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Could Funke Akindele be pretending about her real nature or is there something she is not saying?

Real_gist 06/29/2020

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Well, with the current trend of things I think we really need to look into this matter between Jenifa (Funke Akindele) and her staffs.

Let's start with 'Toyo baby' claims to have worked officially and unofficially with Jenifa, yet had a 'misunderstanding' with her that even prompted her to leave Jenifa's diary.

Toyo (Olayode Juliana) said that many people have accused her wrongly for leaving Jenifa without actually knowing what went wrong.

Nevertheless, Toyo has refused to say anything about the misunderstanding until Jenifa speaks. Though, with the things Toyo said, one can infer that she was trying to say that 'Aunt Jenifa' was wrong.

Okay...we are done with Moyo.

Cassandra Owolabi who also worked with Jenifa as a script writer and also featured in one of Funke Akindele's series has come up with a new one again. She said she posted a video sometime ago about how Jenifa maltreats her staffs but the video was brought down in order to close up the issue.

According to her, she would have created another content immediately after the first one went down but because she was still battling with depression, she had let go for some time and fix her depression.

But now (according to her), she has become strong enough to speak again. She fearlessly spoke about how she and her former colleagues worked for Jenifa in fear.

They could hardly sleep well or even watch TV because Jenifa kept a close eye on them.

Well, it's okay for now. Let's wait to hear from the horse's mouth.

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+44-750865**** · 06/29/2020
An average African person once rich and famous becomes, arrogant and nasty towards those less privileged around them. So it's nothing new. For instance, an average African woman maltreats her House Help. In turn, the House Help abuses their children. What you sow is what you will reap. Jesus Christ said that, it is easier for a camel to go through the eyes of a neddle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God. It's not that Jesus does not want rich men to enter God's kingdom but the arrogance, pride, wicked attitudes and behaviour of the rich people, will not allow them to enter the kingdom of God. Rich people please, in God's name, be kind and loving to your workers and those who are less privileged around you. Whatever you are today, God made it possible. Always remember this please. People around you should love you rather than fear you. Hope you'll take in this gentle advice. And it shall be well with you. Give and surrender your life and wealth to your Maker through the Lord Jesus Christ. Use your wealth and talents to bless humanity thereby glorifying God. Be merciful unto those who need your mercy and you too will be granted mercy at the end of your life in this wicked world and God will welcome you into His Kingdom. May this words bless your soul.
foluayaba · 06/30/2020
my dear funke, if all they're saying about you is true, pls do amend... you may be rich, but you're nt God.
MorayoMercy · 06/30/2020
leave here Joo go and work
AdesinaAdeyemi_03 · 06/30/2020
Funke hmmm na only you Waka come? you weren't like dis before but when money comes you suddenly change, remember Rome was not build in a day and all fingers are not equal, people are continuously complain about you the way you treated your workers, please be careful if you are treated that way years back you could have not come in flying colors today, Aja tobama Sonu kingbo fere olode.

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