If you are owing me please pay before I vex - Actress Sotayo

If you are owing me please pay before I vex - Actress Sotayo

- Tayo Sobola also known as Sotayo has taken to social media to warn people owing her to pay up

- The Nollywood actress stated that she needed money even more than the federal government

- Sotayo further advised those who owed her to pay up before she loses her temper

Nollywood actress, Tayo Sobola, also known as Sotayo, has taken to social media to dish out a stern warning to all her debtors who are yet to pay up money owed to her.

In a recent Instagram post, the popular Yoruba actress stressed her need for money, stating that she needs it even more than the federal government does.

She also complained about how a certain new generation bank is not doing well. According to her, someone got her phone number from a payment transfer information.

Sharing a photo of herself, she wrote: "To whom, it concerns: Please oooo.... I need money pass Federal government. No jokes!! Business no move !!! Na money wey dey person dey spend. I need money no be small. Gtb sef no dey help matters... u send person money.. next thing the person dey call you or message you say I saw your number from the alert ( very discouraging). Ahaaaaaaaaan !!! Please.... please... I'm not forming I want money too and if you are owing me please pay before I vex. Thank you."

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Meanwhile, the coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on the livelihood of people in Nigeria as the infection has negatively affected businesses. To ease the burdens on people, Nigerian actress Toyin Abraham is donating food to Nigerians across the country.

As if compounding the problems of people, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos said that markets and stores would be shut down from Thursday, March 26, so as to properly combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria.

However, the governor noted that this closure would not affect markets that sell essential items like medical equipment, water, and foodstuff.

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In other news, popular Nigerian cross-dresser, Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, has taken to social media to warn his fans and followers.

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In a post which he appears to have either deleted or archived on his Instagram, the cross-dresser threatened to slap anybody who coughs or sneezes near him.

In his words: “Don’t cough or sneeze around me, please. I take God beg you. If you do, I will slap you.”

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