wants to grow up to be a prostitute.
In another scene in the film, Fabiyi shows the disturbing CCTV clip, but...
Nollywood actor Yomi Fabiyi has reacted to the invitation of the Theatre Art and Motion Picture Practitioners Association Of Nigeria (TAMPAN) over the production of his new movie 'Oko Iyabo'
In a post shared on his Instagram page, the actor said he would honour the invitation notwithstanding his initial schedules before the association served him the letter.
Yomi Fabiyi wrote: Many thanks for your invitation @tampanglobal. I shall loose no time to look into my initial schedules before this letter came in and respond with the earliest possible time and means of attendance. Accept my warm regards.
Kemifilani News recalls that TAMPAN, in a statement, condemns Yomi Fabiyi's new movie, 'Oko Iyabo' stating the actor’s invitation became necessary because of the controversy the movie has generated against their ethics and...
Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh has expressed surprise at how people cannot pass a message without verbal insults.
This comes a few hours after she blasted Yoruba actor Yomi Fabiyi for making a film with the Baba Ijesha sexual assault case.
In a post shared on Instagram, Tonto Dikeh said in her 36 years on earth, she has realised that an individual can never use pain to cure pain.
According to the single mother of one, using verbal insult to pass a message is a little too much on the recipient.
I Am shool at how we all can't pass a message across without verbal insults. In my little 36 years on earth, I have realized that you can never use pain to...