Nollywood actor, Stanley Nweze has weighed in on his colleagues, Ruby Ojiakor and Anita Joseph’s beef.
Tontrends reported that Ruby Ojiakor had called out her senior colleague, Anita Joseph.
Taking to her Instagram page, Ruby Ojiakor sternly warned Anita Joseph never to query her for not celebrating her.
According to Ruby, Anita Joseph had queried her in her DMs for not celebrating her birthday in January.
Ruby noted how Anita Joseph didn’t celebrate her when she got her mother a new house but was expecting her to celebrate her.
Threatening her, Ruby stated that till the world ends, Anita Joseph should never query her for that.
She noted how she always celebrates people even if they are not of her caliber, but that isn’t the same for Anita Joseph.
“I don’t know how some persons rate others, or how people see their fellow of how they see you? I don’t know how people reason. For, Ruby Ojiakor, she respects and loves everywhere.
I don’t celebrate you based on your level. If you are for me, I am for you. If you celebrate me, I will celebrate you.
I am making this video because of Anita Joseph, don’t try to query me for not celebrating you till the world end. Don’t call or send DM, and don’t try it again.
I built a house for my mother, you didn’t celebrate me beautifully I am not at your level. Then, you have the right, to query me for not celebrating your birthday. Did you celebrate with me? Now, you want me to celebrate you”.
Captioning the video, she wrote, “One good turn deserves another. Stop looking down on others”, because nobody knows tomorrow.
What is good for the goose” is also good for the gander”.
God bless everyone”.
Reacting to it, Stanley Nweze lamented over the level of eye service in Nollywood.
Concurring with Ruby, he stated that one who supports those who support them.
He noted how many are feeling too big to celebrate their own but want to be celebrated.
“Omo dey for who dey for you oh… Support those who support you, and celebrate who celebrate you simple….. The eye service for this Nollywood don too much… People feeling too big to celebrate their own but want to be celebrated”.