TOYIN ABRAHAM TO LIZZY ANJORIN – ‘STOP CURSING MY SON AND HUSBAND’

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Popular Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Toyin Abraham has with a sad and teary eye cleared the air on her sour relationship with a colleague, Lizzy Anjorin, requesting that the actress desists from cursing her husband, Kolawole Ajeyemi and son, Ire.

The misconception between the actresses started in 2019 when Anjorin was stopped and searched for drug peddling during her hajj trip to Saudi Arabia which was allegedly leaked by Toyin Abraham to Instagram blogs.

Anjorin claims that after her investigations, she found out that Toyin was responsible for the story been made public as she reigned curses on her husband and kid in a recent interview with a social media influencer, Esabod.

Toyin Abraham, in reaction to the allegations, in an Instagram Live session with fellow popular actress, Iyabo Ojo stressed that she was not responsible for the reports to the Law Enforcement Agents, as according to her, the duo has never crossed paths.

Holding a Bible to prove her innocence, she said, “Since I gave birth to my child, you have been bullying him. Let the whole mothers in this world come out and blame me for this single thing that I stood up for my son. Let the whole world blame me for this.

“I did not talk or say anything, but for this, I will stand up for my son. When the incident happened with Liz Anjorin, I did not know about it because it was during that time that I put to bed. They did not let me have my phone because I had just delivered my baby.

“It was after about two months that they gave me my phone and I saw all the messages, and hers was part of it. This is the Holy Bible that I am holding; let the Holy Bible judge me.

“It is so funny because Lizzy is not my friend and I do not know her; Saudi or no Saudi, I have never heard of it. How do I know her movement?”

Toyin and Liz at an event

While insisting that she had never spilled the beans of Anjorin to bloggers, she added, “What is my own with Lizzy. I have seen Lizzy just twice in my life. The first time was at Regina Chukwu’s job and the second time was at Wasilat Coded’s premiere. I do not know about her movement and God is my witness. I have only seen her twice.

“I do not know about her movement. I am speaking up now, let the whole world hear. I am speaking up because of my son. The last one they did, I could not talk because I just gave birth; but now, I have to talk and speak up for my son. They cannot lay curses on my son. Besides, if I do not stand up for my son, who will stand up for my son?

“Since the day they have been cursing me and peddling rumours about me, I never said a word; but today, it was too much and I need to stand up for my son. I have never spoken to any blogger and the only one I spoke to was Instablog and we did an advert with them. I have never spoken to a blogger to run anyone down.”

“My husband and I have two houses. We live in our own house and we have another in Ibadan. God has blessed us; I am not beefing anyone and I do not have a problem with anybody. God is my witness. I do not know where all this is coming from. I have never spoken about this but I want every parent on earth to judge this matter. They should ask Lizzy to state what I did; she should talk. If I offended you, call me.

“That woman kept cursing my son and husband. You can curse me but do not curse my son. I have never discussed Lizzy’s matter with anyone; we are not friends. God see me. I have never done that in my life. The reason why I had to speak up is because it is becoming too much and this is my son they are talking about. I have to speak up for my son.

Toyin Abraham

“If I cannot speak up for my son and husband, then why am I a mother or a wife? I have never had any negative thoughts towards anyone,” she annexed.

By Mary Abazuo

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Emdee David is a Creative writer, Poet, Producer and Director of radio/TV/Digital Media contents. As a creative, innovative and talented writer, his works include “Shadows of the Sun” (Heinemann Publishers – in view), and several poems. His passion and interests are in Entertainment, Politics, Digital Media and Youth mentorship. He is the President of Africa Entertainment Network (AEN) and currently a postgraduate student of Media and Communications at CIAPS.

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