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Wednesday, 20 February 2019

Ent Africa: Actress rains curses on those forcing her to help Baba Suwe


Actress rains curses on those forcing her to help Baba Suwe 
Popular Nollywood actress, Liz Anjorin, has rained curses on those allegedly ‘forcing’ her to help ailing actor and producer, Babatunde Omidina, popularly known as Baba Suwe.
According to her, “Ogun will kill” them if they want to make it compulsory for her to help anyone in the movie industry.
This is following a fan who called Liz’s attention to the need to assist the sick Yoruba movie legend on Instagram.
However, in her reaction, she said no celebrity came to her aide when her mother was down with stroke for years before she finally passed on.
The actress wrote: “You came to my page to be insulting and cursing me because of INDUSTRY issue?
“My mother deserve my kindness but the hate in the INDUSTRY and others sent her to early grave. They did not allow her to eat the fruit of her labour.
“My mother battled stroke for good four years; I was in the court with a thief that stole my car all alone at this same time. What did my colleagues do to help me?
“They helped to spread bad rumours. If you come to my page to drop any hate speech, I pray this same thing happen to you and you will never come out of it.
“How many of them (colleagues) featured me in their movie or adopted me? Despite my generosity.
“When my beloved mother died none of the artiste came except Lepa Shandy and Madam Asewo Toremecca. The headline written by a journalist “COLLEAGUES SHUN LIZ ANJORIN MOTHER’S BURIAL” still linger in my brain.
“Remember I can laugh with you but I will never betray my mother to mingle with some of you.
How many of my event do they attend to support me as a family? Not just family. Ask them all how humble and generous is Liz Anjorin?
“Do you all remember 2017? ‘Owo Nairabet” premiere is a good example when Saidi Balogun and others ganged against me.
“If you come to my page to tell me who to assist Ogun will kill you and you die just like my mother.”

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