Actress Faithia Williams has pitched her tent with colleague Funke Akindele in her ongoing rivalry drama with younger colleagues, Iyabo Ojo and Toyin Abraham.
Kemi Filani recalls that earlier this month Toyin Abraham and Funke Akindele had tongues wagging when they both chose same date, September 10, 2021 to release their movies; ‘Ghost and the tout too’ in the cinemas and ‘Omo Ghetto the saga’ on Netflix. Actress Iyabo Ojo further fueled the rivalry by calling out Funke Akindele days after the movies were released, for paying a popular movie citric to ruin Toyin Abraham’s movie.
“Not Recommended for intelligent people. Over the years, we have told you many truths but non Greater than this: Intelligent minds were not taken into consideration at all in the writing and in the making of ‘Ghost and The Tout Too‘.
Thusly, intelligent minds will not enjoy it at all.
Regardless of how flagrantly it copycats off ‘Ómó Ghetto: The Saga’ desperately hoping to shine like it. Unlike that one ‘The Ghost and The Tout Too’ doesn’t understand that movie-making is rooted in brain-work and not in using cinema to do “Yahoo”, abusing stardoms to fleece fandoms.
If you are intelligent, you are better off staying back home this weekend to watch ‘Ómó Ghetto: The Saga,” part of the critic’s review read.
And in response, Iyabo Ojo fumed saying “How much did Funke pay you to write this rubbish? The day she begins to find ways not to talk to bad about her fellow colleagues or discredit their work or personality, that day she will begin to experience inner peace”
Actress Faithia Williams, a former best friend of Iyabo Ojo has now chosen sides by publicly declaring her support for Funke Akindele moments ago on Instagram.
Faithia Williams did this by responding to Funke Akindele’s post on Instagram where she shared a video of Omo ghetto’s theme song, Askamaya, with clap emojis.
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Kemi Filani recalls that Iyabo Ojo and Fathia Balogun fell apart last year after Faithia reportedly leaked how Iyabo Ojo almost lost her life over a surgery. As a result, actress Iyabo Ojo called out Faithia Williams on her 51st birthday and tagged her as a witch.