Nollywood Actress gets back at colleagues in the industry who didn't support Moji Olaiya's burial



Funke Adesiyan wasn't really impressed with some artistes who didn't lend any helping hand towards the burial arrangements of their colleague, Moji Olaiya, who passed away in Canada on May 17, 2017.

She came on her instagram page to pen down some derogatory remarks about her colleagues for not been useful in this burial arrangement:

“Some people can be funny. People are really not worth the trouble. We are supposed to be there for one another, and that's one of the objectives of associations"

"When Moji Olaiya died, many artistes flooded her house, crying and tendering condolences, and now that it requires donation, we couldn't see many of them. Colleagues were billed 100,000 naira each to bring Moji’s body back to Nigeria. Many didn't contribute one naira. If only just 50 of us contribute 100,000, we have N5m which is about $15,000"

"The only thing thing they know how to do is flaunt their wealth 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 sisters and brothers, stop forming oga madam on top nothing! Only flaunt your own sweat. If not, sidon Jeje and make less noise! We don’t need to turn to beggers to help one another. We all could be there for another when anyone has a cause to need help. If you are Moji’s friend/colleague and you didn’t contribute a dime towards helping to bring her down to Nigeria, please stop using her pictures"

"We thank the few artistes, socialites and friends who were really helpful in this contributions. You really saved the day. God bless you"


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