Nigerian actor, Charles Inojie has dropped his two cents regarding the ongoing drama involving comedians, Ayo Makun and Julius Agwu.
It all started with AY and Basketmouth’s beef, and Julius Agwu while reacting to it claimed the former hung up on him when he tried complaining to him about their clashed event.
Julius Agwu claimed his yearly concert holds on Easter Sunday and clashes with AY Makun’s show. His words:
“I called AY that Easter Sunday is my day and he cut the call on me”.
Reacting to it in a lengthy post on his Instagram page, Ayo Makun shared proof to show that he didn’t take over his Easter Sunday concert.
Responding to the clash between the popular comedians, actor Charles Inojie who seemed truly bothered with how things are turning out appealed to all parties involved. The actor known for his comic roles called for peace to reign. He wrote:
“I wish this could stop already. No matter how much we try to justify ourselves on both sides of the divide, it would ultimately lead to more divisions.
I want to appeal to all the mutual friends of the feuding parties to desist from fuelling the embers of hate by taking sides. Rather, they should work towards genuine reconciliation and allow peace and reason to prevail. All men are eternally vulnerable. None is free of the weakness of blameworthiness.
Sometimes, a greeting that we inadvertently deny a prompt response, a kind gesture that we did not reciprocate at all or in the manner the benefactor anticipates, a harmless statement that we completely misconstrue, unverified heresay, etc, could all add up to become what they were never originally intended to be.
Things happen, brothers fight, but it should never obliterate the good times they shared yesterday.”
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