Toyin Abraham, the actress, has called out the real estate firm she once worked for over an alleged scam.
In 2020, the actress announced her partnership with Revolution Plus properties, a Lagos-based real estate firm.
The actress and some influencers of the brand came under fire over allegations of fraud against the firm in 2022.
The firm released a statement dismissing the allegations, adding that the firm “was built on integrity and trust.”
On Saturday, the actress took to her Instagram page to dissociate herself from the firm.
In a series of posts on her Instastory, the actress called out the company for cutting her out of the deal.
“After terminating someone’s deal yourself because you feel she doesn’t post your company or publicly do advert, you still want her to keep mute,” she said.
“You decided to terminate my deal because, in your words, [I had a] ‘reduced affection and reluctant approach towards publicly identifying with the brand.”
Toyin Abraham further said that she has been receiving “threats and curses” from strangers.
She asked the firm to refund clients that it allegedly scammed or she’ll start a campaign against them.
“Strange calls calling and cursing me with deep curses, cursing my kids and husband, getting DMs of curses every day, the threat to life,” the actress added.
“I will post the contract, I will post the letter. I will post the videos.
“Start refunding them now or give them their land or else I will start the campaign with full force.”
Credit: Cool FM