- Yoruba actor Mustapha Sholagbade has sounded a note of warning to people
- Mustapha stated that people who don't celebrate him shouldn't mourn him when he dies
- The actor said he would slap such people from his grave
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Nollywood actor Mustapha Sholagbade made a case against people who have never posted his photos on his birthdays to celebrate with him.
According to him, when he dies, he doesn't expect them to share photos of him to mourn him also.
The Yoruba actor took to his official Instagram page to make his thoughts known. Sholagbade said that whoever had not posted his photos to celebrate him on his birthday did not have to bother mourning him.
According to him, if he sees anyone doing that, he would rise from his grave and slap the person.
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Speaking further, the actor said he understood that people had to be allowed to mourn however it pleased them, but it had to be done with decency.
"We are all here chasing vanity, oppressing, and doing all sort, and we care less what the next second would be. We all preach how vain this world is yet we all are our own problem. You preacher of love with so much hatred in your heart."
"A lot of us don't care what tomorrow holds, we only care about today which makes us so evil and bittered. We sit in the corner of our homes judging other people by their mistakes and plotting mischief for them. One day, just like in a twinkle an eye, its all just Gonna end... Las Las, I Hope we all know we will be left with our deeds in the grave," he wrote.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Yoruba actors mourned the tragic death of Yusuf Satia.
Actor Kunle Afod shared the news and expressed heartbreak. He revealed he had plans to see Satia and celebrate him, but had the plans destroyed by the news.
Satia was known for his role in an old Yoruba movie titled, Ijinle Pam Pam. Other actresses like Toyin Adewale and Bose Alao reacted with shock and sadness over his passing. The cause of Satia's death was not publicised.
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