- Nollywood actress, Aisha Lawal, recently went on a heated rant on social media over a Facebook post
- The post had shared a photo of the film star and her child while claiming they were both dead and telling fans to write RIP
- Lawal dispelled the death rumours and wished God’s wrath on the people behind the misleading post
Popular Nollywood actress, Aisha Lawal, was not in the best of moods recently after claims of her death started to make the rounds on social media.
The movie star’s attention was brought to a Facebook post that had gone viral. In the post, Lawal and her child’s photos were used on an obituary post with claims that they had died.
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The trouble maker also told fans to write ‘RIP’ in the comment section of the post. The Facebook post claimed that she had died during labour but gave birth to a baby boy.
In no time, people started to send the fake post to the actress and she was moved to react to it. Aisha Lawal shared a video where she allayed fans’ fears by showing them that she was very much alive.
She also cursed out the people behind the troublesome post while praying for God’s wrath to befall them.
Excerpts from her caption reads:
“Whoever is behind this will continually see the wrath of god, I shall live to fulfil God's promises in my life, not now, not in the next 100 years for I serve a living god, no weapon formed or fashioned against me shall prosper, for we are in the holy month of Ramadan, Almighty Allah will preserve my life in good health and wealth with family members and friends.”
See the post below:
Her fans and colleagues also sympathised with her in the comment section while dragging the perpetrators. Read what some of them wrote below:
"God Forbid!!! No Evil Weapon Formed Against You Shall Prosper"
"This will never be ur portion and ur family "
"You shall not die but live Insha Allah "
"May you live long to really the fruit of your labor inshaAllah ❤️"
In other news relating to celebrity deaths, Legit.ng earlier reported on 13 Nigerian celebrities who lost their lives in 2021.
The year 2021 has no doubt been a tough one for many people particularly in the entertainment and showbiz industry. A number of celebrity deaths have already been recorded despite it just being the beginning of the second quarter.
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Legit.ng gathered a list of some Nigerian celebrities and socialites who have already passed on to honour their memories.
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Source: Legit Newspaper