Fans Slams Veteran Actor, Mr Ibu After He Posted His Huge Potbelly
By JuicyGist | self meida writer
Published 9 months ago - 18 views
John Ikechukwu Okafor is popularly known as Mr. Ibu. He is a Nigerian actor and comedian. Okafor is considered to be one of Nigeria's most talented comic characters. His humorous acting is often characterized by stupidity, hilarious imbecility and a sharp disconnection from reality.
Veteran Nollywood actor, John Okafor has left his fans scared to the marrow after a recent photo of him surfaced on social media.
Mr Ibu is an actor who has always been known for his potbelly, but this time, his potbelly looked way larger than the way it has always been.
In the photo, the actor looks like someone pregnant with triplets or more. His stomach has become way too big and Nigerians have taken to social media to express their concern for the actor, stating that such huge stomach usually comes with lots of complicated problems.
Here is the photo Mr Ibu posted on his social media:
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