“O Ju Aye Plenty Yoruba Film Industry, Na the people that wants bad thing to happen to you go first Post Epistles about you”– Actress Joke Jigan Shade Colleagues For their Eyes Service

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Nollywood actress Joke Jigan has shaded her colleagues over the way they are consoling Toyin Abraham on Social Media over the recent social media Dragging.

Joke Jigan who recently lost her mother and buried her a few weeks back has come online to disclose that the Yoruba film indusis are composed of people who are always happy that bad thing happens to someone and fake their support when such happens.

Though few people disagree with her, saying that if they did not console her they would complain and now they did, they still complain.

While others use laughing emoji meaning she is funny and rather saying the truth.

Theladyjokelet wrote: But people dey sha!

Read some social media reactions below;

Char.ity8965 wrote: Shut up abeg,at least Dey supported her. Which one you do? Alabosi borabora, i remember when you had your child this woman Dey amongst the first people way coke hospital come see you.

Babstee12 wrote: If dey didn’t speak na the some of Una here go still drag dem for keeping quiet…Na wa o

Creamy_zy wrote: But if Dey don’t support who will ?, ati oju aye , ati real ! Atleast she still see people from same una industry wey support her ! There is no where ti kosi Abosi ! Toyin belongs to the industry , either it’s oju aye or not, atleast them still come out . It counts!!

Seriki_o wrote: I still talk am now.. Dem go cun dey post Oju Aye post, dey writr rubbish epitle, lori kinii

Swit_seun wrote: Nibo latun jasi bayi…..e karo ologi de o 😂😂😂😂😂

Queen_florence_oraloyin wrote: At list they try by supporting her during this hard time,,, what do we call your post and your colleagues that are laughing under your post in this hard situation 🤷‍♀️it’s well

Dejoke_gold wrote: just imagine what this one is saying 😢 ur fellow colleague is going through alot. what’s funny?too bad

Balikiess wrote: They are better than those who kept quiet in the face of oppression

See her post below;