Nollywood actress Bimpe Akintunde popularly known as Wasila Coded has reacted after her colleague, Mercy Aigbe, apologised to her.
Taking to her verified Instagram page, Mercy Aigbe apologised for not making an appearance at her event.
Bimpe Akintunde had celebrated the first anniversary of her radio station, The Coded Station, which she launched in 2021.
Mercy congratulated her on her achievement as she noted how women were doing big things.
“Women are doing big things! Congratulations on the year anniversary of your radio station @iambimpeakintunde. Sorry I couldn’t make it, work too much. More Grace Sweets”.
Bimpe Akintunde, who wasn’t offended that the actress wasn’t at her event, appreciated her for her support.
Taking to her comment section, Bimpe described her as a queen as she asserted that the actress has a pure heart.
“My Queen. You are so pure momma. Thanks for your support ma”.
Kemi Filani news recalls that Bimpe Akintunde, better known as Wasila Coded, had penned an appreciation post to Mercy Aigbe and others for the outpour of love she received during her turbulent times.
Bimpe revealed that she had woken up to 50 missed calls from loved ones after recounting how she and daughter escaped bandits attack on Ibadan Express road.
The actress narrated how bandits shot directly at her on the Lagos Ibadan expressway.
“God saved me and my daughter I can’t believe this.Like they were shooting directly at us.Where are we going in this country? Broad day light attack. God came through for us. I turned back, followed one way and alerted other drivers too.
Just Help me Thank God for My life and That of my Innocent Daughter we are back in Ibadan Safe and Healthy but in Shock.”
Following the news, a lot of her colleagues, fans and loved ones reached out to her.
Appreciating them, she wrote,
“I woke up to Almost 50 missed calls both Local and International @sajetiologa I saw your 5missed calls Maami Abiyamo , Thank you for calling ma.
Slide is @realmercyaigbe You can Always Ignore sis But you put a call thru Aburu AIYE Ko ni kan yin lola Oluwa oba. I Appreciate”.