In her continuing rivalry drama with younger colleagues Iyabo Ojo and Toyin Abraham, actress Faithia Williams has pitched her tent with colleague Funke Akindele.
Toyin Abraham and Funke Akindele made headlines earlier this month when they announced the same day for the debut of two films: ‘Ghost and the Tout Too’ in theaters and ‘Omo Ghetto the Saga’ on Netflix. Actress Iyabo Ojo fuelled the feud by accusing Funke Akindele of bribing a popular movie citric to destroy Toyin Abraham’s film days after it was released.
For clever individuals, this is not a good idea. We’ve told you many things over the years, but none more important than this: intelligent minds were completely ignored in the creation and production of ‘Ghost and The Tout Too.’
As a result, clever brains will find it unappealing.
Regardless of how blatantly it plagiarizes from ‘mó Ghetto: The Saga,’ it urgently aspires to be as successful as it. Unlike that one, ‘The Ghost and The Tout Too’ fails to recognize that filmmaking is anchored in brainwork, rather than employing cinema to do “Yahoo,” exploiting celebrity to fleece fandoms.
If you’re smart, you’d be better off remaining at home this weekend to watch’mó Ghetto: The Saga,’ according to the critic.
Iyabo Ojo retaliated by asking, “How much did Funke pay you to write this garbage?” She will begin to enjoy inner peace the day she finds strategies to avoid talking negatively about her coworkers or disparaging their work or personalities.”
Faithia Williams, a former best friend of Iyabo Ojo, has publicly declared her support for Funke Akindele on Instagram just moments ago.
Faithia Williams accomplished this by clapping emojis in response to Funke Akindele’s Instagram post, in which she shared a video of Omo ghetto’s theme song, Askamaya.
Take a look at the image below:
Iyabo Ojo and Fathia Balogun split up last year after Faithia allegedly shared information about how Iyabo Ojo nearly died during a surgery. As a result, on her 51st birthday, actress Iyabo Ojo called out Faithia Williams and referred to her as a witch.