- Actor Jnr Pope has urged people to be truthful by calling a spade what it is
- The actor said this in reaction to the news about Rosy Meurer's marriage to Churchill
- Pope noted that Rosy's action is nothing to be proud of
Many Nigerians were surprised when actress Tonto Dikeh's ex-husband Olakunle Churchill announced that he has been married to Rosy Meurer for two years.
Actor Jnr Pope seems to be also surprised like many others and he took to Rosy's comments section to let her know that what she did is wrong.
According to him, what the actress did to her colleague and former bestie is nothing to be proud of.
Read what he said below:
''This may be the 21st century but a spade is still a spade. Call a spade a spade, not a shovel. This right here is not a thing to be proud of sincerely. Where the fvck has our conscience gone to. Anyways what do I know? Let me drink water and mind my family.....God Dey Cinema''
The actor's comment got many people praising as they noted that he is the only one in the industry who has publicly condemned Rosy's actions.
Read some comments below:
"Finally someone from the industry get sense small."
"No conscience, the gloating is sickening."
"Yes of course is not worth to be proud of. Anyway thank God, King Tonto is doing better."
"What she did is WRONG!!!!! We’re dragging her bc of that!!! No one is judging anybody but when you do something that is very immoral like break up a family,a breakup that was very public, people will drag u!"
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that comedian Warri Pikin reacted to the backlash she received for celebrating Rosy Meurer's birthday.
Warri Pikin took to her Instagram page to share a video in which she addressed the frackas in her comment section.
On why she celebrated Rosy Meurer despite her relationship with Tonto, the comedienne admitted that while she had never met Meurer in real life, the actress often celebrated her and dropped lovely comments on her post.
According to Warri Pikin, she didn't see anything wrong in celebrating someone who celebrated her.
Sola Oloruni is a Legit.ng journalist with five years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, where she obtained a post-graduate diploma in 2015.
Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.