Fast rising Nollywood actress, Dorcas Shola Fapson famously known for her taxify-saga some months back has said legendary actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde is a horrible person.
Shola Fapson called out Omotola Jalade after an ‘unpleasant’ encounter with the actress during the 2018 African Magic Viewers Choice Award.
Today, she is not only noted for her incomparable showbiz accomplishments but is also applauded for her remarkable humanitarian efforts. Over the years, Omotola has been a pioneer in the Nollywood film industry, successfully becoming the most watched actress in Africa.
Shola Fapson who felt bad that she was nominated but didn’t win any award shared a video saying ‘not winning an AMVCA won’t dictate my career, onto bigger and better things’. She wrote;
Sooo we didn’t win BUT I was already super happy to be nominated which was already a win for me! Thank you soooo much to every single person that supported me! Bigger and BETTER coming!…
She then went on to accuse Omotola of being a horrible person on her Snapchat, though she chose not to go into details. See what she wrote below;
“P.s I used to be suchhh a HUGE fan of Omotola up untill tonight. She’s absolutely horrible. If I tell y’all what she did. Smh. NEVER look down on anyone cause you’re on top, trust me tables can turn ANYTIME sis. I was bouta rant and they took light, well guess issa sign but yahhh peace and love to all the HUMBLE celebs.”
Apart for being a wife, mother, and on-screen performing artist, Omotola has always had a passion for writing. She was even offered her own column in OK! Nigeria. The famous column, labeled Omotola’s Diary, features written words directly from Omotola about her life, experiences, and her inimitable viewpoint.
Her other works include personal poems and co-written scripts for a lot of the films in which she has starred. Omotola, the philanthropist, powers her NGO project, the Omotola Youth Empowerment Project (OYEP). The enterprise brings youths together for the authorization Walk and Convention.
One of the program’s very famous projects includes the 20 Widows Makeover. The program received a nomination for Best Charity/Cause connected Event at the Nigerian Event Awards in 2012 and continued to work in remembrance of Omotola’s late mother.