Popular Skit Maker, content creator, Instagram Influencer and actor, Abdulgafar Ahmad Oluwatoyin who is also identified as The Cute Abiola or Lawyer Kunle have stirred mixed reactions amongst his fans and followers after he shared some photographs from his incoming skit on Facebook.
According to the photographs that he shared on his Official Facebook page, he was captured wearing a white underwear and he seems to be in a place that looks like a shrine. However, he wasn't alone as featured some other Instagram comedian and skit makers in the skit. In the first slide of photographs, The Cute Abiola was pictured holding the mouth of a lady from talking and his facials suggests he is in a sought of distress.
However, in the remaining slides of the post, other actors and skit makers who featured in the content were spotted tying a red wrapper and also holding a Calabash that looks like an idol.
However, after she shared those photos, his fans and followers didn't fail to react to it and from the series of reactions that we screenshoted, some of the fans seems to be against the new act while some are praising him for being creative and talented.
What do you think of this new act? Let us know what you think by using the comment section.
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