Angela Okorie Shades Colleagues Who Sleep With Married Men: "Call Them Out With Your Full Chest"

Angela Okorie Shades Colleagues Who Sleep With Married Men: "Call Them Out With Your Full Chest"

  • Nigerian actress Angela Okorie has sparked reactions online following a post she made about her female colleagues
  • The entertainer called out actresses who sleep with married men via a post on her official Instagram page
  • Angela said she has no idea how it's done and said that her realness could never let her stoop so low
  • Eniola Daniel, a social commentator and media personality, shared his perspective on public conflict resolution approaches

Nigerian controversial entertainer Angela Okorie is in the news again. The actress has been in the news for weeks now, this time about her female colleagues.

She claimed that these sets of people sleep with other people's husbands and still drop comments under their wives' posts. She promised to release the full gist soon.

Angela Okorie calls out her female colleague.
Actress Angela Okorie shades colleagues for sleeping with married men. Credit: @realangelaokorie
Source: Instagram

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Angela Okorie is mostly not afraid to call out her colleagues. In her Instagram post, she condemned actresses who are bold enough to commit adultery with married men.

Many of her fans are eagerly waiting for her to give a detailed account of her findings soon.

See Angela Okorie's post below:

Some weeks ago, Angela Okorie spilled dirty secrets about her colleagues, Anita Joseph and Uche Elendu. She accused them of money rituals and promiscuity. She further shared that they regularly visit native doctors and break people's marriages.

Nigerians react to Angela Okorie's post

Legit.ng compiled some reactions below:

@officialfavourabraham:

"Make she turn her page to jeanslover2."

@bebeto_cityrock:

"Always fighting herself.. why??"

@the_itohowo:

"From Basmatic to Basmati Progress."

@thefoodnetworknig2:

"You truly ate basmati rice today and not basmatic rice cos you're not using your @ with your full chest. Eat basmatic rice and call names please,"

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@cynthia_chebe:

"Angela wan collect work from gistlover, don't worry, we go send gistlover to you."

@judy_obasiyul_autism:

"Stray bullet don hit Judy while eating Yam at her father's compound."

@mz_bucheez:

"Correct me if I am mistaken, was it not the same action that made they attempt to harm her back then???"

@kingsliveth:

"Some truth are not meant to be said."

Eniola speaks on Angela Okorie's approach

Eniola Daniel, a Nigerian journalist and social commentator, spoke about using social media to criticize one another as an avenue to gaining clout and staying relevant.

He said:

"Calling out is part of Angela Okorie and her colleagues strategies to always be in the news and make money on social media, so blame members of the public that give them the undeserved attention. I consider the place where I work, or my field of work, a family place where we can reach out to each other privately and resolve issues."

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"You may even disagree with people without going public; without social media, how would they have tackled issues? They would have either kept quiet or reported to elders in the industry, but that eldership channel has been shut down because young actors make money and lose respect; they don’t care about anyone."

Giving an instance where the traditional method of speaking to elders came into play, he sighted the feud between actors Yinka Quadri and Taiwo Hassan.

In Eniola's words:

"For instance, until a few weeks ago, many people did not know that Yinka Quadri and Taiwo Hassan were not in talking terms, but they never once went public or threw jabs. It doesn’t make them look good, but flushing her work down the drain."

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Legit.ng reported that the actor claimed that his late colleague stabbed him in the back many times. He also said he was not ready to give all the details, but he would love for people to learn from his mistakes.

Angela told him to let the family of the dead grieve in peace and not cause any trouble online.

Proofreading by Nkem Ikeke, journalist and copy editor at Legit.ng.

Source: Legit.ng

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Eniola Lasaki (Entertainment Editor) Lasaki Fauziat Eniola is an Entertainment Editor at Legit.ng. She is a graduate of Horticulture, FUNAAB (2017). Eniola has over four years of professional experience in Entertainment/pop culture/music writing/reporting. Before Legit, she worked in reputable media houses such as TooXclusive Digital, GistReel, WetalkSound, and Kraks Media. She has also pursued Digital Marketing, Copywriting, and Corporate Communication courses. Email: eniola.lasaki@corp.legit.ng

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