Oko Iyabo: ‘Movie Not Banned; Storyline Is About Iyabo Ojo And I,’ Says Yomi Fabiyi

Oko Iyabo: 'Movie Not Banned; Storyline Is About Iyabo Ojo And I,' Says Yomi Fabiyi
Yomi Fabiyi

Controversial Yoruba actor, Yomi Fabiyi has said that his movie, ‘Oko Iyabo’ has not been banned from YouTube.

Taking to his Instagram page, Fabiyi pens a lengthy post maintaining that the movie was not banned but made private.

He added that the storyline is about himself and Iyabo Ojo and not about the alleged minor in question.

OKO IYABO movie is NOT BANNED, stop spreading falsehood and rumours, the marketer and I decided to step it down as a sign of respect until we can adequately explain ourselves. I understand most genuine and decent reactions. Quite obviously there is no perfect movie and any movie can be subjected to criticism. It is an expression and constitutional right of the maker.

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The main STORYLINE is about YOMI FABIYI and IYABO, few other true life stories and fictions. The only scene that traverses on the girl is the one in circulation now whose original version is everywhere online several months ago. The movie never discussed or undermine the quest to protect or fight for justice for the victim, the case or changed the narratives to mock anybody, they are fabrications just to discredit my person,” he wrote.