Lady calls out celebs for mourning Ernest Asuzu but not helping him when he was alive (video)

Lady calls out celebs for mourning Ernest Asuzu but not helping him when he was alive (video)

- A Nigerian lady, Esther Sky, has called out the hypocrisy of celebrities on social media

- The actress was unimpressed with how they behaved after the death of veteran actor, Ernest Asuzu

- According to her, they mourned him after his death but did not help him during his lifetime

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Nigerian actress, Esther Sky, has taken to social media to condemn the actions of her colleagues following their reaction to the death of veteran actor, Ernest Asuzu.

Asuzu died on Tuesday, January 26, and condolence messages started to pour in for him on social media.

Esther then took to her page to claim that he was abandoned by his colleagues in the movie industry, only for them to write long notes to eulogise him after his death.

Actress Esther Sky and Ernest Asuzu
Actress Esther Sky has called out celebs for not helping Ernest Asuzu but mourning him after death. Photos: @esthersky_77 @ernestasuzu
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According to her, only a few of his colleagues bothered to help him and now they were all mourning him.

She said:

“When Ernest Asuzu was alive, none of you bothered to help him, only few people managed to help him. Now he is dead and all of you guys are writing stories.”

Speaking further, Esther Sky added that Asuzu never enjoyed himself as an actor because he was fighting for his life and nobody helped him.

In her words:

“The guy never enjoyed every moment of his time when he was an actor. He never enjoyed life. When this guy was fighting for his life, none of you helped him. Now he is dead and all of you are posting ‘rest in peace’. Tomorrow you people will go to church and spend money on pastors, spend money for miracles, but your colleague was dying and you guys did not bother to help him.”

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Recall that months ago, Asuzu became a trending topic on social media after a Nigerian man identified as Bolingo2014 on Instagram shared a video of himself and the actor.

Bolingo claimed that he saw the actor begging for money on the roadside at Oke-Afa in Isolo area of the state. He alleged that the actor became this way after he suffered from a stroke.

The deceased actor began his acting career in the '90s and rose to prominence after he starred in the 1997 Nollywood classic, 'Rituals'.

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