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Juliana Olayode Finally Opens Up About Why She Left Jenifa’s Diary [Video]

Juliana Olayode Finally Opens Up About Why She Left Jenifa’s Diary[Video]

Juliana, who is also an author, is best known for her role in Funke Akindele-comedy Bello’s series “Jenifa’s Diary.”

Juliana Olayode aka Toyo Baby, a Nollywood actress, has finally spoken out about why she left the blockbuster hit series Jenifa’s Diary.
Juliana, who is also an author, is best known for her role in Funke Akindele-comedy Bello’s series “Jenifa’s Diary.”
However, she was no longer a part of the show as of May 2016.
Juliana claimed that her departure from the hit series was due to her former manager, Pastor Timi Adigun.
She had previously accused her ‘Spiritual father,’ the pastor, of seizing control of her Facebook and other social media accounts.

However, Adigun, the lead pastor of Mine Teens ministry, responded by denying that he had the actress’s social media passwords.
Toyo Baby claimed that her departure from the show was precipitated by a letter from her former manager to the show’s producers.
She advised him against sending to email, but he refused, according to her.
“Talk about Jenifa’s Dairy,” she said, “because you just came in and said what you said.” Who is the sender of the email? The email was sent by you. Because I pleaded with you that day, ‘Please don’t send this email,’ and you refused. You said you wanted to send the email because you wanted to defend me as a father.

“And I pleaded with you, saying ‘don’t send this email.'” Okay, go ahead and make some changes to the email. What exactly did you say? ‘ The only issue I have with you is that you don’t trust my judgment. I’m attempting to defend you. Everything you’ve said. That day, I was in tears. Titilope, your wife, was present. Because I trusted you, I never said anything.

“There were times when I knew you were making the wrong decisions for me, but you always told me to trust you.”
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