Popular Nigerian media personality Mo Abudu has finally reacted to the allegations levied against her by investigative journalist Tobore Ovuorie on her hit movie ‘Oloture’.
‘Oloture‘ is a movie based on a journalist who went undercover as a prostitute to expose
human trafficking and finds a world of exploited women and ruthless violence.
The movie was well-received by fans and lovers of good music across the globe but things took
a newwist some days ago when investigative journalist Tobore Ovuorie called out
Mo Abudu for allegedly copying her work.
According to Tobore, ‘Oloture’ is a copy and paste of her life story as she vows to drag
Mo Abudu and others for allegedly using her work without credit.
This raised eyebrows on social media as the credibility and integrity of Mo Abudu who is
ranked high in the entertainment industry was called to question.
However, Mo Abudu in a new video has revealed what happened as she debunked the allegations
made by Tobore on the blockbuster movie, ‘Oloture’.
According to the beautiful screen diva, they never infringed the copyright of Tobore Ovuorie as this has been settled with premium times.
Mo Abudu narrated how Tobore filed a lawsuit against her company demanding 5 million dollars in compensation for the movie ‘Oloture’.
See video of Mo Abudu speaking below: