Nkechi Blessing Sunday, Nollywood actress, says she apologised to Juliet Ibrahim following their argument on social media but the Ghanaian actress never acknowledged the gesture.
The actors recently locked horns on Instagram, exchanging words and trading insults on the platform.
In an interview with TheCable Lifestyle, Sunday, who is popular for her role in ‘Omoge Lekki’, said: “I have apologised to her and moved on but she blocked me and that’s her business.
“I am at peace with myself because I did apologise and she never accepted it.
Sunday said although she has never met Ibrahim, she can invite her to take part in her movie production if she’s interested.
At the recent City People Movie Awards, Sunday tripped and fell on stage.
She explained to TheCable Lifestyle how it happened: “My colleague Jumoke Odetola won the best actress category which I was equally nominated too, so I went on stage to cheer her up and while coming down the stairs and I didn’t know where a glass cup came from and it gave me a cut on the leg.
Sunday said she was not embarrassed by the fall, particularly because she won the next award category.
“That is what I call grace because when I took a fall, the award rose me up,” she said.
“I was not(embarrassed) because with the blood stain on my leg, I walked majestically to the stage to receive my award. When I fell, I thought it was normal but it was not as so many enemies were in front of me who did not even stand up to assist me.
“Those that I know and won’t like to mention their names were even laughing at me.”
When asked about her dream role, the actress said she looks forward to playing a mentally unstable person.
She said: “That is the role of a mad woman because I want to portray myself as a versatile actor. I have played quite a lot of roles and also I look forward to playing a ghetto kind of role where I will showcase the rough side of me.”
The actress who last featured in Toyin Abraham’s ‘Ghost and the Tout’ is working on her new movie titled ‘Unsane’.
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