Popular Yoruba actor, Lateef Adedimeji took to his Instagram page to share a funny video as his face was all covered with white powder which got lots of celebrities reactions including Adebimpe Oyebade.
Lateef Adedimeji and Mobimpe's relationship is a little clear now after the former gave an intensive interview about their relationship. According to Lateef, there was no marriage and the relationship he has with the popular actress is currently for work as they have great chemistry together.
However, the actors continue to finger the brain of many with their posts on social media, reacting to each other's posts in a romantic fashion. In Lateef recent post on Instagram, Mobimpe dropped a reaction that would continue to make fans think otherwise about them.
In the video dropped by Lateef Adedimeji, the handsome actor face was all covered with white powder as he sing a funny song. This video got different reactions from many Nigerians but Mobimpe's reaction got the attention of many fans.
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After he posted the video, Mobimpe commented "This is too much, I can't Anymore" which got reactions from fans.
Other celebrities like Chief Femi Branch, Lekan King Kong, Yetunde Barnabas also reacted to the video;
Lateef Adedimeji is one of the best Yoruba actors in Nigeria who is multi-talented and vastly experienced in the Nollywood entertainment industry. The actor is known for romantic love movies and also for his crying roles.
He also loves to entertain his fans with funny things like this on his social media page, Instagram.
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