The Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practioners Association of Nigeria, TAMPAN, has suspended actors Nkechi Blessing Sunday and Kehinde Adams popularly known as Lege.
Both actors have in the last few days been at each other’s throats on social media over the recent arrest of their colleague, Baba Ijesha, accused of multiple defilements of a minor.
TAMPAN also directed directors in the film industry not to engage the services of the suspended actors
See the statement below
Nkechi Blessing on her social media page had earlier called out the Lege for showing support for the embattled Baba Ijesha.
In a live video with Yomi Fabiyi, Lege also accused the actress of disrespecting him.
Reacting to the video, Nkechi Blessing took to her Instagram stories to further drag him. Calling him an illiterate and said she has no time to waste on him.
“My attention got really expensive… I don’t give it to classless id1ots.” She wrote as she shared photo of dollar bills.
“When you learn how to speak good English, come back and Imma reply you. But for now, i won’t let you send my brain back to Primary 1. illiterate!”
In another post, she commented,
“Mr man, Please shut the fvck up”.
Lege then replied, “you dey mad”.
Nkechi Blessing Sunday added another insult, “You want chop slap abi? Make Ogun no use your blood bath oh. Try dey get sense”.