Eniola Badmus reacts as TikToker arrested for calling her ‘pimp’ resumes attack on Nollywood actresses

Eniola Badmus

Actress Eniola Badmus has reacted to a video of TikToker Nwakaego Okoye who labelled her pimp, resuming an attack on Nollywood female celebrities.

Nwakaego in a recent video, alleged that some Niollywiood actresses use their influence, money and connections to harass people.

The TikToker further alleged that actresses Tonto Dikeh and Iyabo Ojo who championed the #justiceformohbad online movement, used the singer’s death to get endorsements.

While demanding the release of self-acclaimed self-activist Verydarkman, she said: “Let me tell you why all these werey actresses, they are so comfortable in harassing somebody especially when they have updated their way to politics, it’s just because they have connections inside the politics level.

“Na who get money dey win case there is no objection to it. Once you know you have money and connections more than the person you will swing the person inside Kirikiri without no case in your head. No be who get evidence na who get money and connections dey win case, anyways you guys should release Verydarkman, him no do anything, na talk him talk, una use Tonto Dikeh and Iyabo Ojo, una use Mohand take collect endorsement for APC.”

Reacting in the comment section of the video, Eniola simply wrote: “Ma Worry.”

Nwakego had said in a 2023 video posted on TikTok that “Eniola Badmus is a professional pimp; she connects small girls to big politicians all over Nigeria.”

She later confessed that she made the defamatory statement about Eniola because someone named Fortune Ibe promised to pay her N200,000.

The woman added that she needed the money to pay her house rent.

“What happened was that a friend of mine, Fortune Ibe, said if I should come out and talk about Ms Eniola Badmus, he was going to send me N200k because I told him about my rent.

“That was what prompted the video. I am so sorry; I just did that because I was desperate to pay my house rent. I just did it because of the money,” Okoye said in an apology video she released before her prosecution and conviction.

She was sentenced to three years in prison for cyberstalking.

Nwakego is well known for making allegations against Nollywood celebrities.