Funsho Adeoti, the first wife of movie producer and marketer, Kazim Adeoti, has slammed both her husband and his second wife, actress, Mercy Aigbe. In a post on her Instagram story on Sunday, Funsho warned that the new couple should “stop pushing” her.

She gave the couple a final warning saying, “@realmercyaigbe, @adekazproduction for the last and final time, stop pushing me. Kazim, do the needful. Pull it down. You’ve been warned, 12 hours only,” she wrote, not specifying what exactly should be pulled down.

Before unveiling her new partner in January, Aigbe had separated from Lanre Gentry, her ex-husband, about five years ago over allegations of domestic violence and infidelity.

Mercy and Kazim have been in the news after the actress became his second wife, much to Funsho’s chagrin.

Aigbe, in the face of criticism, argued that being a second wife — contrary to her initial values — is a personal choice.

She was then caught in the heat of public criticism after Adeoti’s first wife accused her of snatching her husband.

Funsho alleged that Mercy who was once her friend had been sleeping with her husband for a long time. She further claimed that Aigbe had been a problem in her marriage for years.

There have been speculations that the house Mercy Aigbe is currently living with her new husband, Kazim Adeoti was jointly built with his first wife, Funsho.

The report alleged that Funsho contributed over 70% of the money used in building the house before she left Nigeria.

However, Mercy Aigbe has continued to take photos in the house to taunt Funsho Adeoti who is currently in America.

Stepping out for the 40th birthday celebration of her colleague Ini Edo, Mercy Aigbe took to her Instagram page to share photos she snapped in the house.

Displeased with this, Funsho Adeoti in a post shared on her Instagram page issued a stern warning to Mercy Aigbe and Kazim Adeoti.

She wrote: “@realmercyaigbe @adekazproduction for the last and final time stop pushing me. Kazim do the needful. Pull it down… you’ve been warned 12 hours only.”