By TEMILADE ENIOLA
A show of shame has broken out between two popular Nollywood actresses, Biodun Okeowo and Wura Gold.
The Yoruba movie stars who are both known as BFFs (Best Friends Forever) are now openly accusing each other of lesbianism.
BestOfNollywood reported that Biodun Okeowo could not hide her grievance by openly calling out her estranged friend. She wrote swear words on her BBM Status by laying a curse on Wura Gold that she won’t reap the fruit of her kids.
Explaining to BON why she swore at her best pal, she vehemently renounced her as a friend.
”Wura Gold was my friend before and we were very good friends. But I started to give her space when I started realizing the kind of person she truly was.
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She told me that she wants us to become lovers as in becoming Lesbian partners. I told her I wasn’t interested. And that was it. Wura started going around calling me names. She spoiled my name in front of everyone.
Recently, when I went for ‘TESFIR’ Ramadan Lecture. Some people saw me and started calling me friends with Wura Gold and I told them that she is not my friend. At least not any more.
Liz Dasilva then decided to set in to resolve the cause of the quarrel between us. Liz then put Wura and I on a conference call and tried talking to us. When I opened up to Liz on the reason Wura is fighting me, Wura started to curse me and my children. That was what prompted my BBM update”
In a sharp twist, Wura had a different version of the story when contacted.
Her words, “on the contrary it was Biodun Okeowo that asked me to become her lover and I turned her down. Why would she turn things, people are so funny.
You can go ahead and ask the likes of Anita Julius and Liz DaSilva at least they have slept in my house, if there was ever anytime I made such silly advances at any of them.”
The last has not been heard about the war between the two actress. ExpressNG will bring you more.
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