- Funke Akindele is currently receiving heat online for throwing a birthday party for her husband
- The actress who had a full house party with invited guests was later picked up by the police
- In a since-deleted tweet, the actress following her arrest revealed she was broken
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how Nollywood actress Funke Akindele-Bello was arrested by the Lagos state police command over the house party hosted to celebrate her husband's birthday on Saturday, April 4, at their Amen Estate residence.
The actress who received heavy bashing online took to the micro-blogging platform, Twitter to express how she felt following her arrest and it may have given some of her fans reasons to worry.
In a tweet which she appears to have since deleted, the actress revealed she felt broken over everything that happened following the birthday bash she threw for her husband.
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Shortly after her arrest, the actress tweeted: "I just pray I survive this. I'm so broken."
See tweet below:
According to reports, the police have advised the husband and Naira Marley to submit themselves at the police station or risk being declared wanted.
Legit.ng had reported earlier that Nigerians were angry at the actress for going against the lockdown and social distancing law made by Lagos state and the federal government.
It was also reported that the actress and her husband took to their social media pages to defend their action as they noted that they are fine and that all those who attended the party live in the same estate. After which the mother of two tendered an apology for their action.
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Meanwhile, it is no news that Nigerian music star, Davido is one celebrity who believes in lifting everyone around him. This time is no different as the stories of some of his crew members, Father DMW and Aloma has left social media in awe.
In a recent interview with Vanzy TV, Father DM narrated the story of how he came to Lagos. Due to the Boko Haram insurgence in Borna state, he had to flee and move to Lagos where he lived as a commercial motorcyclist.
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