Plus-size Yoruba actress, Eniola Badmus has finally reacted to the viral reports of her death on social media.
According to the actress, she is not dead nor in any terrible situation.
She added that whatever rumour is going out there is based on surfaced pictures from her movies is nothing but false.
The actress who uploaded a picture of herself emphasized that she is hale and hearty in good health condition.
She advised her fans and followers to disregard the rumours.
On her twitter post, Badmus wanted to know why bloggers, radio and television presenters and media practitioners wanted her dead, urging them to stop conveying negative stories about her.
“Great people, kindly disregard everyone saying Eniola Badmus is dead or in a terrible situation, I am hale and hearty; the pictures and videos online are from my new movie ‘Madam Cash,’ watch out for it………bless,” she said.
The Los Angeles City Council has reacted to a motion which expects it to rename the intersection of Crenshaw Boulevard and Slauson Avenue to "Nipsey Hussle Square."
A motion will be submitted on Friday by Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson to change the name of the South L.A. intersection in honour of the slain rapper.
Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson tweeted: "This week, I will officially submit a motion to name the intersection of #Crenshaw and #Slauson as "Nipsey Hussle Square".
Nipsey Hussle was shot two weeks ago in Los Angeles by Eric Holder who is now facing charges in Court.
Real name Ermias Asghedom, before his death had a song called "Crenshaw and Slauson (True Story)".