The update of Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham-Ajewole’s CV (CV) has sparked reactions from Nigerians following her endorsement of President-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Kemi Filani reported hours ago that the mother-of-one took to her Twitter page to reveal her updated bio. She described herself as an actress, producer, director, philanthropist and more.
However, what stood out was that she self-identified as the Asiwaju baby who was bullied the most for her choice in her bio. She tweeted, “Actress, Producer, Director, Philanthropist, Asiwaju Baby, Speaker, Influencer, Brand Ambassador, Highest-grossing actress in five years, Producer of one of the highest-grossing films, Most bullied for her choice, etc.”
Toyin Abraham triggers a reaction with new bio
Nigerians went to different comment sections to correct Toyin Abraham regarding her bio that she was the most bullied as many remarked that her colleague Eniola Badmus is the most bullied because she supported Tinubu from the beginning. others criticized Toyin Abraham for labeling herself “Asiwaju Baby” because her conscience was not appeased.
An Enional Myde wrote: “Asiwaju baby, why did you run away when your siblings came to your polling station to disrupt the election process at your polling station? I could have sworn you introduced yourself to them as their siblings instead of running away.”
Egoumez wrote: “Well done Asiwaju baby I must never idolize another man over my husband in Jesus name amen”
Vicky Ranky wrote: “She just said, bullied the most 😑.. please don’t steal Eniola’s Badmus title”
Omewa wrote: “Abeg, I don’t even hear from our President, real kids… na adopted kids, wahala much😂”
Eugo wrote: “This whole voting thing made me lose every iota of respect I had for any public figure and close friends. Your choice of candidates really speaks volumes about who you really are.
Chouskina wrote: “Most are bullied because of your ignorance, not your choice. It was never about choosing another candidate, it was about the type of candidate you choose and their values. Your fans look up to you and appreciate you very much and you let them down by supporting a person who doesn’t value their rights and humanity and you expect them to applaud you?
Esther wrote: “You leave your degrees, mother, Mrs. Dey, write Asiwaju, baby, common sense is not common”
Kayatfoods wrote: “All this actress na cloutina they are, the only person who has really been bullied and really done this supporting thing is Eniola Badmus, all the rest na atenu supporting her.”
mheenah wrote: “Nothing to piss me off, pass this Ashiwaju baby”
Oluchi wrote: “I don’t think they’ve ever bullied her before if not for this election, so who gets bullied the most? Get Wetin Eniola Badmus talking?”
“Jagaban is coming,” beams Toyin Abraham when she finally meets Tinubu
Kemi Filani recalls that the actress was called upon to join her peers in the Yoruba film industry in supporting Tinubu. On her Instagram page, Toyin shared pictures of herself, Tinubu and Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu at an event.
According to the mother-of-one, she is meeting Tinubu for the first time and he shared with her the methodology he will use to address the nation’s challenges. She also noted that after listening to him, she assured him that she made the right choice.
Captioning the post, she wrote: “For the first time I met the new President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and he shared some of his ideas, vision and strategies to solve the challenges ahead as a nation. Listening to him actually renewed my hope and validated why he is my choice. Jagaban is coming!”
Toyin Abraham insists she wasn’t paid to support Tinubu
Kemi Filani also reported that Toyin Abraham insisted that her choice of presidential candidate was of her free will, not because she was paid to do so.
The actress, who seems to share and agree with APC presidential nominee Tinubu’s values, simultaneously posted what appeared to be a prayer and a curse on her Instagram page.
She issued a conditional statement in her native language, implying that her fans’ wishes would sway her if she received payment for voting. In addition, the mother of one child offered a prayer for protection from death.