Seyi Law And Kemi Olunloyo Finally Settle Their Long Time Beef (Photos)
For some months now, Comedian Seyi Law and Controversial Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo have been at each other’s throat over Seyi Law’s daughter, Tiwa.
It all started after Kemi Olunloyo pointed out that Tiwa is obese. This led to several disagreements between her and the comedian.
Well, it’s good to see that both of them are finally putting it all behind them as Kemi took to Instagram and wrote;
“#Tiwagate is OVER!
Special message for Tiwa @seyilaw1‘s daughter. Seyi blocked me after the beef started yet he talks about me to all media and I can’t read his postings about me except on Lilian’s @lnstablog9ja or way too many tagging me.
Seyi you are now free to go in peace. May God bless Tiwa. She will read this one day. When I become 73yo, she will be 20yo on the internet. I will not taint her childhood with bickering and hate. I respect myself as a social critic. Nigerians do not understand that concept asking a Journalist to contact celebrities privately. It is not done. We use public figures to illustrate many things. Obesity leads to high blood pressure, Diabetes, heart disease and more. It will not be in your portion IJN.
God Bless you baby Tiwa Alatile. I made you famous and proud of you.”
Seyi Law replied:
“Aunty Kemi, I am happy we can put this matter to rest and I must sincerely say, I have no personal issue with you except for Tiwaloluwa. When you release your first post, I liked it until the blogs blew it out. I never for once mentioned your children in any of my post and your PH issue, I said I was happy at first, but realised we all make mistakes and deserve forgiveness. The same blog made it look like I was mocking you and then you know what happened from there. I am sorry I said too many things and do hope you forgive.
If you ever heard anything after this, trust me they were interviews I granted before this month. I am glad we can lay this to rest. I wish you well in your Gubernatorial quest and hope we can always be happy for each other. Thanks for your concerns. God bless you. ‘SEYILAW.”