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Omotola threatens Fan who accused her of collecting free money from politicians
A popular Nigerian actress has reacted to a Twitter follower who made some allegations against her by threatening to block the user on the platform.
It would be recalled that we earlier gathered a report of how Nolloywood actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, shared her piece of mind with the online community in a post directed to the Nigerian president and his vice.
The actress lamented the living conditions and poor circulation of money under the watch of the political leaders, adding that many citizens are living in fear, insecurity and desperation.
As expected, her opinion generated a lot of mixed reactions from the internet community with some people pitching their tents in the confines of her school of thought while others were against it.
Among those that faulted the screen diva’s opinion is a particular user identified as Temilade Jones, who opined that the opinion she presented was shallow.
Jones said :
“This is so shallow coming from you. You meant to write ‘no more free money for you and your likes.”
In response to the allegation of collecting free money, the actress chided the internet user and threatened a possible termination of further engagements between the both of them on the platform.
“You are really the shallow one… but doltish people like you never really do any research or think deeply before typing. Have you ever seen me at/collecting political rally monies or the sort? Watch yourself, you will get blocked.” she said.
See the exchange between the both of them below:
This is so shallow coming from you. You meant to write 'no more free money for you and your likes'.
— Temilade Jones (@Tolahinges) April 15, 2019
You’re really the shallow one… but doltish people like you never really do any research or think deeply before typing. Have you EVER seen me at/collecting political rally monies or the sort? Watch yourself , you’ll get BLOCKED. https://t.co/W5HKrk0eP8
— Omotola .j. Ekeinde (@Realomosexy) April 15, 2019
There were similar followers who were not in complete agreement with the actress. See some reactions in her comment section below:
I agree with you on insecurity,but on the issue of money it is expected.This is the first time Nigeria is using TSA.But i believe things will get better
— Dembo Abdurraheem (@DemboAbdurrahe1) April 14, 2019
No more free money! Fake life and living is becoming unrealistic. It is now work and chop. Thank God it is not hellish for me because i know my onions. For rent seekers, business is no longer as usual.
— Bamidele OJO, CFE, FCA. (@delemayo) April 15, 2019
My Dear days of free money not available. Lets look inward and work harder to build our Economy nation rather than depend on politicians who steal from us. We hope the president would Riggig the Security Chiefs for more stability.
— Celestine Chudi Onoh (@black_engineers) April 15, 2019
Some others, however, thanked the actress for using her platform to speak up about happenings in the country.
See tweets below:
I appreciate you for speaking out ma,you are far better than many "celebrities" that have kept mute in the face of the evil that has befallen our nation.Dont bother about any contrary tweets,kindly disregard.
— ChinweOfoha (@ChinweOfoha2) April 15, 2019
When people like you who are quite relevant start speaking up,more often than not,then we will be making progress ..the govt fears the powers of celebrities.. Pls speak up more on issues like this …your name will never be forgotten in the hearts of the common man
— Seuntayo (@Seuntayo6) April 14, 2019