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People ask me to ‘freaky’ their account in real life – Mr Macaroni

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People ask me to ‘freaky’ their account in real life - Mr Macaroni

Ace comedian, Debo Adebayo, fondly known as Mr. Macaroni has revealed that people ask him to ‘freaky’(send money) into their bank account in real life.

Mr Macaroni is known for the character he plays in his skits where he constantly sends money into the bank accounts of beautiful young ladies.

Speaking in a chat with HIP TV, he said:” People tell me to freaky their account in real life that happens.We do the ones we can do”.

The entertainer also said that people shouldn’t underestimate the money in content creation.

“Skit makers work for the money they make.It’s not easy to create content.People underestimate the money in content creation and skit making.There is money in it.We haven’t made the money yet, but it is lucrative”.

Asked how he gets the women he uses in his skits, he said: “I have a production manager who doubles as a casting manager. She auditions the ladies. Shout out to Eneh, people also reach out to us too. But its not everyone who reaches out that you feature because they are so much. Me, I am a virgin, I don’t see them that much”.

Mr Macaroni also noted that he didn’t know he would be famous for being a content creator.

I didn’t know I would go the direction of content creation.I have always wanted to be a serious actor like Jim Iyke and Kunle Afolayan.I knew I was going to be successful, but it came earlier than I imagined.

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You Acted Like a Father – Actress Kemi Afolabi hails Lai Mohammed

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Nigerian actress Kemi Afolabi says, she appreciates Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed for encouraging her and acting like a father to her.

Kemi Afolabi stated this in one of her recent posts on social media, saying even though she has not meet Lai Mohammed personally, she appreciates his kind gesture toward her.

Kemi Afolabi disabling the comment to reason known to her also uses the moment to thank others that showing her kindness in many ways

In her word, she wrote:

@hmiclaimohammed you acted like a father, I appreciate your kind gesture sir, you called me every other day and encouraged me like we know personally meanwhile I have never met you in person.

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‘I’m so scared’ Actress Kemi Afolabi cries out

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‘I’m exhausted’ Actress Kemi Afolabi cries out

‘I’m so scared’ Actress Kemi Afolabi cries out

Nollywood actress Kemi Afolabi has expressed her fear at the current situation in the country, saying that no one is secure anymore.

In a post on her Instagram page, Kemi Afolabi said that the streets are now dangerous, that dangerous roads prevent people from going out, and that Nigeria’s insecurity has spiraled out of control.

Actress Kemi Afolabi cries out
Actress Kemi Afolabi cries out

According to Kemi Afolabi, recent negative news has worried her, ranging from robbers shooting at individuals to kidnappings, siblings killing one other, and husbands, wives, and suspected yahoo boys killing each other.

In her words: Locked up @home. Deadly streets, dangerous roads wouldn’t let me come out. Is my home even safe? Insecurity in Nigeria has gone totally out of control!!!

Bandits shooting at people randomly, adopting and kidnapping. Siblings are killing one another. Husbands and wives betraying each other. boyfriends killing girlfriends for yahoo plus.

Parents killing their own child for rituals, all these because of money. I AM SO SCARED. Which way NIGERIANS?

Actress Kemi Afolabi cries out
Actress Kemi Afolabi cries out

The9jafresh recall Kemi Afolabi recently cried out about being in a state of shock and trauma after armed robbers attacked her at Arepo.

This is coming a few days after the actress revealed how she battled an incurable disease that made her sell her properties and prepare for death.

Taking to her Instagram page, Kemi Afolabi noted that she experienced high poor insecurity, which has become a norm in Nigeria.

Narrating the incident, Kemi Afolabi said the armed robbers attacked her and her driver while returning from a movie set while in traffic.

Kemi Afolabi added that they left her whole body with wounds and skin in pain because of the impact of shattered glass and the use of cutlass on her body.

Actress Kemi Afolabi cries out
Actress Kemi Afolabi cries out

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“I was palpitating, left social media a week to my wedding”- Actor Stan Nze spills

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“I was palpitating, left social media a week to my wedding”- Actor Stan Nze spills

“I was palpitating, left social media a week to my wedding”- Actor Stan Nze spills

Stan Nze, a talented actor, surprised many when he announced a week before his wedding that he had deserted social media due to unpleasant stories about marriage failures.

Nze said this in a chat with media personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on Sunday’s Rubbin’ Minds show.

Actor Stan Nze spills
Stan Nze

Nze married his colleague, Blessing Obasi, in September 2021, according to The9jafresh, during a period marked by celebrity and public figure breakups and marital crises.

Nze said he had planned to keep his marriage a secret till his honeymoon.

Actor Stan Nze spills
Actor Stan Nze spills

He said, “I’ve always wanted my family to be private. My marriage was to be under wraps until my honeymoon but my wife insisted we post a photo so we control any coming narrative. We’d been together for 3 and a half years,” he said.

 “I want my marriage to work. A week before my marriage, I left social media. There was a lot of news on Instagram. Partners were fighting each other. I was literally palpitating, asking myself if I was ready for marriage.

“These were people I felt they were really in love, some even having dated for seven years. It was important that I married someone in the entertainment industry, whether radio, film, or movies. It’s a delicate industry.”

Actor Stan Nze spills
Actor Stan Nze spills

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