OPEN LETTER TO MRS. KEMI OMOLOLU - OLUNLOYO


By Oladimeji Balogun



Dear Mrs. Olunloyo, if you're reading this, i'll advise you to back down on your proposed 'bole kaja' fight with Toyin Kosoko. Remember the story of how David defeated Goliath? 
I have been a friend of the Kosokos for a while and I can tell you that not many people knows Toyin, but just gave her undue publicity. It should also be noted that you're doing more harm to yourself than the Kosokos. Read the feedback from the general public, you'll understand what I mean. 
Why do you always have to come after celebrities to the extent of threatening to drag Toyin 'so low' to your level because you're a 'social media critique' and expert in gibberish writing. 
I agree you have the Right to say whatever you feel as a person but Yoruba will say "Agbalagba ki s'oro bi ewe". That Olamide, Adeboye, Oyedepo, Bianca Ojukwu & co didn't sue you doesn't mean they can't. It is because they felt it is not necessary to fight with a pig. 
What exactly are you teaching the younger generation ma?
There are many people out there who lost wives and children to different circumstances. Were they lost to 'rituals' too? That your father became a ritualist after winning Oyo State governorship election in 1983 (like you said) doesn't mean that's what everybody does. If you claim Nollyhood is known for ritualism, have you ever partook in any of it?
Madam Olunloyo, ma, Linda Ikeji might have made some fortunes through gossips, lies and rumours, that's Linda. What is good for the goose is not always ok for the gander. Let's Prince Jide Kosoko worry about his life while you concentrate on your crashed marriage too ma.
And please note, it is wrong to pick ones nose with finger in public. You did that in your video ma.
With love,
Uncle Oladimeji Balogun
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