Nollywood actress, Eniola Badmus has continued to face backlashes after she openly declared her love and support for All Progressive Congress Presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu.
The actress whose sudden weight loss also made headlines in 2022 had posted photos and videos of herself and other party members after they had a campaign in the university, she rocked a black Bikers Short to the event.
This obviously didn’t go down well with some of Eniola ‘s followers on Instagram, as they expressed their disappointments via the comment section.
They aggrieved fans wondered if Eniola Badmus has an ulterior motive for her to be on such outfit to such an occasion.
“Earlier today with the Lagos state Governor @jidesanwoolu and thousands of Lagos state student of all tertiary institution with University of Lagos converge together to endorse @jidesanwoolu and his deputy @drobafemihamzat for 2nd term with @officialasiwajubat for President at the Mobolaji Bank Anthony sport arena,” she captioned the image shared.
See how some fans reacted to Eniola Badmus post on Instagram
Florence Gabriel wrote: Why does she wear tights to all the campaign grounds? Not even a trouser at least dress responsible abi you dey look for governor wet u go collect ni?
Another user wrote: Na market she dey sell, acting no dey pay. She needs money to maintain surgery process.
It would be recalled that just like Eniola Badmus, seasoned Nollywood actress, Bimbo Akintola had also cried out over being bullied for throwing her weight behind All Progressive Congress candidate Bola Tinubu.
In a campaign video on her Instagram, Bimbo Akintola stressed that Nigerian online users should stop attacking celebrities for campaigning for their choice of presidential candidate ahead of the upcoming general elections in 2023.
According to her, everyone is entitled to choose whomever they want and is also free to campaign as desired for the candidate.
This is coming after the movie star joined fellow celebrities like Saidi Balogun, Dayo Amusa, and Eniola Badmus to rally for Tinubu in Lagos some weeks ago.
In a video posted on Instagram, Bimbo could be seen campaigning for the former Lagos State Governor.
Others who joined the rally include Fuji musician Pasuma and actress Kudirat Soremi, known as Mama No Network.