With the onslaught against her by online readers who felt Jasmine is pushing Mr Ibu’s wife into oblivion, the adopted daughter of ailing actor, has opened up on steps she is taking to douse tension.
Already John Okafor, aka Mr. Ibu, has had a surgery which amputated his leg.
Meanwhile, Jasmine has shared a video on her Instagram page on Thursday, showing how she s caring for him.
The 42-second footage detailed how she has been taking care of Mr Ibu since he was admitted to a hospital.
Jasmine captioned the new video, “As long as you are getting better, nothing else matters. I remain silent until you are back on your feet again! Cheers.”
The caption was in response to the multiple allegations against Jasmine by Mr Ibu’s wife Stella Maris.
Stella Maris made a post accusing Jasmine of denying her access to the funds donated for Mr Ibu’s surgery. She further claimed Jasmine and her stepson Daniel secretly got married and are planning to relocate abroad.
The woman made the allegations while responding to self-acclaimed activist Verydarkman’s allegations that she accused Jasmine of highjacking money meant for Ibu’s surgery because she wanted to buy a brand-new iPhone, a car and undergo butt enlargement.
Mr Ibu’s health struggles made the news in October when a video of the actor soliciting for help was released on his official page.
On October 31, Mr Ibu’s family expressed gratitude to God and the general public for their support and encouragement, while disclosing that he recovering in an intensive care unit (ICU) after undergoing five successful surgeries.
The movie star celebrated his 63rd birthday in an undisclosed hospital in Lagos on Tuesday, October 17.
He revealed in a video posted on Instagram on Wednesday that he needed financial support so his leg would not be amputated.
On October 21, it was reported that the Bukola Saraki Foundation had paid the medical bills of ailing actor.
This happened after Ibu’s wife Stella Maris put up a video, claiming that the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) lied about helping her husband, the statement was immediately debunked by the guild’s director of communications Kate Henshaw who insisted that the guild has been supporting Mr Ibu.