In the realm of social media, where banter and playful exchanges are not uncommon, Lizzy Anjorin’s response to Paul Okoye’s suggestion of a boxing match with Iyabo Ojo reveals a potential humorous twist in the ongoing conflict between the two actresses. The rift stems from Lizzy’s accusations against a fictional character named Sepeteri, mistakenly believed by Iyabo Ojo to be her.
Paul Okoye injected a dose of humor into the situation by proposing a boxing showdown between the feuding stars, sweetening the deal with a tempting 10 million reward for the victorious participant. Notably, the proposal garnered attention, even prompting Upfront, a management firm, to express willingness to finance the celebrity boxing match, ensuring medical professionals are on standby to prevent injuries.
Lizzy Anjorin’s response, posted on her Instagram account, took a lighthearted turn as she continued to reference Sepeteri while promoting her clothing items. Her caption, laden with humor, reads, “TILL ERUKU OSHODI SEPETERI IPAPATE EPON SEW & WEAR $12K FABRIC FOR IRO & BUBA. BABA NO REPAIR ZOOM THE NECK AND HAND THIS IS NOT PLATE NUMBER… I DEY COME FOR UR REMAINING SPINAL CORD.”
This seemingly playful response not only maintains the comedic tone introduced by Paul Okoye but also showcases Lizzy’s ability to leverage the situation for promotional purposes, turning the narrative toward her fashion endeavors. As the online drama unfolds, it’s apparent that, amidst the apparent conflict, there’s room for a touch of humor and self-promotion in the world of celebrity exchanges on social media.
She wrote: “TILL ERUKU OSHODI SEPETERI IPAPATE EPON SEW & WEAR $12K FABRIC FOR IRO & BUBA. BABA NO REPAIR ZOOM THE NECK AND HAND THIS IS NOT PLATE NUMBER… I DEY COME FOR UR REMAINING SPINAL CORD. WE WILL NOT K*LL OR FIGHT B4 WE EAT PELE OMOALADE DONATION IYA ATI BABA ISINKU ONIJIBITI ORUKA ANA JA RUBBER BAND OBO SULELE IS AVAILABLE ORDER FOR YOURS NOW.”
However, an Instagram user identified as Isioma Odiakachi asserted that Paulo is merely attempting to make peace, to which Lizzy responded;
“may you be bullied to de*th…waka jeje no anger me o.”
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She continued by sharing more remarks made by online users who were trying to persuade her to accept the boxing bout challenge