- Nollywood actress Toro Aramide slammed her industry colleagues for their actions in the aftermath of Murphy Afolabi’s death
- Aramide hinted that many of her coworkers who shared photos of Afolabi after his death did not share the same enthusiasm when it was his birthday days before his death
- Aramide addressed her feelings in an Instagram post, adding that it was why she had decided not to have friends in the film industry
Nigerian actress Toro Aramide has slammed some of her Nollywood colleagues, calling them “hypocrites.”
Toro resorted to Instagram to chastise certain Nollywood actors for uploading images of the late Murphy Afolabi when he died but not celebrating his birthday a few days before his death.
The actress remarked that such unpredictability is one of the reasons she avoids forming professional pals.
Aramide, on her Instagram page, wrote,
“Can you guys now see why i said i am not in the movie industry to make friends? Someone just died, and they are busy posting his pictures.
“Meanwhile, his birthday was just few days ago and most of these people didn’t even wish him a happy birthday not to talk of posting his pictures. Hypocrisy.”
“If you like hate me, na your wahala be that o. I just know how to mind my business. Hypocrites everywhere.”
See her post below
Toyin Abraham’s husband dragged for mourning Murphy Afolabi
Toyin Abraham’s husband, Kolawole Ajeyemi, was called out by netizens for being a hypocrite over the death of his colleague, Murphy Afolabi.
The late actor died after a fatal fall in his bathroom, leaving Nigerians in deep shock and sorrow. In the video, Ajeyemi, could not control his tears as he sang along to a gospel tune.
He then held his head as he mourned the loss of his colleague.
Adekola Tijani tearfully reveals Murphy Afolabi’s last moves before he died
In a condolence post shared by filmmaker Yomi Fabiyi, the late actor’s childhood friend Adekola Tijani disclosed that Murphy lived a simple life.
Speaking at his funeral, he added that the late actor might have had a premonition about his death, as he sent in his weekly thrift contribution, saying one doesn’t know when he’ll pass away.
Adekola also added that his late friend offered to give him his clothes to wear after seeing how his birthday photoshoot turned out.
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