Yoruba movie actress, Dayo Amusa, appears to have thrown a shade at fellow Yoruba actress, Faithia Williams also known as Faithia Balogun.
In a post to Instagram on Thursday, Faithia talked about the need to secure a beneficial friendship and drop the ones that serves as a setback.
“Friendship is beautiful but when it is not getting the right things done neither is it moving you forward, it’s time to check things out,” she wrote.
However, Dayo suggested in a comment section that Fathia is a hypocrite.
“Practice what you preach,” she wrote.
Early this year, Dayo, 33, took to Instagram to reveal that up and coming actors disrespect veteran actors frequently on social media and something needs to be done to curb the habit.
“Respect don finish for industry ooo. All this upcoming/opportunist come actor now see their senior colleagues as took pick abi?? Make i rest here,” she wrote.
She tagged her post; some damage control needs to be done.
Dayo, who began her acting career in 2002, has starred in movies such as Ajegbodo, Oju awo, Ekan soso, Oogun mii, Dewunmi iberu, Inu, Idaa, Aroba, Unforgivable, Pathetic and Omoniyun.