Daddy It Is Sad You Died Without Seeing Me Transform From Quiet Funmilayo To Morili – Funmi Awelewa
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Funmi Awelewa has taken to her Instagram page to share thoughts about her father after he died without seeing her become the movie star she is today. In her post, the actress stated that she felt sad that her dad didn’t get to see her transform from the quiet Funmilayothat he used to know into Morili.
Checkout her emotional post below.
Funmi Awelewa (Funmi Awelewa Babalola) hails from Iwo town in Osun State. She was born and bred in the Ayeye area of Ibadan, Oyo State. She is a Nollywood actress, writer, producer, and brand influencer.
She is known by many aliases, the two common ones are "Morili Omo Ibadan" and "Morili Sneh".
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