Kolawole Ajeyemi has spoken out on behalf of his wife, Toyin Abraham.
Kolawole Ajeyemi, husband of Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham, has finally spoken out on the allegations made by Lizzy Anjorin against his wife.
The businesswoman and actress, Lizzy, had earlier accused Toyin of trolling her on Instagram with fake accounts. She further hurled insults at her after the latter filed a defamation lawsuit against her.
Ajeyemi has now taken to Instagram to express his displeasure over the recent happenings, even as he dished out some advice.
Read what he wrote below.
“In the year 1997, when I joined the film industry I gathered alot of experience and training until now that the world becomes a place of social media, I could remember there was no Instagram, Twitter and Facebook or whatsoever then and even if there was, it's not generally used as we do these days. Celebrities those days are like small gods which people don't just have access to as it is now, that was because there was nothing like social media then. BABA Eda onileola that did OGBORIELEMOSO is from my home town OGBOMOSO I couldn’t access him despite I wanted to join the industry.
Our whole life is now on the internet. Many families are ruined because of social media, many marriages and lifes are shattered because of social media. Internet is very good but at the same time INTERNET HAS DONE MORE EVIL THAN GOOD. I could remember then in that year when I wanted to join the industry Uncle Yomi faslanso @gone niyomifashlanso1 asked me what my motives of joing the industry and I said am here so that I can teach people, then he said what training do I have that makes me think I can teach people, I finally replied and said to him I want to teach people just like one of the movies you featured in titled ASE ORO did.
We are meant to teach people how to live BUT to my greatest surprise we suposed teachers of good thoughts and good deeds are now the ones misleading the nation with the use of the social media.
Aunty faitha #faithiawilliams once said and I quote “We have more life to live than SOCIAL MEDIA LIFE.” My personal perspective of film industry is that is a citadel of learning and experience for a better life."