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“I stand for justice and fairness” Iyabo Ojo deeply apologies

Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo has finally given in to public pressure and expressed her sincere regrets to her co-stars in reality TV, Laura Ikeji and Faith Morey.

The mother of two, whose actions on the popular reality show Real Housewives of Lagos left viewers disillusioned and underwhelmed, denounced bullying in a lengthy message on her Instagram page.

Iyabo asserts that she hasn’t changed throughout the years and that she stands for equity and justice. She disclosed that one of her primary objectives for participating in a reality TV program was to amuse everyone and give them a show that was worthwhile, which she successfully achieved.

In the middle of it all, she acknowledged that her actions had offended some people and that these are characteristics of bullies. She is apologizing for this.

She said that although she doesn’t regret standing up for the late singer Mohbad, she still loves and supports him and finds it difficult that some have equated her actions on the show with her support for him.

Iyabo penned a short note to her lover, Paulo Okoye for his unwavering support.

“I Iyabo Ojo, I am the same person at my core that you have always known over the years. I stand for justice and fairness. One of my main goals of starring on a reality TV show was to entertain everyone and give you all a show worthy of your time. I made sure that drama was the centerpiece of the show. In the midst of that drama, I may have offended some people and displayed some behaviors that are certain attributes to bullies. For that, I am truly sorry to all that I have offended.

I emphatically reject all forms of bullying. I have never bullied anyone in my day-to-day life nor condoned bullying in any form. For me to bully, is to continuously denigrate, hurt, and cause harm to others, and that is not me. Stepping on that dress on the show was a way to get talking points for the show for entertainment purposes, and we succeeded. No harm was meant.

Justice for the fallen singer Mohbad is something very dear to me and dear to millions of people around the world. I have no regrets, being in this fight for him and his family. With this, I find myself dragged and people capitalizing and even belittling the gravity of the situation by equating it to a show. This is real life!

People who know me are aware that I give my all and last dime to people behind the scenes. I take care, nurture, and uplift others as much as I can. To read my daughter’s post, @its.priscy online broke my heart to even imagine the burden it must be for her and her brother to be dragged online just because of me. That moved me as a mother. I want them to know that I will give the world to them.

To my man Obim @pauloo2104, I love and respect how solid you are. Thank you for your unwavering support for me and for reminding me of my core values. You and I are ONE ♾️.

Finally, just as we can learn to live together in peace when we agree, we can also learn to be cordial in our differences towards each other”.

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