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Drama As Nollywood Yoruba Actress Attacks Movie Marketer In Oshodi Lagos Over Unpaid Debt

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Drama As Nollywood Yoruba Actress Attacks Movie Marketer In Oshodi Lagos Over Unpaid Debt

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Sept 3rd, 2016 – Drama As Nollywood Yoruba Actress Beat Up Movie Marketer In Oshodi Lagos Over Unpaid N250,000K Debt

A budding Yoruba actress has injured a male marketer in Oshodi area of Lagos.

The suspect identified as Lola Ajibola reportedly sold out her movie “Talopa Mummy” to Alhaji Ishola Saheed Ayedun, the owner of Isolak Films Ltd for a huge amount of money three years ago.

Because the movie didn’t sell as expected, Isolak ended up losing most of his investment.

To cut the story short, he started paying the debt back in 2013 until 2015 when the debt remained 0.5million naira and from there he cut off all contact with the actress.

On Sunday the 21st of August 2016, Lola Ajibola trailed him to his office in Arena Oshodi to request for her money.

The warring business partners reportedly had a closed-door meeting and then suddenly loud voices were heard coming from Isolak’s office.

Other marketers in the area rushed to the place only to see blood gushing out of Ishola Aiyedun’s mouth.

They begged the actress to take her leave before rushing the victim to the hospital.



  1. sola olaniyi

    September 3, 2016 at 7:35 AM

    who is the wicked actress sef

  2. ttt

    September 3, 2016 at 8:44 AM

    I think she is a boxer

  3. idriskutigi

    September 3, 2016 at 12:33 PM

    madam you For taken emm easy

  4. huchennar

    September 3, 2016 at 2:04 PM

    shey the woman na Mike tyson ni!? haba!! how will a woman break someone mouth..

    but if we must tell the truth marketers are not supposed to be in debt to producer for a long period because it not easy to produce but to a stage of breaking someone’s mouth i strongly disagree ????..

    #clueless human

  5. red

    September 3, 2016 at 4:47 PM

    Congratulations bad economy.Your seeds are spreading. The struggle is real.
    Lola that was a stupid move. Hitting a man because he’s owning you ? What if he had hit you back and creak your skull wide open ?
    As for the man,baba you messed-up. Dialogue matters a lot and tuning her off. You asked for it.

  6. fifelomo

    September 3, 2016 at 7:52 PM

    Madam Hung Hogan gently gently.

  7. Big Aunty Koks

    September 3, 2016 at 8:56 PM

    Mchwwweeeeew! Much as I do not support violence, I must say that it is very annoying for someone to owe a debt and then ignore his creditor. Debt outstanding since the year 2013 and it is still uncleared by 2016, with bouts of completely ignoring the owner of the money thrown into the equation.
    It is sheer wickedness to owe millions of Naira only to pay off the debt in tiny bits of two hundred Naira here, teeny Naira there and such annoying instalments. The owner cannot use such instalmental payments meaningfully. It is despicable BEHAVIOUR on the man’s part .

  8. Jilo

    September 3, 2016 at 10:28 PM

    Aunty Lola, have you gotten back your money after breaking the man’s jaw?. Why didn’t you take him to court? there are some situation where you need just legal backing. The court may forfeit his business because of money he owed you. Aunty Lola, you have taken this too far. I understand your plight and how you are being irritated for your money tied down for so long but all the same, you have to do this in a civil way.

    You are not the only one experiencing the effect of piracy in the movie industry. Some Nollywood movie producers such as Saheed Balogun, Kunle Afolayan and others crying their eye out because of how piracy has damaged their investment. They lot millions of Naira in investiment. This marketer Isolak is probably going through the same thing. I belief if he has sold enough? he must have paid you your money.

    In other to avert situation like this in future, I think the best option is to re-write the agreement that either marketer will bear the loss of the movie sales or both of you will share the loss. If the burden is shifted on marketer alone, he will end up using his personal money to pay the producers which I think no marketer ever wanted to do.

  9. Maryf

    September 5, 2016 at 3:38 PM

    Bad economy brought this upon this young man

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