Reactions flying everywhere as a compromising video of Seyi Edun, Adeniyi Johnson’s partner emerged online. The video captured moments when Seyi Edun was to shoot a sex scene with another Nollywood actor, Bigvail Jokotoye.
Taking to Instagram, popular Nigerian comedienne, Helen Paul professionally known as Tatafo posted the video with a taunting caption. She wrote: ‘Acting is a great profession😜’
Celebrities and fans have taken to Tatafo’s comment section to react with funny comments while others claim it is wrong.
Some stars including Lekan Olaleye, Bumi Davies, Sukanmi Omobolanle, Alaba Ultimate, and others react with funny comments demanding why the director asked them to stop shooting the scene.
‘That director is mean & jealous of my brother, how can you cut so early, so suddenly, regardless of the transpiration of this well situated emotion. Don’t ever cut such again 😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡 no vex jare @bigvaijokotoye 🏃’
The other way round, some fans are trolling the actress for taking such a low role by demanding for her husband. A troll wrote ‘Niyi Johnson where are you’, another one wrote ‘Niyi’s wife’ and other taunting words.
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