Nollywood is about to experience a legal battle between two of her top actresses, in the persons of Toyin Abraham and Lizzy Anjorin.
The two movie stars haven’t been best of friends for a while now and apparently, their fight has reached a legal climax.
Recall, Lizzy Anjorin had earlier taken to Instagram to call out Toyin Abraham formerly known as Toyin Aimakhu for allegedly opening fake social media accounts to troll her colleagues in the movie industry.
Starting off her call-out post by stating that she is going to Toyin Aimakhu’s house, the Nollywood actress queried why most of the accounts her colleague claim is owned by her fans are always on private with no post.
She further told Toyin Abraham to change as no one has the time to jump through different social media platforms to defend someone even when they have their own problem.
Lizzy Anjorin wrote;
Oniro omo ale ..Na only you get fans wey dey look for trouble , why your fans no behave like this last year ?? Upper year , were was this fans when dey use to drag you dirty with egbe gbe ? . .
Make I continue with facts . .
Why 99.9 percent of this account you claimed as fans always on private with zero post .
Oja ti burst faa.
God bless my fan for minding their business ,They will only explode when you come for their brand.
Besides, na some comment expose you that you are behinde the shit ..otafa soke yido bori
Chaaaaaaange no fans get time to dey jump up and down for one person …everybody get their own problem..
If my fans cant get me private jet biko no go look for trouble …but if they come for us ?? Kill them all with everything you have.
However, Toyin, via a lengthy post on Instagram, responded to that claim and she’s said the matter will be taken to court.
It has come as a rude shock that some upstarts masquerading as Nollywood actors keep dragging my name into unnecessary drama whenever they are trolled online. I’ve had my own share of online trolling but not for once did I drag the names of any actor or celebrities into the fray even when we don’t have cordial relationships.