Popular Nollywood actress, Eniola Badmus, has caused quite a stir on social media with her recent cryptic post about a fake person who is loved by everyone because they put on a good show.
Taking to her Instagram page, the actress expressed frustration about how this unnamed individual’s fake personality is adored by everyone.
“It’s so frustrating to know how fake someone is, yet everyone loves them because they put on a good show.” She wrote on Instagram.
See her post below,
While Eniola did not mention any names or provide further details, netizens have taken to the comment section of the post to speculate and share their thoughts on who the post could be referring to.
Reacting, one Instagram user, @holee__pop, pointed out that the person was not fake when she (Eniola) was friends with the person.
“But he was not fake when you guys were friends. Ppl of the world.” The user wrote.
@iamsylvia_sylviatalk, “Even you? ”
@akwa__ugo, “See who dey talk , Atenuje.”
@mizattah, “All of a sudden Obo is fake??? Wowww.”
In other news, popular Nollywood actor and filmmaker, Frederick Leonard, has taken to social media to tackle movie crew members with offensive body odor.
Frederick lamented bitterly about their poor hygiene and implored them to use deodorant and stop smelling like “rotten goat” on set.
He stated this in agreement with his colleague, Victor Okpalan, who also encouraged the crew members to use deodorants or roll-on to reduce their body odour.
According to Frederick, everyone on set, both cast and crew, should use deodorants and mint going forward to combat body and mouth odour since their work requires them to stand for hours.
The 42-year-old actor wrote,
“Any Human being That Has A FUNCTIONING BRAIN 🧠 Wether Cast or Crew, should Use Deodorants. And touch up Again by 5. pm so you don’t begin to smell like rotten Goat 🙄 For a Profession that requires that we are Constantly on our Feet for a minimum of 14 hours, COMMON SENSE SHOULD APPLY.. And Let’s not Forget Mint or Gum to Fight Mouth Odor. Thank You.”
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