Kolawole Ajeyemi’s recent video expressing his grief over the death of his colleague, Murphy Afolabi, has sparked some controversy. Some people have criticized the actor for filming himself crying and sharing it on social media, with some calling it “attention-seeking” and “insincere“.
While it’s understandable that Kolawole is deeply saddened by the loss of his friend and colleague, some people feel that his public display of emotion is unnecessary and attention-seeking. Some have also pointed out that the video was posted late at night, which raises questions about why he chose to share it at that time.
Despite the criticism, many fans and colleagues have also expressed their condolences and support for Kolawole during this difficult time. It’s important to remember that everyone processes grief differently, and it’s not fair to judge someone for how they choose to express their emotions. Mourning is a personal experience, and it’s up to each individual to decide how they want to cope with their loss.
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Taking to his comment section, many of his dragged him for clout chasing with the late actor’s death. Some even noted how Kolawole Ajeyemi had failed to publicly celebrate Murphy on his birthday days back, but was quick to publicly mourn him.
One Official Jewelayi wrote, “Why you dey grief come they make video na? What’s all this abeg
One Aro Adeola wrote, “Everyone is sad about this, the video is not needed
One Gnomso Chichi wrote, “Why is this one crying? On his birthday which was 5 days ago did u even wish him a happy birthday? Why are u crying as if u will miss him? Smh
One Erick Olex wrote, “Boss this video no necessary Murphy no fit see this video…. anyway I felt it may his soul Rest In Peace
One My name is Ashabi wrote, “U crying and recording???
One Olamipo Akin wrote, “[email protected] how most of these celebrities didn’t post him on his birthday but posting pictures and crying videos everywhere after his death. What a life
One Climax wrote, “But boss sadness no need video”.