“No one has a monopoly on madness, some of us have repented” Mary Njoku blows hot at critics
Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Mary Remmy Njoku, has expressed her frustration with critics who have taken issue with her views on the late singer Mohbad and the controversies surrounding his death.
Since the untimely passing of the talented Nigerian singer, numerous celebrities have been vocal, demanding justice and sharing their perspectives on the matter.
Mary Njoku, one of the few celebrities who publicly opposed the idea of conducting DNA tests for the deceased’s child, faced criticism from many online users.
In her defense, Mary acknowledged that she might occasionally be mistaken in her opinions, and she urged people not to take it personally.
She emphasized her willingness to engage in constructive debates with individuals who agree or disagree with her, as long as they do so respectfully and without resorting to insults.
She asserted that she is entitled to her own viewpoint, and those who cannot engage in mature discourse without resorting to insults should steer clear of her.
The CEO of ROK TV added that no one has a monopoly on madness, but many like her have repented.
“If you cannot make your point without disrespecting me, please avoid my posts. My page isn’t for fools. You can agree or disagree with me. I love a good debate. I might be wrong sometimes but don’t take it personally Pls. My opinions are on my page not ok your head. So, if you aren’t mature enough to comment without insult, rest IJN.
Las las, no one has a monopoly on Madness. Some of us don repent. Good vibes only Pls”.