Funke Akindele Once Slapped One Us - Ex Staff Calls Out Actress Over Physical & Emotional Abuse

1 week ago by: kacy lee
-- (f) at 29-06-2020 01:31PM (1 week ago)

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A Former staff of ace actress, Funke Akindele Bello aka Jenifa, Cassandra Owolabi have come out openly to share her horrid experience while working with actress.

Cassandra Owolabi who is also a screenwriter revealed that it was time and that she finally summoned the courage to call out the famous actress after suffering series of physical, emotional and even financial abuses in the hands of Funke.

Cassandra claims the actress doesn’t treat her staff as humans, as they worked under fear and duress.

She went further to reveal that when she decided to quit, her character in one of Funke’s Youtube series was replaced.

She went further to reveal that she has once witnessed Funke slapping one of her staff.

Continue to read her narratives as you watch her speak in the video



“FINALLY FOUND THE STRENGTH TO SPEAK UP AGAIN

A little update: About a month ago, I posted a lengthy video of my experience working with Funke Akindele. But the video was quickly brought down as a bid to shut me up. Naturally as a content creator, my instinct was to make another one right away but I couldn’t bring myself to it due to the fact that I touched on a really sensitive topic (depression) and some experiences I passed through while working for her which was like opening old wounds and I needed time to heal from that.

I am indeed happy and relieved that I finally got to make another video in which I touched on a few things because truthfully, even if I was given a day I would still not be able to cover all the ills not just me but her staff face daily.

The experience has indeed taught me that not all that glitters is gold, literally! Looking back I just wondered how I endured so much when we were deprived of so many things. For instance, we couldn’t watch TV (literally, the TV in our lodge was taken away weeks after we resumed) and she mustn’t walk in on you watching anything on your laptop (can’t tell you how many times she randomly sent people to come check if we were sleeping or doing anything asides writing). I mean, how do you expect your writers to be 100% productive when you don’t allow them some leisure time? It didn’t take me long to develop bloodshot eyes because there were daysssssssssss when we’d write all through the night, no sleep. We worked under DURESS AND FEAR. It is always about the script, the script is more important than you and your health.
P.S – For the few who asked why my character in the YouTube series ‘HOUSEHELPS’ was replaced, well… Because I chose to leave she asked that I be replaced (no surprises there). #IsurvivedFunkeAkindele #SurvivingFunke #freedom #speakingmytruth”


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A little update: About a month ago, I posted a lengthy video of my experience working with Funke Akindele. But the video was quickly brought down as a bid to shut me up. Naturally as a content creator, my instinct was to make another one right away but I couldn't bring myself to it due to the fact that I touched on a really sensitive topic (depression) and some experiences I passed through while working for her which was like opening old wounds and I needed time to heal from that. I am indeed happy and relieved that I finally got to make another video in which I touched on a few things because truthfully, even if I was given a day I would still not be able to cover all the ills not just me but her staff face daily. The experience has indeed taught me that not all that glitters is gold, literally! Looking back I just wondered how I endured so much when we were deprived of so many things. For instance, we couldn't watch TV (literally, the TV in our lodge was taken away weeks after we resumed) and she mustn't walk in on you watching anything on your laptop (can't tell you how many times she randomly sent people to come check if we were sleeping or doing anything asides writing). I mean, how do you expect your writers to be 100% productive when you don't allow them some leisure time? It didn't take me long to develop bloodshot eyes because there were daysssssssssss when we'd write all through the night, no sleep. We worked under DURESS AND FEAR. It is always about the script, the script is more important than you and your health. P.S - For the few who asked why my character in the YouTube series 'HOUSEHELPS' was replaced, well... Because I chose to leave she asked that I be replaced (no surprises there). #IsurvivedFunkeAkindele #SurvivingFunke #freedom #speakingmytruth

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-- smart61 (m) at 29-06-2020 04:16PM
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WELL, I AM NOT SURPRISED. MOST NIGERIANS IN AN ADVANTAGEOUS POSITIONS ARE ALWAYS LIKE THAT
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