The ongoing war between Nollywood stars, Iyabo Ojo and Fiathia Williams will in no time come to an end as the duo silently shades or taunts each other.
Recall that Iyabo Ojo on Faithia’s birthday sparked this brewing war when she allegedly shaded Faithia by calling her an old fool ‘agbaya’.
Although, the actress did not mention names in her post but it’s obvious she is taunting her friend, Fiathia who allegedly gave false report about her health.
She wrote: “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 o ku ku si ma tun te bo ni be ni ishhhhhhhhhhh” part statement reads.
After keeping silent for a long time, Faithia in a recent post gives a befitting response to her long time friend and colleague, Iyabo Ojo on Instagram claiming those who try to stain your image cannot destroy your good works.
She wrote: “People may destroy your image, stain your personality but they can take away your good deeds because no matter how they describe you, you will be admired by those who really know you better.”
Many have been left shock as Iyabo has refused to comment on the recent post of her long time buddy as they believe she would flare up with the post rather she was spotted on her way to Istanbul, Turkey.
Iyabo ojo took to Instagram to post photos of herself at the airport as she vacates Canada for Turkey.
She wrote: Gud bye Canada, L A ? Hello Turkey ?
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here are some videos she posted
Iyabo had been spotted touring the United States with Nollywood stars such as Lola Alao, Olaitan Ogungbile, Fadekemi Momoh, among others.