Nollywood actress, Patience Ozokwor took to her Instagram page today June 15, 2021 and shared a screenshot of an Instagram user's comment about her.
This will make you laugh, just read on.
It was a fan's response to an open question posted on an Instagram page @theshaderoom
It read: "The movie that traumatised me as a child was?"
It was accompanied by the crying face emoji to express how her movies had traumatised him.
Since most celebrities hardly acknowledge social media tags, it's likely that the fan didn't expect the veteran actress to take note of it after tagging her to the comment.
However, Patience spotted the comment.
She reposted it on her page with an apologetic caption: "My people it is time to apologise. I am sorry, in fact, I am totally flabbergasted".
She didn't take an offence, rather she apologized lightheartedly and sprinkled the post with a few happy face emojis.
The Nollywood thespian has played several villain roles in films over the years, mostly the tough mother in-law, and this stereotyped character has stuck with most fans.
Still, we love her endlessly for being a fantastic actress.
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