Nollywood actor Abimbola Kazeem, popularly called Jigan Babaoja, has called out his colleagues about living a fake life on social media.
Jigan Babaoja, in a post shared on the microblogging platform, said social media had contributed immensely to his life.
According to Jigan Babaoja, many of his colleagues are suffering but showing the audience a fake life on social media.
Jigan Babaoja said his post should be a wakeup call to his colleagues and advised that people should learn the film business and not be a fool.
He wrote: The truth be told if not for social media, I don’t know where my life will be at present because that my movie industry people are suffering and showing the audience a fake like. I thank God and this message is a wake up call learn film business don’t be mugun.
Kemi Filani News recalls that Jigan Babaoja, took to social media to issue a strong warning to movie producers who use their friends for movie production to avoid spending money.
In a post shared on Twitter, the actor said producers should demand a price from the cast and stop using friendship as a cover-up because it is detrimental for any business.
According to Jigan Babaoja, friendship kills business, and people also have personal and family responsibilities to meet up.