Laide Bakare criticizes Iyabo Ojo for joining the Labour Party because of a man's genitals
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Laide Bakare, has critcize Iyabo Ojo [/b]following Tinubu’s victory in the 2023 elections.

In a post shared online, Laide criticized Iyabo Ojo claiming that she joined the Labour Party because of a man's genitals. She accused Iyabo of pretending to be a saint while doing a live video, and stated that she had evidence to back up her claim. Laide went on to suggest that everyone should stay in their lane this year, and that if anyone wants trouble, they should bring it on to Instagram. She also shared a message that Iyabo allegedly sent to MC September on the 15th of September.

Laide Bakare's post has caused a stir on social media, with many people expressing their opinions on the matter. Some have criticized her for making such a statement, while others have supported her. However, Iyabo Ojo is yet to respond to Laide's claims.

It is not clear what prompted Laide Bakare to make such a statement, but it is possible that it is related to the recent victory of Bola Tinubu in the 2023 elections. Tinubu is a prominent figure in Nigerian politics, and his victory has been celebrated by many Nigerians.

The relationship between Laide Bakare and Iyabo Ojo is not known, but it appears that they are not on good terms at the moment. It is also not clear what impact Laide's post will have on Iyabo Ojo's career or reputation.

Regardless of the outcome, this incident serves as a reminder that social media can be a powerful tool for communication, but it can also be a double-edged sword. Words can be twisted and taken out of context, and what may seem like a harmless statement can quickly escalate into a full-blown controversy. Therefore, it is important to be careful with what we say and how we say it, especially on social media platforms.

“This year make everybody dey their lane and if you want wahala let’s drag ourselves from status to Instagram. I have the message you sent to MC September 15th mtcheeew.”

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