Actress Funke Adesiyan has vowed to maintain sealed lips on her controversial post over late Moji Olaiya. The pretty actress refused uttering a word about her post when encomium.ng had a chat with her early hours of today Wednesday, May 24, 2017.
“I will like to remain silent about the post, I wouldn’t like to make any further comments. I have already said what I have to say.”
Those were her words when we had a chat with her.
On Tuesday, May 23, the actress cum politician took to Instagram to express her displeasure over some of her colleagues who have been shedding crocodiles tears since Moji Olaiya passed on but took to their heels when it came to making monetary contribution towards her burial.
According to Miss Adesiyan, some of her colleagues would flaunt their wealth on social media and pretend to be rich.
“Life is funny. People are really not worth the trouble. The essence of being part of an association, group et al is so you can be there for one another in matters related to you all.
“It’s really a shame that many artistes came on social media, flooded Moji Olaiya’s house shedding tears and when it boils down to extending a helping hand, many chickened out. Artistes were billed 100k each to bring Moji’s body down. If 50 of us contributes 100k, we have 5million which is about $15k (medical rate). Many didn’t contribute a penny.
All they know how to do is flaunt wealth that they dont have on social media. The house you live in is being paid for by others, the car you drive na dash, the supposed business you own, you are not making a dime from.
“My sister/brother, quit living large and forming rich on other people largesse. Forming oga madam on top nothing! You only have right to flaunt your own sweat. If not, siddon Jeje and make less noise please! We don’t need to turn to beggers to help one another. We all could be one another’s helper. If you are Moji’s friend/colleague and you didn’t contribute a dime towards helping to move her down, you should take her picture down!
“Thank you to the very few artistes, socialites, friends who contributed to save the day. May God bless you all.”