No doubt, some of the Nollywood celebrities are always being bullied by some of their fans, forgetting that they also humans and can react to it either with levity or the other way round. Nollywood actor, producer, director and model Kolawole Ajeyemi is now one of the victims of cyber bullying and he has reacted to it.
Some couple of hours ago, the husband of Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham took to his Instagram handle to reply critics attacking him for posting too much, in a one minute video, the father of two addresses the fact that he lives a simple life and he loves it like that, stressing that he doesn't post to show off.
In his words the talented actor said "I cant be posting to show off, how many days am I to use on earth that I'll be showing off, he further revealed that it is the fans that is viewing his posts with jealousy, and he has advised them to change their mindset towards that act and start celebrating people's success.
It's actually unbelieving that some fans go to the extreme in cyber bullying some of this celebrities, who go about their daily means and also entertain us in the process. Some fans should learn that some of these celebrities have paid their price, and if they are now seeing dividends of the price they have paid over the years, it shouldn't be seen as showing off.
Above are some of the reactions to the video he shared.
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