Actress and single mum of two, Faithia Williams has decided to bury the hatchet between her and fellow actress Iyabo Ojo by consoling her over her mum’s death.
Recounts that the one time best friends fell apart last year after Faithia Williams 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.
“You never cease to amaze me & I’m not surprised bcos you remain number one agbaya in Nollywood … no self respect @ all, you envy the younger ones and pretend to Love the ones that you benefit from somehow but at the end you still anit loyal….After all I did for you 2 years ago to celebrate your bday in Turkey, you still snitched on me giving media fake news that I was in coma for 3 days! you wish… bcos you knew about my surgery, I knew you hoped & prayed I died …. that’s why you never came to see me afterwards but guess what my God pass you, he is mighter than you, my God disappointed you & your team 🤣🤣🤣
.I’m still living girl 🤪😜😛 You are a Witch!! Yes O!! O gba enu ni but guess what I’m that lioness who will always come out victorious no matter how hard you try to pull me down or destroy my name spiritually….. Darkness & Light can never be on the same page & I make bold to say you are a terrible person …….. Back off witch!” Iyabo Ojo cussed out in February.
Although Faithia Williams did not respond back then, she has now reached out to Iyabo Ojo after she announced the death of her mother, Mrs Victoria Olubunmi Fetuga, over the weekend.
Sharing the sad news, Iyabo Ojo took to her Instagram page and penned down a touching tribute to her Jewel.
”My mother,my jewel,my guardian,my pearl…this is how you said goodbye?…we were joking about this days ago..I told you how much I want you to live long and watch the children become grown men and women but you said no..your joy was that I am happy..that your spirit would protect and be with us. Little did I know you were set to leave..with total submission to the will of God,I announce the death of my mother Mrs Victoria olubunmi Fetuga who passed away in her sleep the early hours of today Saturday 21st november at the age of 67yrs..mama,you might be gone but we your children and grandkids would make sure your memories remain and linger on..like you promised,your spirit remains with us…iyabo ojo your love.”
Consoling her hours ago, Faithia Williams shared a photo of the late Mrs Victoria Fetuga with the caption:
“God will console you iyaboojofespris…may mama soul rest in peace”
Already, Faithia is receiving accolades for the move!