Make Una Fear God: Mr Macaroni Calls Out Colleagues in the Industry Who Take Advantage of Upcoming Talents

Make Una Fear God: Mr Macaroni Calls Out Colleagues in the Industry Who Take Advantage of Upcoming Talents

- Comedian Mr Macaroni has taken advantage of a trending topic on social media to appeal to his colleagues in the entertainment industry

- The young man particularly addressed those who never give opportunities to upcoming talents until they get paid or sleep with them

- Macaroni noted that the trend had gone for too long such that it has become a normal affair

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Popular Nigerian comedian, Mr Macaroni, has taken advantage of trending actor, Baba Ijesha's case to call out colleagues in the entertainment industry who always want something in return for helping upcoming talents.

In a series of tweets he shared via his handle, the funnyman noted that it was the perfect time for him to appeal to the conscience of some of his colleagues who will never give opportunities until they get paid.

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Make una fear God: Mr Macaroni calls out colleagues in the industry who take advantage of upcoming talents
Mr Macaroni addresses colleagues who ask upcoming acts for money and immoral stuff Photo credit: @mrmacaroni1
Source: Instagram

He continued by saying that those who do not request money from the struggling individuals will request to be satisfied in bed.

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Speaking further, Macaroni said the despicable act has gone on for so long that it now looks normal as great talents struggle simply because they refuse to give in.

The comedian revealed that it is not peculiar to the entertainment industry alone and it is totally unfair and wicked.

He finally charged people to fear God, do better and have some decency.

Macaroni wrote:

"This is a perfect time to speak and appeal to the conscience of those in the industry who will never give opportunity to upcoming artists until they sleep with them or collect money from them. Make una dey fear God!!! You will see great Talents struggling simply because they refused to “su*ck."

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Followers of the comedian took to the comment section in agreement with his statement.

Read some comments below:


"Let's name the bad eggs! It also the right time- globally!!!"


"Very true and disappointing."


"Everywhere in the country is messed up. Full of people who want to suppress others. @mrmacaronii. your voice is loud may it never be silenced."


"No agency is regulating them all that is why they do all that, time for change is around the corner."


"Keep speaking the truth Debo. As annoying as it is now, we still hope the persons involved will have a rethink and change for good. I sincerely pray we do better oh."


"University lecturers are the worst on this table. Very dirty, heartless educated perverts."

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Still on entertainment, previously reported that Iyabo Ojo called out her colleague, Yomi Fabiyi over his statement on Baba Ijesha's case of defiling a 14-year-old girl.

The actress had taken to her IG page to tell her colleagues not to defend Baba Ijesha when reports of his scandal were first reported.

According to her, she has nothing against the embattled actor but noted that she would stand by the truth.


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