“I am saying this for the first time, it’s over between Toyin Aimakhu and I, and I mean it,” Egbegbe said, adding, “And I am also using this medium to warn all movie producers to stay away from her.”
“Anybody that deals with her, the person is on his or her own. And I will act appropriately,” the Golden Effects CEO continued. “Toyin Aimakhu’s career is finished as far as Yoruba movie sector is concerned, unless she corrects the erroneous impression she has given the public about my person.”
Recall that their messy feud started after Aimakhu took to Instagram to beg an upcoming artiste who had threatened suicide. Not long after, her handle was taken over by unknown persons, her posts deleted. Next friends claimed that she was missing and they all pointed accusing fingers at Egbegbe.
But the producer denied the claims later and Aimakhu resurfaced days after to announce break up with Egbegbe. Now, the producer is upset and is making threats.
“How can a person l call my girl friend accuse me of kidnapping her?” He told Encomium. “What does she want to gain from that? And she said her PA typed the message. If that’s true, where was she? And when she noticed it, why didn’t she withdraw it immediately before the whole thing went viral?
“So, I believe she has something hidden. I am repeating it, no producer must deal with her again,” he said. “Any producer that doesn’t heed the warning will find him or herself to blame. It’s not a threat, it’s a promise.”