After an Indian man called Pawpaw a kid while celebrating his birthday, see how he was slammed
By BeepMedia | self meida writer
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An Indian Man identified as khaliddumer7 has been slammed by Osita Iheme's (pawpaw) fans after he called the Legend 'a kid' while wishing him well on his birthday.
Recall that 39 years ago, Osita Iheme was born today, 20th February in Mbaitoli Imo State. He however grew up in Abia State and he has a Bachelor degree in Computer Science from the University of Lagos. He became famous after his prominent role in a movie titled 'Aki na Ukwa' which he acted alongside Chinedu Ikedieze popularly known as Aki. In 2007, Osita Iheme received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Africa Movie Academy Award. He is also known as a meme Lord not only in Nigeria, but in Indian and all over the world.
While celebrating him on his birthday today, many of his fans appreciated him and wish him well for another year in sight. But among those who wished him, a certain indian Man has been slammed by fellow fans after calling Pawpaw a kid. According to him, he said, 'very funny kid'
Surprised by this, fans slammed him and also corrected his ignorance. See the picture below;
See other wished from fans of the legendary actor below;
We wish Osita Iheme, aka Pawpaw well as he begins another year today.
Readers, please wish him well and also, share this post if you enjoy his memes.
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