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Nollywood Actor Kolawole Ajeyemi Comes Under Fire For Setting Up A Camera While Mourning Murphy Afolabi’s Death (Video)

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Nollywood actor and movie producer Kolawole Ajeyemi has come under fire for videoing himself crying while mourning his colleague, Murphy Afolabi.

Taking to his Instagram page late at night, the Yoruba actor, who is currently on vacation, shared a video of him shedding hot tears.

The husband of Toyin Abraham bade his friend and colleague goodnight as he noted how Sunday was black.

“End of Road. Goodnight Murphy. Black Sunday.

Aye Asan”.


Taking to his comment section, many of his readers dragged him for clout chasing with the late actor’s death. Some even noted how Kolawole Ajeyemi had failed to publicly celebrate Murphy on his birthday but was quick to publicly mourn him.

One Official Jewelayi wrote, “Why you dey grief come they make video na? What’s all this abeg

One Aro Adeola wrote, “Everyone is sad about this, the video is not needed

One Gnomso Chichi wrote, “Why is this one crying? On his birthday which was 5 days ago did u even wish him a happy birthday? Why are u crying as if u will miss him? Smh

One Erick Olex wrote, “Boss this video no necessary Murphy no fit see this video…. anyway I felt it may his soul Rest In Peace

One My name is Ashabi wrote, “U crying and recording???

One Olamipo Akin wrote, “Cr@zy how most of these celebrities didn’t post him on his birthday but posting pictures and crying videos everywhere after his death. What a life

One Climax wrote, “But boss sadness no need video”.

Ayo Olaiya breaks down in tears as he reacts to Murphy Afolabi’s death

In like manner, Ayo Olaiya joined his colleagues in mourning Murphy Afolabi.

Taking to his Instagram page, Ayo Olaiya shared a video of him in tears as he mourned his colleague.

He noted how this world is not ours, hence why we should live it well and do good.

“This world is not our home and no one will get out of it alive. Therefore, remember to live well and do good while you’re still on the journey. Good night Murphy Omoafolabi. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace”.



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