Popular actress, Toyin Abraham has revealed the reason she involved the Nigeria Police in her long-running feud with fellow actress, Lizzy Anjorin.
According to the actress, she involved the police to clear herself and get the matter resolved.
Toyin noted that she had never trolled her colleague with any fake Instagram page or paid a blogger to attack her.
Toyin, who broke down in tears while addressing the issue on Saturday, said she was responding to the issue because she wanted to protect her son and husband after Anjorin dragged them into the issue.
She said: “It is important that I make these clarifications and share this information with the public, especially after the conclusion of the police investigation.
“Lizzy Anjorin and I, We no longer have issues. Yes, I had to get the police involved. The investigations revealed that I did not wrong her. She ran with a comment from a fan which did not come from me. At the Police station, we tabled our grievances and she apologized and we have since moved on.
“This clarification is important for some reasons and the Police have concluded their investigations and I need to let the public know.
“And please, I am begging, anything that has to do with me and Lizzy is now in the past. I beg you. And I also want to beg everyone. Every child is my child. No matter how the case may be please kindly take children out of it. I am on my knees begging. Thank you and love you all. Thank you.
“Lastly, I want to say a huge thanks to all my fans for always supporting my brand and loving me unconditionally.
The rift between the actresses started in 2007 when Anjorin allegedly accused Abraham of trolling her and her colleagues in the industry.
The fight became more intense after Abraham had her baby, Ire, and Anjorin was accused of not sending a congratulatory message to her. This resulted in a feud between the two as fans rained insults on Anjorin and Abraham did not interfere.
This made Anjorin so angry because, according to her, Abraham had the power to tell her fans to back off, but rather, she kept quiet.