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Why Iyabo Ojo, Lara Olukotun Are Fighting

Star actress, Iyabo Ojo and her best friend, Lara Olukotun, owner of Larrit Shoes Village are now sworn enemies. But the billion dollars question on the lips of many has been what went wrong between them.

Actress Iyabo Ojo

Be that as it may, we can tell you for free why the two famous ladies are at war. Insiders squealed to us that the ladies are fighting because of popular fuji musician, Pasuma.

Those in the know told us that the actress was very close to Pasuma and she shared her intimate secrets with Lara. But to her greatest surprise, Lara started dating the musician.

The ladies bitter quarrel became obvious when Iyabo Ojo opened her restaurant, Abula Spot and a multi-million naira business complex in Lagos but Lara shunned the event.

Sources told us that: “Some actresses have not been comfortable with this affair. Larrit knows this but she’s less bothered. I can’t say it was because of Pasuma that Iyabo Ojo fell out with Larrit but there was a fight that got Larrit a black eye. She didn’t hesitate to put it up on Instagram and called her assailants betrayers.”

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When the musician celebrated his 50th birthday in November 2017, Iyabo Ojo planned a surprise party for him at her Abula Spot which was attended by Nollywood stars. But Lara did not attend the event.

Besides, Lara’s post in December, 2017 was a mockery of Iyabo Ojo: “Omolara…2017 is d year u fought soooo hard to discover ur own strength, u discovered ur own highest tolerance, u discovered ur inner peace of mind. U saw d worst of d worst, that could have brought out d beast in any lady but u handled it in a very matured way, U were betrayed, backstabbed, misjudged, lied against, Even slept on d same bed with an enemy that was thinking I was not aware of her game plans but u took it all in & smile at them all while they thought they were fooling u hnmmm instead u embraced them all with more love, u gave them wat u have & left them to their conscience. U smiled @ d pain & laughed over it….”

Star actress, Iyabo Ojo and her best friend, Lara Olukotun, owner of Larrit Shoes Village are now sworn enemies. But the billion dollars question on the lips of many has been what went wrong between them.

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Be that as it may, we can tell you for free why the two famous ladies are at war. Insiders squealed to us that the ladies are fighting because of popular fuji musician, Pasuma.

Those in the know told us that the actress was very close to Pasuma and she shared her intimate secrets with Lara. But to her greatest surprise, Lara started dating the musician.

The ladies bitter quarrel became obvious when Iyabo Ojo opened her restaurant, Abula Spot and a multi-million naira business complex in Lagos but Lara shunned the event.

Sources told us that: “Some actresses have not been comfortable with this affair. Larrit knows this but she’s less bothered. I can’t say it was because of Pasuma that Iyabo Ojo fell out with Larrit but there was a fight that got Larrit a black eye. She didn’t hesitate to put it up on Instagram and called her assailants betrayers.”

When the musician celebrated his 50th birthday in November 2017, Iyabo Ojo planned a surprise party for him at her Abula Spot which was attended by Nollywood stars. But Lara did not attend the event.

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Besides, Lara’s post in December, 2017 was a mockery of Iyabo Ojo: “Omolara…2017 is d year u fought soooo hard to discover ur own strength, u discovered ur own highest tolerance, u discovered ur inner peace of mind. U saw d worst of d worst, that could have brought out d beast in any lady but u handled it in a very matured way, U were betrayed, backstabbed, misjudged, lied against, Even slept on d same bed with an enemy that was thinking I was not aware of her game plans but u took it all in & smile at them all while they thought they were fooling u hnmmm instead u embraced them all with more love, u gave them wat u have & left them to their conscience. U smiled @ d pain & laughed over it….”