Nollywood Actress Eniola Ajao Reveals Truth Behind Best Dressed Female Award at Movie Premiere

Calls The Bobrisky Controversy A Publicity Stunt

Nollywood actress Eniola Ajao has finally addressed the swirling controversy surrounding the Best Dressed Female award given to Bobrisky at the premiere of her latest movie, “Ajanaku: Beast of Two Worlds.”

The movie premiere, held on Sunday, attracted a plethora of celebrities adorned in captivating costumes. However, the decision to crown Bobrisky as the Best Dressed Female stirred up intense debate and criticism across social media platforms.

In an exclusive interview with Arise News TV, Eniola Ajao revealed that the controversial decision to award Bobrisky was a deliberate publicity stunt and marketing strategy aimed at generating buzz for her movie. She emphasized Bobrisky’s controversial persona as a key factor in the decision-making process.

Ajao clarified that the selection of Bobrisky as the winner was orchestrated by her team to garner attention and spark conversations about the movie. She expressed regret over the ensuing backlash and acknowledged the unintended consequences of the decision.

Addressing the public outcry and the subsequent fallout, Ajao extended a heartfelt apology to Femi Adebayo, who had unwittingly become embroiled in the controversy while presenting the award. She emphasized Adebayo’s innocence in the matter, highlighting his supportive role as a colleague and friend.

In her statement, Ajao underscored the importance of unity and understanding within the industry, urging for restraint and forgiveness amidst the unfolding drama.

The actress concluded her message with a note of anticipation for the release of “Ajanaku: Beast of Two Worlds” on March 29, urging fans to embrace the upcoming movie and promising an unforgettable cinematic experience.

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Eniola Ajao’s candid revelations shed light on the behind-the-scenes intricacies of the entertainment industry, emphasizing the lengths to which filmmakers go to promote their projects in a highly competitive landscape.

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