Eniola Badmus, the Nollywood actress, has come under fire yet again for praising APC Presidential Candidate Bola Tinubu for stepping on his toes.
Eniola Badmus teases that her choice for Presidential candidate, APC’s Bola Ahmed Tinubu, is stronger and healthier than the others in a ‘Touch your toe competition.’
She displayed a picture of Bola Tinubu touching his toes without bending his knees. She insinuated that most of the youthful politicians cannot do due to them not being healthy enough.
She wrote on her Instagram stories: “Touch your toe competition. Can your Candidate ever.”
This didn’t actually go well with some of her followers who didn’t hesitate to lash out on her.
Eniola Badmus has always been under heavy criticism for endorsing Bola Tinubu, ex-governor of Lagos state, for the 2023 presidency.
Earlier in the year, the film star, in the comment section of blogger Tunde Ednut’s Instagram post declared her support for Tinubu.
Ednut had asked his fans to choose their preferred candidate for the presidency ahead of the 2023 election.
In response, Eniola Badmus commented, “Tinubu all the way.”
Her statement, however, came with a wave of backlash from Instagram users who hurled allegations at her.
“It can’t affect her when sugar daddies sponsor them. Nigerian bad economy can’t affect her,” Flora wrote in Pidgin.
Another user identified as Divine wrote in Pidgin English: “How much did you collect to betray the youth? So all your protest and show at end sars was a scam? How cheap can you be?”
Bright wrote: “You’re officially becoming one of the problems we are having in Nigeria.”
Emmanuel wrote: “Don’t forget about the Lekki Massacre of oct 20,2020. This your man was behind it”.
According to another user called Fela, “When you have the money, you can travel to anywhere you like if anything happens. But don’t forget you have family here in Nigeria.
“You glutton celebrities are the only problem we have. You want to sell us out again.”
A user whose handle is named Amnicep added: “Supporting a man who killed many souls in Lekki massacre.