Controversial media personality Kemi Olunloyo, has come for actress Iyabo Ojo once again.
Recall bo had taken to her IG page a few hours back shedding tears while talking about her past to include her marriage and all the pain and hate it took to raise her two kids single-handedly.
Ojo stated that her tears were not tears of pain but of joy as God helped her through those times.
Reacting to the video Olunloyo slammed the actress saying she was merely crying crocodile tears as she has bigger issues to deal with.
The controversial media personality continued saying Iyabo’s daughter who just turned 18, is a runs girl, a thing Iyabo should be more worried about.
Taking to her IG page, Olunloyo wrote;
#IyaboOjo crying crocodile tears reflecting on her crashed marriage. Like I said on pastor Ibiyeomie’s pulpit, whoever sent me that letter that sent me to prison, God will deal with them mercilessly. Your tears just began. Apologise to Pastor Ibiyeomie and Kemi Olunloyo for pitching an innocent pastor against an innocent Journalist all because you were fighting Vivian Metchie and your PA who wrote the fake letter against you substituting Apostle Suleiman’s name for Ibiyeomie’s name. You and Gbeminiyi Adegbola will not make heaven for sending me to prison for 6 mos and ruining my name Amen! I will release the letter in detail in my book which your PA also describes your daughter Prisca as a “runs girl in training.” Thank u Apostle Suleiman for the text message contacting me, Pastor Ibiyeomie who prayed for me and Toronto Police Officer CM who tracked the instagram account that sent it and Truecaller in Sweden who exposed the SIM owner Iyabo Ojo Pinkies group. Flag this post too. It is a documentary and an upcoming book. Your legal papers and lies will all be in there. All you could have done is apologise someone trying to destroy you used other ppl to do it.
This has caused many talking online asking if Olunloyo should have said all of that. Thoughts anyone?
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