Superstar Nollywood Actors and Actresses including Bukunmi Oluwasina, Seyi Edun, Nkechi Blessing, Mustapha Sholagbade, Olamilekan Ayinla and other stars have mourned the death of Seyi Williams popularly known as Kimberly Makeover who died in a fatal accident.
Seyi Williams who is one of the most popular Makeup Artist used in Nollywood movies was announced dead after getting injured from a motorbike accident when coming back from a movie location.
Ace Female Yoruba Nollywood Actress, Bukunmi Oluwasina while mourning the death of the deceased wrote - 💔💔💔💔 I don’t know what to type. I can’t even breathe properly right now. #Why???? Why ??? How???
Nkechi Blessing also wrote - What to type as as how? 😳 Huh what happened to him?
Popular female actress and wife to Adeniyi Johnson, Seyi Edun in her condolence messages wrote - May the soul of the departed rest well 🙏Amen, shocking.
Olamilekan Ayinla also known as Lekan King Kong wrote - I posted you 2nd of this month to say happy birthday to you, not knowing that I’m still going to post and say RIP to you in the same month, Eleda will forgive your shortcomings, loyal brother 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 so sad.
Star Actor Mustapha Sholagbade wrote - May God be pleased with him, forgive all his shortcomings. 🙏🏻It’s sad and shocking💔.
Adeniyi Johnson, Jumoke Odetola, Jide Awobona and other actors also sent their condolence message to the family.
May his soul rest in peace.
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