Netizens have petitioned one of the brands Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham Ajewole works for.
A post shared online by controversial blogger, Esabod claimed that one of the numerous fans that the actress lost petitioned a popular brand against Toyin Abraham.
The unidentified writer claimed they would be boycotting the product if they don’t cease to make Toyin Abraham the face of their market.
“This is to inform you that some of us we will start boycotting our product due to one of your brand ambassadors Toyin Abraham, she is not a good and patriotic Nigerian for choosing to support a candidate and apolitical party who has brought us huge looses and pains. We want you to terminate her contract with your company,” the unknown petitioner wrote.
Esabod, who shared the post on Instagram, claimed many are fighting because of politics which is wrong.
“This is what I am talking about. Why hating each other because of politics @toyin_abraham.”
Fans drag Toyin Abraham for supporting Tinubu
This move trails the fallout of Toyin Abraham after she publicly declared her support for the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, who is now the president-elect of Nigeria.
Toyin Abraham was trolled and bullied online for rightfully declaring her choice of candidate.
Many claimed the actress had been bribed despite her insistence that she was only fulfilling her civic duties and not being paid.
Kolawole Ajeyemi distances self from wife, Toyin Abraham
Kemi Filani reported that Toyin Abraham’s husband, Kolawole Ajeyemi, distanced himself from supporting her preferred presidential candidate.
Kolawole Ajeyemi, on his Instagram page, aired his views about his wife’s preferred candidate, stating he is not a party to her choice.
“Good day, everybody, it’s not like I asked anyone of you to vote for any candidate or campaigned for any party, and the fact that my wife is supporting a specific party doesn’t mean that I’m supporting her. So, those of you laying curses on my children, I rebuke it all, and I wish you all the same. And I repeat, I did not campaign for any candidate,’ he wrote.