A young Nigerian man named Godwin asked a question that got viral under the comment section of a photo posted on social media by Chika Ike. The popular Nollywood actress posted a beautiful photo of herself where she was having a good time on Facebook.
While everyone was dropping sweet comments, Godwin was probably busy searching for faults in the photo and he was able to find one. Godwin spotted what looks like rashes on one of the arms of Chika Ike and he asked a funny question that went viral.
"So celebrity too dea get krokro", asked Godwin in Pidgin English.
His question sparked a lot of reactions but no one predicted what will happen next.
Popular Nollywood actor, Kenneth Okonkwo was surprisingly among those that replied to the young man's question.
In reply to Godwin's question, Kenneth Okonkwo said celebrities are also humans.
Kenneth Okonkwo's reply ended up going viral too.
My only question is why were the rashes not cleaned out of the photo by the photographer?
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