“I am not your mate in the industry,” Fausat Balogun tackles Fali Werepe at Yinka Quadri’s birthday party 

Fausat Balogun

Nollywood actresses Fausat Balogun and Fali Werepe almost clashed at Yinka Quadri’s surprise birthday celebration.

Madam Saje was angry that Fali Werepe had challenged her at the party with all the famous people. It was recently reported that the Yoruba Nollywood industry had gone all out for renowned actor Yinka Quadri, who celebrated his 63rd birthday on September 6.

Nollywood performers, producers, filmmakers, marketers, and others came out in huge numbers to celebrate his new age. The surprise celebration was attended by Yomi Fabiyi, Mama No Network, Fausat Balogun, Fali Werepe, and others. A recent viral video shows Fausat Balogun at the occasion hurling insults at colleague Fali Werepe.

Fausat Balogun, also known as Madam Saje, delivered a brief remark about the celebrant. Even though, Fausat Balogun revealed that she had worked with Yinka for over 50 years. This irritated Fali Werepe, who stopped her discourse with an outcry. Fali Werepe’s statement on Fausat Balogun’s speech did not sit well with Fausat Balogun, who lambasted her.


She mentioned how she had worked in the sector before to Fali. Fali, in this business, I am senior to you – let’s say it in public, I don’t talk much; I am your Oga. Fali Werepe, who has no ill will against the actress, said she just drew attention to her exaggeration.

When she mentioned she’d been with Yinka for almost 50 years, I let out an ahhhh, and I wasn’t the only one. People know when we began filmmaking, but we have not been in the industry for 50 years.
Abeni and I are friends who never argue, but we haven’t worked in the sector for 50 years.

More Information about Fausat Balogun

Fausat Balogun (born February 13, 1959) is a Nigerian actress who primarily appears in Yoruba films. She played Mama Saje in the 1990 television series Erin Kee Kee. Fausat has appeared in almost 80 films.

Balogun is married to Rafiu Balogun, an actress. Before they married, he was her boss. She is from the local government area of Oke Ode Ifelodun in Kwara state. Her children had grown up by the time she became renowned. Her eldest son is an actor, while her youngest daughter is a director.

She received a Special Recognition Award at the 2016 City People Entertainment Awards for her “remarkable contributions to the advancement of the Nigerian film industry.”

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