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Iyabo Ojo and Fathia Williams Finally End Two-year Beef

Iyabo Ojo and Fathia Williams Finally End Two-year Beef
Iyabo Ojo and Fathia Williams Finally End Two-year Beef

 

 

Touchaheart Nigeria reports that Iyabo Ojo and Fathia Williams have ended their two-year beef by taking to Instagram to share photos of themselves.

 

 

Iyabo Ojo in a post she shared, disclosed that will be following each other back on Instagram. She also thanked Lagos State Chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, Musiliu Akinsanya, aka MC Oluomo and veteran actor, Olaiya Igwe, for the role they played in their reconciliation.

 

The actress wrote;

“It’s all peace and love, Faithia Williams. How we would follow each other back on Instagram is what’s remaining. Instagram experts, over to you. Thank you @kingmcoluomo, @olaiyaigwefilms.”

 

Iyabo Ojo and Fathia Williams Finally End Two-year Beef

 

Faithia Williams also shared same photos and also thanked both men. She wrote;

“Happy new year Iyabo Ojo. @kingmcoluomo, @olaiyaigwe films, more wisdom and understanding. Let peace reign.”

 

 

Iyabo Ojo and Fathia Williams Finally End Two-year Beef

 

 

The Nollywood actresses had a public fall-out in 2020, with Iyabo Ojo calling Faithia a “snitch”. Though it was alleged that their fight was over a younger lover, Faithia debunked the claim and also stated that she can’t engage in a beef over a man.

 

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