Popular Nigerian yoruba movie actor, Olaide Olabanji has come all out to warn ladies especially in the Yoruba movie industry to shun living fake lives.

Popular Nigerian yoruba movie actor, Olaide Olabanji has come all out to warn ladies especially in the Yoruba movie industry to shun living fake lives.

Popular Nigerian yoruba movie actor, Olaide Olabanji has come all out to warn ladies especially in the Yoruba movie industry to shun living fake lives.

 

The actor made this statement in respect to the late Moji Olaiya who just passed on,urging the actresses to emulate the lifestyle of Moji Olaiya,describing her as a simple woman.

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He however expressed sadness over the fact that most of the actresses in the yoruba movie industry preferred the fake lifestyle to keeping it real and that it will be sad if death comes knocking on their doors unannounced.

Olaide said this while he was being interviewed during Moji's Burial where he disclosed he met Moji in 2002 when she starred in a movie 'Mawoju e ' which was her first yoruba movie and that he saw her feature in soap operas where she was popular with the name 'Ireti '. He further talked about the fact that Moji was a jovial lady and never expected she will die young.

"Today everyone is saying good things about Moji,my brothers and sisters in the industry,what do you want people to say about you when you go?" He said.

Recall that Mr Olaide Olabanji once labelled Moji Olaiya an ingrate,hinting in an interview that he brought her into the industry and made her famous and now she is made,she doesn't want to show appreciation to him.hmmmm....

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