- Actress Mercy Johnson has taken to social media with a hilarious recreation of a soundbite from one of her old Nollywood movies
- The actress was spotted rocking a funny outfit as she brought the viral ‘breaking news’ audio to life in a new TikTok video
- Fans and colleagues flooded the comment section with hilarious reactions to the Nollywood movie star's video
Nollywood actress Mercy Johnson Okojie has humoured her fans and followers in the online community with yet another funny TikTok video.
The actress didn’t go too far for inspiration this time around as she simply recreated a viral soundbite from one of her old Nollywood movies.
Mercy rocked a funny outfit as she recreated the lines from the audio that several skit makers and online content creators now use for their videos.
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Sharing the video on her page, the film star hilariously stressed the need for someone to take her phone away from her.
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Watch the video below:
Social media users react
"Mercy must be a medicinal clown in the Okojie's family ."
"This movie is so interesting ."
"Lol, are we now collecting evidence mercy? Dwl."
"Not this evening abeg ."
"It's all over,don't cry don't beg ."
"Kwam kwam kwam... NTA- Africa's Window to the world ."
"This beautiful Lady is full of vibe, no dull moment by her side."
"Perfect l laughed so hard."
"Lord have mercy upon us oya sorry oo sorry oo."
mulondo tsivhu said:
"As for breaking news sound oo."
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This happened after the actress shared the photo online, which showed every member of her family engaged in different activities in the home.
The photo has left many of her fans and followers gushing, as many said it new deserves to be the front page of home economics textbooks.