Multiple award-winning actress Toyin Abraham Ajeyemi has spoken on the issues with her brands as well as the status of her mental health.
It is not news that Toyin Abraham was bullied on social media since she declared support for the president elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, at the 2023 presidential election.
Toyin Abraham was dragged online by supposed Obidients fans who claimed the actress was supporting a ‘wrong’ candidate.
While updating her fans about the state of her well-being, Toyin Abraham claimed she is doing fine and is not moved by the agendas of netizens.
Regarding the issues with the brands she represents, Toyin claimed all her deals are still intact.
The mother of one expressed gratitude to her loyal fans and friends who stood by and checked on her when she was being trolled.
She wrote on her Instagram stories, ” Is like I’m contesting for a post in this election. Thanks, everyone, but I’m very, very fine nothing do me o, just letting people know how far some people can go cos you aren’t supporting their candidate.
All my deals are intact. Thanks for the love.
Huge thanks to @otunbaseun cos I don’t know if it’s by force to support your candidate. Anyways thanks to everyone once again. I’m very, very good.
Trouble looms as netizens petition Toyin Abraham’s brands
Jaratunes recalls that netizens petitioned one of the brands Toyin Abraham represents over her support for the president-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
A post shared by controversial Esabod revealed that one of the popular brands Toyin Abraham worked for was petitioned to disassociate itself from the actress.
The unidentified writer claimed they would boycott the product if they refused to remove Toyin from the brand.
“This is to inform you that some of us we will start boycotting our product due to one of your brand ambassadors Toyin Abraham, she is not a good and patriotic Nigerian for choosing to support a candidate and apolitical party who has brought us huge looses and pains. We want you to terminate her contract with your company,” the unknown petitioner wrote.