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Lizzy Anjorin’s Husband, Lawal Called Out By Ex-wife

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Actress, Lizzy Anjorin’s husband, Lateef Lawal has been accused by his ex-wife of being a deadbeat father as he has not been sending money to his other children and ex-wife.

This information was shared by Instagram blogger, Gistlovers_blog1 who had a conversation with the woman known as Fola Tinubu.

In the chat shared by Gistlovers, Fola Tinubu alleged that Lateef Lawal had cut off all access to him so they can’t reach him in terms of communication and he has refused to send money to them for their welfare.

Fola Tinubu cried out to concerned Nigerians to come to her aid as she is struggling to keep her head above water as she has three children to cater for all by herself.

Sharing the screenshots, she wrote;

Wahala be like Tinubu,na every year he Dey 69🤣🤣🤣🤣Mr Lawal Ex wife calls him out,says he has refused to send money for food for their kids,begs well meaning Nigerians to interfere for this matter o,Yam Pepper scatter scatter,Igi Ewedu oni wo luwa o.I come in peace.

Read the conversation they had below;

Some social media users have reacted to the chat and this is what they had to say.

ade.xo.xo wrote: Wowwwwwwww. Pls let’s open go fund me for the woman first before dragging Lizzy. She needs help that baby crying

jasmine_precious wrote: You ll marry someone’s husband then come to Instagram to start giving God praise for blessing u with a good husband ? Then start saying the man is the only good tree in the forest ? It’s well o

lizzie_samson wrote: I don’t understand the man o. You left your wife to marry some else atleast you’ll take care of your child

tarahpearlzwrote: And Lizzy dey form saint calling toyin out😂😂😂, Lizzy warn urself, ur time dey come Wey everything go turn yam scatter scatter…Let the man take care of his family oo, Mrs irumijolo.

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