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Popular actress Iyabo Ojo has reacted to claims by Isaac, younger brother of former Ekiti Governor, Ayodele Fayose on the alleged dwindling service of her restaurant.

Recently, a video captured Fayose complain about being served three bones for N7,000 for a plate pepper soup.

He displayed the bowl of pepper soup, asking his fans if they’d pay the given amount for such a dish.

He also claimed that he sent the video to his cousin, Toyin Lawani, and asked her to speak to her friend.

He alleged their service was declining, claiming to have been a regular consumer for one year but had never experienced such.

Fayose noted the movie star eventually called him and lashed at him, called him poor, accused him of chasing clout before ending the call abruptly.

Reacting in an Instagram live video, Ojo stated ‘her hand was forced to reply’ basically for two reasons.

“I really wanted to ignore this but I noticed a lot of people have been tagging me regarding the video Isaac Fayose made about my restaurant. I just want to clear the air for two reasons. One, for my darling customers and two, for those (my fans) who feel I need to address it,” the mother of two began.

She accused Fayose of attempting to ‘sabotage her business’ and ‘demanding compensation’ when he had already taken his pound of flesh.

Ojo explained after Toyin Lawani sent the video made by Fayose of his pepper soup that was delivered to him from her restaurant, she called her manager and supervisor to reach out and apologise to him, ensuring they also get his details for a refund or ask him if he’d like a complimentary dish.

She claimed while all that was ongoing, several persons sent her same video via Whatsapp and told her Fayose shared it on his status.

According to Ojo, she became enraged that he still wanted their complimentary package and an apology after taking his pound of flesh by sharing the video on his Whatsapp status for all his contacts to see.

She accused him of attempting to ruin her business wondering why he shared the video when plans were already ongoing to redress the situation.


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