Nollywood actress Funke Akindele couldn’t help but caution one of her twin boys who attempted the viral crate challenge.
The doting mum walked into the kitchen to her son who was already stacking packs of bottled water to aid his mission.
However, Funke and her husband JJC were quick to stop the young man and have him return the packs of bottled water.
Actress Funke Akindele Bello and her husband JJC Skillz were quick to stop one of her twin boys from embarking on a mission in their kitchen. The young man had gotten the wind of the viral crate challenge on social media and he attempted to give it a try.
The actress took to her instastory channel to share a video showing the moment she and her husband stopped their son's mission in the kitchen.
The little man had already started stacking packs of bottled water together to help him build a wall of crates. However, the Jenifa actress was quick to caution the young man and stop him from completing the mission
Fans quickly instructed her son to dismantle the packs of bottled water and have them returned to their rightful place. Her husband voice was heard in the background as she supervised the young man.
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