Controversial investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, says she wouldn’t rest until she get justice after Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo’s phone sent her to prison.
Olunloyo also promised to reveal damning evidence against the actress, who she says is “conniving woman”, who tries to play the victim.
Drama between the duo was relaunched yesterday, after Kemi Olunloyo came at Iyabo Ojo over her mother’s day revelation that her husband didn’t show her love on her wedding day.
Ojo quickly replied the journalist, warning her to mind what she(Kemi) says — This then stirred Olunloyo into writing a mini epistle.
What Kemi Olunloyo wrote:
“Iyabo Ojo, young lady you are making your situation WORSE. The letter that was sent from your phone sending me to prison will finally be released Saturday morning. I only post on weekends now. It was saved for my book.
Only Pastor Ibiyeomie, myself, Vivian, NPF and Minister Douglas and the Toronto police officer who tracked it to your phone has copies a year after Idris botched the case. You DEFAMED me, you ruined my name, my business, my career. Silence is never the best answer for a fool. You must reply them. I’m one of the most transparent and honest human beings in the world. I DON’T LIE! I will highly suggest you keep your mouth sealed to protect your legal rights.
Your world is about to go down if you see what was sent from your phone to a Journalist in attempt to defame a pastor and ruin your reputation.
Nollywood figures are calling me. I’ve told @authenticmuy to call you to order. It is WORSE than you think. Your child was called a runs girl, you were called a prostitute runner disguising as an NGO, there were all sorts of things in that letter and all I did was begin investigating the car by posting page 1 of that 8 page letter LOOKING for witnesses to prove that Ibiyeomie allegedly gave you a car.
He does not know you, never met you. Who sent it to me? Vivian said she got the car from Apostle Suleiman and even returned it because you fought her for it as you felt she was trying to “snatch him from you“.