In the wake of young talented Nigerian singer, Mohbad’s death, Nollywood actor, Alex Ekubo has shared a deep message about the irony of life.
The movie star, while sharing dashing photos of him on his Instagram page, noted how people cry for the dead, yet keep malice with the living.
He pointed out how we envy the successful and avoid the broke (poor) ones. He added that people only love you if you are rich, doing well, or dead.
Alex ended his message by describing the world we live in as interesting.
“We cry for the dead, yet keep malice with the living.
We envy the successful & avoid the broke ones. People only love you if you are rich, doing well, or dead.
What an interesting life we live”.
Many concurred with him, via his comment section, as they noted how the world is full of hypocrisy.
Actor Victor Akpan wrote, “No lies at detected at all.
One Temi Ella wrote, “The hypocrisy in our society, so sad
Celebrity stylist, Medlin Boss wrote, “The caption is everything so accurate
One Adaeze Blessed wrote, “The caption sir”.
A few days back, Nollywood actress, Biola Bayo revealed the lessons she has learned from the death of Mohbad.
She disclosed that the death of Mohbad has helped her in changing her prayer points, and now she has 3 new prayer points which she doesn’t joke with.
Also, Nollywood actor and filmmaker, Kunle Afolayan sparked reactions as he shared a deep message about Mohbad, comparing him to late American citizen, George Floyd
Kunle Afolayan revealed why he thinks Mohbad had fulfilled his purpose on earth, hence his untimely death.
The death of Mohbad has no doubt become an eye-opener for many, especially for fans and lovers of the music industry as it has exposed the dark side of the industry.
Nollywood actor, Nosa Rex otherwise known as Baba Rex, avowed that nothing will change in the entertainment industry until cultism is removed.
Admonishing the public to stay away from cultism, he noted how entertainment requires one’s talent and not color.
He added that the only enemy will have in Nigeria is poverty and urged his fans and followers to channel their energy to fight poverty.