TOXIC

GENRE: NOLLYWOOD DRAMA   

SYNOPSIS: Jackie who is always causing trouble at work has gotten fired from several workplaces. Meanwhile, Alfred never gets tired of securing another job for her. This pisses Kelvin off and he wonders why his friend is keeps up with a dangerous person like Jackie. This causes him to dislike Jackie and the feeling is mutual. Mabel and Kelvin claim to be besties but they seem to be into something deeper than appears on the surface. Ann on her part has a thing for Kelvin which is one sided at first but circumstance brings them together and they become lovers. Even though Mabel insists that she and Kelvin are just besties, she is very unhappy with the relationship between Kelvin and Ann. Therefore, she tries every possible to tear them apart.

Jackie’s temper gets worse every day as she starts to do things that are unexpected of her. These things even start to get to Alfred but each time she misbehaves he forgives her without receiving an apology. This makes him look like a fool for love but Alfred believes following his heart is all that matters. He even goes ahead with his plan to propose to her, which she accepts.

Things become increasingly worse, however, and finally having had enough of Jackie’s misbehavior, Alfred concludes he is no longer interested in the relationship and requests that Jackie return his engagement ring. Much to his surprise, Jackie threatens to kill him if he thinks that she will allow him to disgrace her by breaking off their engagement.  Faced with this dilemma, he agrees to go ahead with the engagement.

Kelvin explains everything about his relationship with Mabel to Ann and asks for her forgiveness. He takes Ann away from the toxic environment and they move somewhere else. Alfred also leaves the ring with Jackie, abandons her and relocates to somewhere unknown. Jackie and Mabel are left alone to learn their lessons.

 

STARRING: FELIX OMOKHODION, GENNY UZOMA, EMMANUEL BLAQ, OBY JEMEDAFE, CHICHI EZE, NONYE, ASIKOGU.

 

PRODUCED & DIRECTED BY: SUNSHINE S. OLAWORE


Currently Streaming on African Diaspora Network TV
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