The rape charge against former actress Baba Ijesha has continued to generate reactions and heat up arguments among Nigerian entertainers.
In a recent backlash, actress Iyabo Ojo fired another colleague, Yomi Fabiyi, for seeking video evidence showing Baba Ijesha denigrating the 14- years as he was charged.
Fabiyi posted on his Instagram page a call for patience about the allegations against Baba Ijesha, warning actors and celebrities, especially Iyabo Ojo to stop judging the accused until convicted in court.
However, Iyabo Ojo added that Yomi Fabiyi did not take the matter lightly in an Instagram post
She warned him to stay away from the case and stop video evidence but allow the police to conduct a proper investigation.
The mother of two described Baba Ijesha as a disgrace to the Yoruba film industry.
Iyabo insisted that she would not be silent on the affair or support evil because the accused is notorious.
In a video on her Instagram, Iyabo Ojo said: “I would not go back and forth with Yomi Fabiyi. Are you crazy about anything? You want to use me to catch a cruise because I didn’t agree with you you said I’m harassing you.
“You raised this issue of rape if you did not write without proper investigation or go to the police station, I would not have made the video.
“You said they should release the video, if you were the father if you did that, how would you feel about that girl.
“Some people like you want evidence to be posted online. If you didn’t do that writing I wouldn’t have made that video.
“I don’t have to call you behind closed doors, I’m different you can’t try me. Baba Ijesha has crossed his boundaries so he must be ashamed. Yes, my main colleague is Baba Ijesha but I do not support waste because he is my colleague. I will not even support my children.
“I don’t see anything wrong with it and will try to cover it, especially not for that child. Baba Ijesha is an embarrassment to Yoruba industry, it has dragged us into the mud
“Yomi says your writing is a flop, if you want evidence, call the Princess or go to the police station and do your research instead of coming on social media.”