Nigerian Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has apologized to Davido, Linda Ikeji and several other celebrities she has fought with.
This was made known in a post the self-acclaimed investigative Journalist shared on her verified Instagram page on Monday, November 30.
The list of people Kemi Olunloyo is apologizing to is a long one, and contains names like Davido, Linda Ikeji Eniola Badmus, Dayo Amusa, Venita Akpofure, Seyi Law, Georgina Onuoha, Iyabo Ojo, Lasisi Elenu, Toyin Lawani.
Describing herself as the nicest person in the world, she called for all ‘industry beefs’ to end this year.
The journalist who extended an olive branch to the concerned celebrities pleaded with them to let love lead as everyone is now looking forward to a better 2021.
“I love you all. Nobody is blocked. Don’t let someone’s hate for me make you hate me. Hate is a strong word. Don’t let people influence U the wrong way. Many people meet me apologising for hating me via their many comments online. Kemi Olunloyo is the nicest person in the world.
“Don’t judge people. All industry beefs should end for 2021 is about to be our biggest year. It was not about what we didn’t get in 2020. It is about what we had: Good health and our livelihoods. Many did not.
“To Davido, Linda Ikeji @eniola_badmus @dayoamusa @veezeebaybeh @seyilaw1 @georginaonuoha and everyone I’ve ever beefed online for one thing or the other, let love lead. Love you @iyaboojofespris @lasisielenu @tiannahsplacempire.”
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