Iyabo Ojo, the Nollywood actress, has aimed a dig at Lizzy Anjorin over claims that her colleague stole gold and did a fake transfer at a Lagos market.


On Monday, there were reports that Anjorin stole gold in the Idumota market in Lagos Island.

Other reports alleged that the actress made a fake transaction after buying goods worth N91,000 from a store inside the market.

Anjorin, however, denied the allegations. She also argued that the video was a “setup” against her.


But while reacting to the reports, Ojo, who has been in a social media war with Anjorin, appeared to have mocked the entrepreneur over the alleged theft.

The reality TV star took to her Instagram to announce a giveaway of N90,000 to her followers.

“I’m in a good mood. I want to do a 90k giveaway to one person. Who make i dash ooo. Oya tell me what you will do with it & drop account details… I go cover eye choose one person,” she wrote.


In another post, Ojo shared a video clip of her late mother with background music hailing her.

She also said even in death, her mother has always “watched over me” — implying that she will not be put to shame by anyone.

“She insulted you & your grandchildren countlessly but even in death you have won….. na she dey do esin Agbaye, now I know you’re not sleeping keep watching over us,” she wrote in a mixture of English and Yoruba.

In the past months, Anjorin and Ojo have on countless occasions attacked each other with expletive-laden words on Instagram.


Last November, Anjorin alleged that Iyabo is the individual behind a well-known yet shadowy blog. She also claimed Iyabo is aware of the circumstances surrounding the death of Mohbad, the singer.

Ojo, however, dared Anjorin to call her out directly rather than throw thinly veiled digs at her.

She also filed a N500 million lawsuit against Anjorin over alleged libel.


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