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Eniola Badmus Speaks Out – No beef between me and Toyin Abraham


Voluptuous actress, Eniola Badmus, caused a problem on Instagram when she made some posts that were controversial, which many believed that she was aiming at Toyin Abraham (Aimakhu).

Both actresses are promoting their movies online, it seems the movies have the same theme and thrust. The title of Abraham’s movie is, The Ghost and the Tout and she has been promoting it for several months now. Meanwhile, The title of Badmus’ movie is Ghetto Bred, and she only started promoting it sometime after Aimakhu had been doing hers.

Many assumed that Badmus wasn’t pleased that Abraham was displaying herself as a ‘ghetto-bred,’ hence her social media updates. She had written on Instagram, “There is no point sugar coating or stealing title…ema lo wa o (don’t come).” Shortly before that, she had written, “There can only be one ghetto bred produced by Eniola Badmus.”

However, in a chat she had with Sunday Scoop, Badmus has denied the claim that there was no conflict between her and Abraham. She said, “There is zero beef between me and Toyin. We are very good friends. People always read different meanings to things but it’s not always as it seems. All I am doing right now is to promote my movie and I have gotten a lot of love from colleagues.”

Explaining the idea behind the movie, Eniola said, “I play the role of a dramatic taxi driver with the soul of a tomboy who lives in a ghetto with her educated elder brother. My character is an energetic and aggressive lady that never thought of having a boyfriend but later fell in love. The movie, which cost millions of naira, features top comedians and Nollywood actors.”

Meanwhile, she has yet to be given her prize money for being the winner of the Celebrity Housemates reality TV show that was held more than a month ago. However, she expressed confidence that she would definitely be given her money. She said, “They have no choice but to pay my money; trust me.”


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