- Popular Nigerian comedian, Mr Jollof, recently took to social media to respond to naysayers
- The funny man complained that people were reporting him to one renee5star after he wanted to sell a car he recently won from her
- Jollof explained that his landlord indirectly sent him packing and he needed the money to set up his own building
Nigerian comedian, Mr Jollof, took to social media to admit that he had decided to sell a Mercedes Benz he recently won in an online giveaway.
In a video shared on the funny man’s page, he complained about those who were gossiping about him over his decision to sell the car especially to his benefactor, Renee5star.
Jollof then went ahead to explain why he decided to sell the Benz. According to him, his landlord in Warri had destroyed part of the house and he took that to mean that he wanted him to leave his property.
The funny man then continued that selling the car would enable him use the money set up his own house.
See the video below:
As expected, his fans took to the comment section to share their take on the matter. While some people told him to live his life, others told him not to worry about the opinions of naysayers.
Read what some of them had to say below:
“Problem nor dey finish.. My brother I’m ur big fan. Do not leave your life for people,no matter what you do in life people must talk. Your house is more important than the car, more cars ahead to win or buy but most importantly roof on ur head. If tomorrow ur landlord eject you the pple will still attach you that you driving Benz yet no house over your head. Life na brain brain bro and no man is God.”
Expensive_frank was of the opinion that the car should not be sold:
“NO SELL THE MOTOR JOLLOF”
Dtk_bar, however, felt the whole video was just drama to publicise the page:
“Advert oooooooo. This people just use una Dey catch cruise. They are trying to generate traffic on their page.”
In other news related to the comedian, Legit.ng earlier reported that he took to social media to place heavy curses on those responsible for the electricity problem in the country.
According to him, he had bought four generators in the period of one year only for all of them to develop faults. Jollof added that the latest one he bought was three months ago and it already had a problem.
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