“I hear say una go sue me, Ko ni ra gba fun gbogbo yin”- Actress Iyabo Ojo reacts to criticism over her role in Mohbad’s case

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Nigerian actress Iyabo Ojo has addressed the backlash she’s faced for her involvement in seeking justice for the late singer Mohbad. Alongside her colleague Tonto Dikeh, she has been at the forefront of this effort, attracting criticism.

In response to the critics, Iyabo Ojo made a promise on her Instagram page, stating she won’t back down from the late Mohbad’s case and will see it through to the end. She also addressed rumors of a potential lawsuit for claiming Naira Marley’s involvement in Mohbad’s death.

She wrote, “Lol, okay, if the last slide is true, that’s something I’m accustomed to. But please note, NO AMOUNT OF DISTRACTIONS will make me back down. If you like, undress, drink gutter water, go mad in the streets, or blog about me. Your headache, not mine. Monetization is allowed using my name 😍🤣.

We’re committed to seeking justice for Mohbad, and we’ll see it through to the end. If you’re confident, feel free to visit the SCIID or Panti to file your complaints. I’ve heard rumors that some of you might want to sue me or perhaps make some suya 😂🤣. Your threats won’t deter us in the end. May the police arrest everyone, and may your schemes not prevail. Amen 🙏😂🤣.”

Actress Iyabo Ojo celebrated 25 years in the entertainment industry by listing her accomplishments. The 45-year-old actress took to Instagram to reflect on her journey in the movie industry.

She began her career at the age of 20 and played her first role in 1998 in the English-language film “Satanic.

In 2002, she made her Yoruba-language debut in the film “Baba Darijinwon,” produced by Yinka Quadri.

She highlighted key milestones in her career, including producing her first Yoruba movie, “Botife,” in 2004, her first cinema movie, “Arinzo,” in 2013, and her first English cinema film, “Silence,” in 2015.

She also became a TikTok sensation in 2020, a professional brand influencer, a reality TV star in 2022, a TV presenter in 2023, and directed her first comedy skit series in 2023.

Throughout her career, Iyabo Ojo has acted in over 200 movies, produced over 20 Yoruba movies, and over 10 English movies. She expressed her gratitude to God, her children, and her fans for their support and love throughout her journey.

Her post concluded with heartfelt thanks and blessings for everyone who has been a part of her life and career.

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