Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo has reacted to the decision of the leadership of the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN) to bar movie producers and directors from working with her.
The association decided to suspend her due to Iyabo’s refusal to stop social media fights with some of her colleagues over Baba Ijesha’s alleged rape saga.
The 43-year-old took to her Instagram page saying that she cannot be silenced.
“I can never be silenced, know that & know God. Period,” the actress captioned the picture that had a written text.
Fellow actress Nkechi Blessing, who was also suspended by TAMPAN, took to the comment section of Iyabo’s post to air her opinion.
“Nobody can even collect my voice,” the actress wrote.
Both actresses have over time taken to social media to openly condemn the conduct of Baba Ijesha who is accused of defiling the foster teenage daughter of comedienne Princess. They have clashed with some members of the association who kicked against them openly condemning Baba Ijesha. But many are saying that Iyabo Ojo and Sunday have both deviated from defending what is rights to being clout chasing.
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Well, as for me, am glad they are calling out the immoral and atrocious habit in the movie industry; where established actors demand aspiring thespians offer their dignity in exchange for movie roles. I admire their courage and hope that Baba Ijesha gets the punishment that he so deserves.