“Fake Love” – Toyin Abraham’s husband, Kolawole Ajeyemi is criticized for pleading for help on behalf of a sick colleague (Video)

Kolawole Ajeyemi, a popular Nollywood actor, is facing criticism from his fans following his plea for assistance on behalf of ailing veteran actor Dayo Adewunmi. Ajeyemi shared a video of the struggling actor on his Instagram page, urging his followers to offer their support.

However, this request for help has been met with backlash, as many fans accuse Ajeyemi of being hypocritical. They highlight that he only reached out to Dayo Adewunmi after receiving a substantial amount of money, N6 million, from Pastor Gabriel, a well-known clergyman.

It is important to note that Dayo Adewunmi had previously appealed for financial aid to acquire a house and a car to assist him in his battle against severe health challenges. Currently, the veteran actor can barely stand or walk. Fortunately, Pastor Gabriel, who had previously assisted Iya Gbonkan, generously provided financial aid.

Within the comments section of Ajeyemi’s post, numerous fans expressed their displeasure by criticizing the actor for seeking help from his followers, given that he and his wife have the means to cover Dayo Adewunmi’s medical expenses.

See his post below;

People’s Reactions

One Omo Alanu wrote, “Omo upon all the money way you and your wife get. How much you wan pay for this man’s treatment way you they post he need help? Ogun kill all of una for Yoruba Industry, eg Odunlade, Femi Adebayo, Funke Akindele. Upon all the money way una get

One Akinz Catering event wrote, “The question is the fans are cool to help but what are you guys doing to help yourself? No love for that industry I guess I stand to be corrected

One Celestina Kings wrote, “You actors are very wicked set of people. Cruel and stone-hearted you leave your old colleagues to die or get really bad health-wise. So you can post them on Facebook to beg

One RG Mugabe wrote, “So una fit help una senior, u come post account for here. Shameless people

One Cheedas wrote, “Look at the high level of hypocrisy in the industry. If the pastor didn’t post this earlier u won’t have posted this now. I’m sure you would have known about this before now

One Akinola Akinjide wrote, “All these Nigeria film industries are totally nonsense people and selfish fellow

One Emmy Hairven wrote, “Will you post him if the pastor didn’t go to him?

One Bukandy Oj wrote, “Gbogbo yin e gbadun if the pastor didn’t post nko. Nonsense yeyebrities”.