Veteran Nollywood Kanayo O. Kanayo has rained curses on those spreading rumours of his demise with printed posters.
Kanayo O. Kanayo, in a video shared on his Instagram page, said because people have access to social media does not mean they can publish anything.
The veteran actress questioned why someone would wake up and print his obituary posters when he is alive.
Kanayo said entertainers have family, and people should think twice before churning out any information about them.
The actor said that the person or people involved in the rumours of his death would not pass the next seven days.
He added that he had received numerous phone calls from many of his friends and colleagues but noted that he was hale and hearty.
Kemi Filani News recalls Kanayo O. Kanayo took to his social media to advise his first daughter who commenced her mandatory one-year National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme.
Taking to his Instagram, the proud father shared pictures of Valerie in the NYSC uniform and urged fans to show her love.
He wrote: “See who is in the NYSC orientation camp. My daughter, Uloaku, Valerie. Please show her some love. Enjoy a great weekend. Avoid distractions, FEED YOUR FOCUS,” he wrote.
Valerie, Kanayo’s first child, graduated last August from Babcock University, Ogun State.
She studied Computer Science.