Actress Iyabo Ojo on Sunday vented on social media after she claimed a critic told her she is constantly been betrayed by someone she helped, Igbere TV reports.
In a lengthy post on Instagram, the 43-year-old said she has no reason to hate anyone and she is contented with the little she has. She added that no human is above her and we are all equal in God’s eyes.
“I heard one gossip guy said someone I once helped both in and out of this industry but found great joy in constantly stabbing me at my back & tried all her best to destroy me is above me lol ……. see boy, you know nothing, you don’t know our story so I don’t blame you.
“Take note: no human is Above me or Beneath me because in God’s eyes we’re all equal……… I don’t pretend nor do I package anything for no one……… I fear no one but have got great respect for those who respect themselves, I’m damn too real & blunt. I have no reason to hate on no one because I’m beyond blessed and I’m so contented with the little I have, mind you, there’re some people I can’t stand too so it’s ok if you hate on me or can’t stand me too.”
Speaking further, the mother of two wrote: “I was born rich, married poor & now I’m back to my root ….. born rich & I’m staying rich forever pulling my next generation along…… my riches is not just material things but in all the lives I have once helped & supported & still supporting.
“If you want to form class or dissociate yourself from certain people make such you also learn not to invite them to yours. don’t try to bring people together only when you need them, then shun them or dump them when they need you too, That’s not class that’s BULLSHIT. I’m the Queen of my kingdom & I rule it like the LIONESS THAT I AM.”
Iyabo made headlines in September after accusing her colleague Funke Akindele of sponsoring a negative review on Toyin Abraham’s movie The Ghost and the Tout Too.