Popular Yoruba actress Dayo Amusa has opened up on her infamous beef with controversial critic, Kemi Olunloyo.
The “Pathetic” producer in an interview with Pulse talked about celebrity bullying, Iyabo Ojo and Apostle Suleman sex allegations and others.
According to her, “Kemi Olunloyo as far as I am concerned, she is not someone I know before I had an encounter with her.
I just saw a tweet she tweeted and I felt irritated. That was what started the whole drama then but then I guess everybody needs a second chance.”
Adding, “I see her as someone that needs prayer. I’m sorry but then I don’t know sometimes I read what she puts out there and I’m like for real.
But then I cannot crucify her for her opinion. Everybody has rights to his or her own opinion.”
This comes after Dayo Amusa called out Olunloyo for tagging Jide Kosoko a ritualist.
Amusa called out the social media ‘queen’, tagging her a psycho who is frustrated.
Olunloyo not going down without a fight took to Facebook to reply and drag the actress labelling her a prostitute, “diabolical bitch and whore”.
Also speaking about the Iyabo Ojo and Apostle Suleman sex allegations, Amusa said,
“He that wears the shoes knows where it hurts. I just pray that God grants her the wisdom to know how to deal with it.”
Recall that Iyabo Ojo was accused of having a threesome with Apostle Johnson Suleman by a lady named Stephanie Ogbonna.
In an Instagram comment posted on Saturday, March 18, 2017, Stephanie gave an explicit detail of her sexual encounter with Suleman at the actress’ Lagos residence.
According to Ogbonna, her first meeting with the Omega Fire Ministries overseer was at an airport in Kenya.
Ogbonna alleged their first sexual intercourse, however, happened in Dubai. The apostle also sent another invitation asking her to visit him in Nigeria where they met at Iyabo Ojo’s house.
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