#SayNoToBullying: Actress Ruth Kadiri Calls Out Kemi Olunloyo
Nigerian actress Ruth Kadiri has called out controversial journalist Kemi Olunloyo for engaging in cyber bullying.
To start a campaign against social media bullying, the 33-year-old asked her followers to mention one person they know involves in the act online.
Ruth Kadiri, using the hashtag #saynotobullying, said Kemi Olunloyo bullies both adults and kids for as long as one year.
“Everyone always looks away until the worst happens. Then we start shouting justice for. #kemiolunloyo is the number one social media bully I know, from bully children to adults, everyone sees this, fraternizes with her or looks the other way,” the actress wrote.
The thespian added that “She will pick on you and make you her subject for a year. For fear of this, everyone is quiet. It is ok, not to share Dj switche’s sentiments.”
“You have right you can stand with whoever you want. But constantly taunting her. Calling her out. Is unacceptable. And I will not be a passerby who watches and is quiet. #saynoyobullying.”
DJ Switch is a Nigerian musician who was a key player in providing video evidence of the #EndSars Lekki Massacre.
On 20 October 2020, DJ switch live streamed the aftermath of the alleged Lekki Massacre. In the video, they attempted to remove a bullet from the leg of a man who was shot, tying a Nigerian flag around his leg.