She’s a Stupid Girl, Her Mother Didn’t Train Her Well – Ada Ameh Blast Ka3na
Veteran actress Ada Ameh has stated that former BBNaija housemate Ka3na is a stupid girl for telling her that she’s becoming a nuisance with the way she reacted to controversial journalist Kemi Olunloyo opinion on late Sylvester Oromoni of Dowen College.
Timeofgist recalls that Ada Ameh has rain-cursed controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo after she said late Sylvester Oromoni of Dowen College wanted to join the boy’s gang before his death.
Reacting to this, Ka3na said Ada Ameh loves to insult people and hopes she would meet her match someday.
Speaking to Punch Newspaper, Ada Ameh fired back at Ka3na describing her as a clout chaser. She said:
“Ka3na is just a stupid girl that wants to be heard. If she said I am becoming a nuisance, I think her mother did not train her well and it has nothing to do with age.
“I think Ka3na just wanted to say something because I remember that there was a time she made a statement that she wanted a tattoo of herself on someone’s body. When someone did, Ka3na criticised the lady and I said she (Ka3na) misled the person. I added that her statement was not nice. I guess she did not have anything to say at that time and now, she wants to be heard. But, I am the wrong choice for her.
“If I addressed Kemi in the manner I did, what has that got to do with Ka3na? I was not talking to her and Kemi is not her mother. I was speaking from the place of pain because my child has also died, although she was not bullied. She died after a surgery.”
“I have been acting in movies for over 25 years and I started with Domitila. We had respect and value for one another but Ka3na is not an actor. She is an overnight celebrity because she participated in Big Brother Naija.
“In my time, there was no social media but I will neither disrespect anybody unjustly nor have hatred for anyone.”
Reacting to those saying she should less the manner in which she calls people out publicly, Ada Ameh said,
“That is who I am and that is how I love to express myself. During the (COVID-19) lockdown, I spoke out concerning the poor electricity situation in the country. I did not speak out because I could not afford to buy fuel (for my generator), I did it because I knew there were people that were not able to afford it. If my ranting is the only way to influence change, then that’s fine.”