Toyin Abraham Ajeyemi is a Nigerian actress, filmmaker, producer, and director. She was the one who won the best African actress at African Magic Viewers' Choice Award(AMVCA) last year. She is married to an actor, Kolawole Ajeyemi, and they have a son, Ireoluwa.
Toyin Abraham decided to play the TikTok game normally played by families. The game was that the parent will put their children in the middle, then the father and mother will run in the opposite direction to see who the children will follow.
They didn't use TikTok to shoot their video, they used a normal camera. When they put Ireoluwa at the middle and ran the opposite direction, they both were calling his name but he followed his father.
They now decided to switch sides for the second round, when they were supposed to run in opposite direction, the father ran, she did as if she wanted to run too, but She looked back and saw Ire following the father again, She was now screaming his name saying, " Ire Comu Comuuu, I am the one that born you, Comuu". Then she ran and grabbed him to her side.
Looks like Ire will always pick the side of his father, we know him as mummy's boy, but the little one has proven that he will always follow the father.
Watch the video here:
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