Nollywood actress Funmi Awelewa has taken to social media to sound a strong note of warning to colleagues who have been tagging her in the viral Women Supporting Women (WSW) challenge.
The movie star in an Instagram post shared on Thursday, July 30, made it clear that she is not interested in being a part of the challenge as she has no friends.
According to Awelewa, she only has colleagues who were all nowhere to be found when she was going through a challenging period in 2019.
Awelewa added that taking part in the challenge which requires sharing a black and white photo of oneself only reminds her of a gloomy period in her life. She said her life is colourful at the moment.
“The last time I checked, some of you are just my colleagues. Many of you wrote me off when I lost everything I worked for last year. The year 2019 was colourless and the challenge reminds me of things I left behind. I only live in COLOURS now. My Kid Sis @iambablow is my only friend,” her post reads in part.
In a different portion of the post, the actress said that none of the people tagging her has supported her business, called her for job gigs or helped share the news of her services.
She concluded the post by reiterating that her life at the moment is only colourful and far from being black and white.
In a related story about the WSW challenge, Nollywood actor, Deyemi Okanlawon, penned a note of apology to actress Genevieve Nnaji after she called him out for making fun of the movement.
The actor and some other male celebrities had joined the challenge by posing as women and sharing photos online.
In his note of apology, the actor made it clear that he respects Genevieve and is truly sorry for those who may have been offended by the posts he made in the past.