Blessing CEO who had a fallout with Ada Ameh before her demise is grateful that she apologized and settled things amicably with the actress before her death.
Back in 2021, Blessing CEO had slammed veteran actress, Ada Ameh for correcting Kemi Olunloyo over a statement she made about the late Dowen College student, Sylvester Oromoni.
Ada Ameh had slammed Olunloyo for claiming that Sylvester was willing to join the cult group, adding that he consented to be beaten and he agreed to drink engine oil. Olunloyo also claimed that the boy willingly told the guys initiating him that he has seen his sister’s privates. She also compared boarding school to Big Brother Naija.
Reprimanding Ada Ameh for her outburst on Kemi Olunloyo, Blessing CEO chided her for her action.
She wrote on her Instagram page: ”This is an appeal to mummy @adaameh .
I watched you as a kid and my kids still watch d Johnsons. Pls
can you change your strategy and way of correction and calling people out. I know Nigerians are hailing you every time you do this but pls you don’t have to correct with insult, abuse and words that are so depressing.
Personally I completely disagree with dr Kemi but this is not even about her, it’s about every other person you have tried to correct, drag or drop your opinions.
You are an elder and it’s ok to correct us, disagree and throw your opinions once in a while but not like this, this is violent, bully and too abusive, if anybody pick your words and throw it back at you just because they disagree with you or don’t like what you said you won’t like it too.
You made sense, in everything you said, but the way you keep saying it, is a complete NO.
Let us stop creating same monsters”.
Upon to news of Ada Ameh’s death, Blessing CEO expressed how grateful she was that she was able to settle her discord with the actress before her untimely death, and also praised the actress for having a powerful energy and for fighting like a tiger.
Blessing wrote, “I swear this hit me. I am so happy I apologised before you left I would have hit myself so bad. Your energy was so powerful and you fought like a tiger. Thank you so much for the laughter you put on our faces, thank you for all the entertainment. You are indeed loved. Rest in the bosom of the Lord”.