Fans Blast Actress Omotala Jalade For Doing This In Her New Photo
By Blessnews.com | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 3877 views
Popular Nollyhood actress Omotola Jelade has been fired by some fans who spotted photo of the actress on social media seated in a way some fans decended heavily on her.
Omotola Jelade is among most of the respected Nollyhood actress in Nigeria, she normally dress decently and also speaks politely.
Omotola recents photo has lands her in trouble in which most of her fans has hits hard on her for opening her legs. The photo posted on Facebook saw fan blasting the actress for opening her legs while sitting.
In the photo, Omotola was dressed decently with red attire, because of the Valentine. Meanwhile, a fan who claimed Omotola is beautiful why should she open her leg for what? Because she is a married woman and no man will tolerate that.
Checkout the photos of popular Nollyhood actress Omotola Jelade which has caused viral on social media which keeps Netizens discussing about it.
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