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“Pls address our mom and not her sons” – Kemi Olunloyo’s son responds to Iyabo Ojo

Iyabo Ojo and Kemi Olunloyo

One of Kemi Olunloyo’s son identified as Rich KJT has responded to Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo’s call to his brother.

A few hours ago, Kemi Filani reported that Iyabo Ojo wrote an open letter to Kemi Olunloyo’s son who had allegedly disowned her due to her controversial lifestyle that has placed them on the receiving end of Nigerians’ anger.

Iyabo Ojo told Kemi Olunloyo’s son that she understands his family’s situation and she sympathies with their predicament.

The mother of two urged him to forgive his mother and ensure they join hands to support her despite that he and his siblings were raised by different fathers.

In response to the above Rick KJT took to his X page and slammed Iyabo Ojo for thinking himself and his siblings are not in good terms with their mother.

He claimed that his autistic brother is not on social media and the claims that they disowned their mother was from a cloned page.

He clarified that they love their mother even when they each have their own struggles.

He wrote, “Madam Iyabo Ojo: Pls address our mom Dr Kemi Olunloyo and not her sons. My autistic brother is not on social media let alone posting from his cloned page as disowning her, something clarified in 2019. We love our mom and we have our own struggles. We don’t need your help. Thx.”

Kemi Filani recalls that Kemi Olunloyo freed singer David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, a few days before his wedding.

She shared one of Davido and his wife-to-be, Chioma Rowland’s pre-wedding photos and declared her intentions to desist from any information regarding the Adelekes.

Olunloyo, who had claimed she shared a bond with Davido’s family, stated that many did not know what she shared with the family. She disclosed that Davido disrespected her in 2018 by calling her derogatory names, which stuck on the lips of netizens.

Kemi disclosed that she would no longer report anything about Davido, as she had promised after her thirty-year retirement from journalism. She urged everyone to move on from the grudges because she had let go, and no one would be alive in 2124.

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