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“Your head isn’t correct” Funke Akindele tells Lateef Adedimeji



Funke Akindele slams Lateef Adedimeji

Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele has slammed her colleague, Lateef Adedimeji over his comic act.

The brand ambassador to Peju Alagbo enterprise shared a video of him promoting the brand.

Lateef, who was dressed as a woman was headed to a party, when his wife, who starred as his daughter, pestered him to do a dance video.

Mo Bimpe was singing Davido’s popular hit song, “Unavailable”, which Lateef wasn’t pleased with.

Cutting her short, the movie star stated that he would always be available for any event as that’s what he lives for.

“My brother, my sister, e ma gbami ke”.

Taking to his comment section, Funke Akindele questioned his mental state.

The mother of twins stated that the actor’s head wasn’t correct.

“Ori yin o pe Ma”, Funke Akindele wrote in Yoruba.

Also commenting were Bimbo Ademoye, Mr. Macaroni, Kunle Afod, and others.

Funke Akindele slams Lateef Adedimeji
Funke Akindele slams Lateef Adedimeji

Lateef Adedimeji appreciates Toyin Abraham, Funke Akindele

Some years back, Lateef Adedimeji penned an appreciation post to Toyin Abraham, Funke Akindele, and some of his other colleagues.

Taking to his official Instagram page to express his gratitude, Lateef shared throwback photos with his colleagues in the movie industry namely, Toyin Abraham, Funke Akindele, Muyiwa Ademola, Ricardo Agbor, Yewande Adekoya, Doris Simeon, Sotayo Sobola and Damola Olatunji.

According to Lateef, these people made him become something in life and he loves them so much.

In his words;

“Let me take them in no particular order from 2010 to 2013. Throwback yen gan gan ni. A big thank you to everyone that has in one way or the other helped me to become something in life. I love you.”

Lateef Adedimeji shares touching grass-to-grace story ahead of his birthday

Recall that Lateef Adedimeji had reflected on his humble beginnings ahead of his birthday

In a lengthy post on his Instagram page, the talented actor revealed that he was once paid N5000 for a lead role.

Lateef revealed that the journey and story of his life has never been smooth but his inner Abeokuta and Lagos spirit never gave up.

He recounted how he was just a helpless young boy who does his things and made people laugh unintentionally. The unintentional act opened doors for him as he was picked up in secondary school by a nongovernmental organization.