- Actor Yomi Fabiyi has taken to social media to respond to Iyabo Ojo's N100m lawsuit against him
- Recall earlier, Fabiyi led a protest demanding the release of Baba Ijeshi
- Ojo through her lawyers demanded an immediate retraction of defamatory statements spelt out on placards at the protest ground led by Fabiyi
- In a recent post, Fabiyi stated that Ojo would get no dime from him
It appears the war of words between popular Nigerian film stars, Iyabo Ojo and Yomi Fabiyi isn't going to end anytime soon as Fabiyi has now responded to Ojo's lawsuit against him.
In a recent Instagram post, the actor stated that Ojo was the one who started the fight as she had first exposed him to cyberbullying. He went on to share a screenshot of Ojo apologising for it.
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Fabiyi then went on to point out that the actress did not serve him the letter but instead, posted it on social media. Warning Ojo, he advised her not to let anyone push her as people don't know where they both come from.
"If you press too much I will turn."
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He then advised the actress to render her help to comedian Princess whom he claimed would face 'imminent criminal charges' when the court resumes. He also added that Ojo would not see a dime from him following her N100 million lawsuit filed against him.
Part of the post reads:
"Iyabo stop now, don't cross the RED LINE. Use your money to eat and buy your tiktok costume. 100 kobo una no go see. Go and equip yourself with law and human rights, don't think you can crush one activities to become one activities Ko jor."
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Recall Legit.ng earlier reported that hours after leading a protest against the continued detention of colleague Olanrewaju Omiyinka aka Baba Ijesha, Yomi Fabiyi was sued by Iyabo Ojo.
The actress through her lawyers, The Maverick Forte Legal, sued Fabiyi for defamatory statements made against her during the course of the protest.
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