Ojo is reportedly angry that Princess didn’t bother to ask more questions about her considering the role she played during Princess’s daughter’s rape case with Nollywood actor, Baba Ijesha.
Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo has temporarily ended her friendship with colleague and friend, Princess.
She unfollowed Princess as allegations of s3x scandal with controversial Nigerian clergyman, Apostle Johnson Suleman intensifies.
Recall that Saturday night during an Instagram live session, Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar made shocking revelations about her s3xual relationship with Apostle Suleman.
She also mentioned Iyabo Ojo and other actresses involved in the matter.
The interview was conducted by Princess and Iyabo Ojo felt uncomfortable after Halima mentioned her name.
Ojo is reportedly angry that Princess didn’t bother to ask more questions about her considering the role she played during Princess’s daughter’s r3pe case with Nollywood actor, Baba Ijesha.
However, many netizens applauded Princess for not probing further into Iyabo’s issue with Suleman unlike she did for the late Nigerian singer, Kafee.
But Iyabo Ojo, who has two children, took to her Instagram page to vent her anger.
Iyabo Ojo unfollowed Princess on the photo and video-sharing App, saying she has learned a hard way that a person should never take a bullet for someone or inherit their energy.
She noted that the situation hurt differently when someone goes beyond or above for another person and they later turn around to stab him/her.
She wrote: “O re ni wan… I have learned this in the hardest ways… Never inherit anyone’s energy, never risk your life or take a bullet for no one and nobody… never go beyond and above for anyone… because when you do and they turn around and stab you… it hurts differently. It’s ok to help but with great caution.”
After being lambasted by Nigerians who commented that the issue would have been even messier if it had not been handled by Princess, Iyabo Ojo made a U-turn, deleted the shade and followed back Princess on Instagram.