Aggrieved Nollywood actress Chioma Nwosu, has called out her colleague Toyin Abraham formerly known as Toyin Aimakhu, for treating her like a nobody while on set of a movie.
Chioma who took the war down to Toyin Aimakhu on behalf of upcoming actors who were victims of the ‘Seven and A Half Date’ Producer’s negligence, claimed that she treated actors like ‘shit’ even after putting up a call for extras.
Recall that Toyin Abraham, said she would be needing some extras for a wedding scene that would be shot the next day, which upcoming acts filled up for, hoping that luck will shine on them, only to be treated like ‘slum acts’ as revealed by Chioma Nwosu.
Chioma Nwosu said;
“The production was filled with aggression, abusive words, confusion and the likes. Toyin Aimakhu walked up to us at 8pm with the news that shooting would no longer hold that night”
She claimed they were left stranded and she had taken it upon herself to ask for some stipends, at least to cover for their expenses to the location. This surely didn’t go well with Toyin Abraham who reminded her that as an actor, there must be sacrifices and also yelled at her.
“Shame on you Toyin Abraham ” Chioma had emphasized leaving many to wonder if she has a personal score to settle with Ms Abraham.
Recall that Toyin Abraham’s movie Alakada Reloaded became one of the top grossing movies in 2017 after grossing 25 million naira in its first 3 days.
Speaking on the success of the movie, the Edo born actress said;
‘I am very happy, God has been so good to me and my fans have been so wonderful. I am extremely happy. We worked really hard on this movie, and I’m glad the hard work is paying off. I was expecting something like this but not this big. 25 million naira in three days is huge.
We have made 50 million naira now and it has only been a week since the movie was released to the cinemas. The rate at which we are selling out is mind blowing, even in non-Yoruba speaking state. I have been visiting different cinemas, along with other casts members and many other celebrities and people in large numbers have been storming the cinema to see the movie. It’s honestly humbling and I feel so loved and accepted. I am super grateful for this success and for the kind of fans I have. I just want this to continue as long as the movie remains in cinema’.