Her claim had come as a response to the release of ‘Oko Iyabo’, a movie by Fabiyi on the sexual assault allegations against Baba Ijesha, their embattled colleague.
On Sunday, Fabiyi had put out the movie which portrays his version of the incidents that led to Baba Ijesha’s arrest and trial.
Shortly after ‘Oko Iyabo’ was released, it started to garner negative feedback from many users on social media who questioned the motives behind such a project.
Movie stars like Iyabo Ojo and Tonto Dikeh also condemned Fabiyi’s action, while the leadership of the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN) summoned the actor over the film.
Joining the fray, Bimpe also slammed the actor while questioning his motive for producing such a project.
In the now-deleted Instagram post, she had written: “I am so ashamed. How can someone do this?”
Shortly after her post, a user had reminded the actress how Fabiyi used to call her out on social media.
In her reaction, Bimpe acknowledged the follower’s comment while noting that she decided to turn a blind eye to Fabiyi’s alleged “constant harassment, bully and threats.”
“I’m aware, I just decided to always ignore. The major reason is because I didn’t make myself available for his sexual needs despite how much he tried but doing this to a child is just too much,” she replied the user.
“Yomi Fabiyi needs to be stopped. Enough is enough. Thank God for his grace, if not I would have given up on this dream because of his constant harassment, bully and threats.”
Fabiyi has not reacted to Adebimpe’s allegation as of the time of this report.
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