Veteran actor Kanayo Kanayo has expressed his excitement on the current project he is working on with veteran, Sola Sobowale.
The actor took to his Instagram page to share a video of him and the actress passionately hugging as they catch up on lost moments.
Kanayo revealed that it had been a long while since he acted alongside the actress.
Expressing his excitement, Kanayo stated that they would do it right this time.
“Good to be performing with you again darling. We do it right @solasobowale”.
Sola Sobowale addresses her relationship with Titi Kuti
In September, Veteran actress Sola Sobowale stirred reactions when she declared her undying love for colleague, Titi Kuti.
Sola Sobowale had finally opened up about her relationship with Titi Kuti.
For those who don’t know, Titi Kuti, who is related to the late legendary singer Fela Kuti is a Nigerian actor, film producer, model and television host. He was also a cast on King of Boys: The Return of the King, where he played the role of Ade Tiger.
Sola Sobowale and Titi had struck a relationship outside of work life, which had left many tongues wagging.
Clarifying things, Sola Sobowale attested that her relationship with Titi was more than acting.
Sola Sobowale revealed that she sees him as her son and loves him so much.
Praising him, she listed out his qualities which include being a good listener, respectful, down-to-earth, humble and having lots of etiquette.
She affirmed that he was well brought up.
Sola stated that she told him not to stay behind when she saw him.
Sola added that she wad team Ade Tiger till she dies.
“It’s more than acting now because I see him as my son and I love him so much. There’s something about Titi Kuti, he’s a good listener, very very respectful and has a lot of etiquette. Well brought up! When you see a chap like this, you’ll see that he is down to earth, very very humble. So when I saw him, I said, Omo you got to move in, don’t stay behind there. I told him something that he has to be a pilot, he has to go do that and I’m pushing him on it, I won’t let him stay, he’s still moving. On the move, we move.
Ade Tiger, yeah yeah till I die!.