Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham has issued a strong warning to fans instigating the social media drama and fight between her and actress Lizzy Anjorin.
Yinkfold recalls that a few days ago, Toyin, during an Instagram live session with her colleague, Iyabo Ojo broken down in tears as she addressed the fight and some of the roles played by her fans.
In a statement issued on her Instagram page, the actress disclosed that she cannot and will not be held responsible for anyone claiming to be fighting for her while abusing, cursing or calling out’ perceived enemies or colleagues.
The actress refutes claims of sending or supporting anyone purportedly fighting for her, cursing others, and dragging innocent kids in the drama.
Toyin Abraham expressed appreciation to her fans for their love and passion; however, they should not destroy other brands and avoid dragging kids into the drama.
Toyin added that victims of cyber-bullying should kindly pursue it to a logical legal conclusion and make the bully pay for the damage.
The statement Reads:
It is important I say this at this point though I have said it before and hopefully, this is the last time I want to say this.
I cannot and will not be held responsible for anyone claiming to be fighting for me while ‘abusing, cursing or calling out’ perceived enemies or colleagues.
I saw certain videos on social media of people who purportedly are fighting for me and cursing others and dragging innocent kids into needless drama. Please I am not in any way in support of this. Not once have I ever sent anyone on this type of errands.
Please keep kids out of the drama. These kids will grow up and as they say, the internet never forgets.
I appreciate the love and passion towards me but that is no justification to maim other brands.
Lastly, I strongly suspect that some people are benefiting from this back and forth, (cos, what I watched this evening, video of people cursing colleagues’/ people’s kids is unnecessary and evil) hence the continuous fueling of this tiring drama.
Lastly, if you are a victim of cyber-bullying by anyone, kindly pursue it to a logical legal conclusion and make the bully pay. That is what I intend to do from now on and this is the last time I will be issuing this kind of statement. I just want to focus on the release of my next film, #theghostandthetouttoo@theghostandtout. Thank you very much. Toyin Abraham Ajeyem.