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Mo Abudu threatens to block Chief Daddy 2 fans on Instagram over ‘insulting’ reviews

“What we do not welcome are insults, abuse or any form of trolling towards myself and members of my team,” she said.

• January 14, 2022
Mo Abudu
Mo Abudu (Credit: CNN)

Mosunmola Abudu, the founder of Ebony Life TV and producer of ‘Chief Daddy 2’, has threatened to block the movie’s fans, accusing them of making “insulting” reviews about the flick.

“What we do not welcome are insults, abuse or any form of trolling towards myself and members of my team,” she said. “Please share your feedback respectfully. otherwise, we will have to restrict entries to you on our pages.”

Chief Daddy 2 was released on January 1 and has received negative reviews due to what disgruntled movie fans described as a poor storyline.

The movie cast included Joke Silva, Rachel Oniga (now late), Folarin Falana, Shaffy Bello, Funke Akindele, Ini Edo, Kate Henshaw, etc.

Chief Daddy 2 is number four on the ‘Top 10 in Nigeria’ category on Netflix.

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