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Nollywood: Celebrities react to Kamal Adebayo’s death

Some Nollywood Actors have taken to their social media platforms to mourn the late actor, Kamal Adebayo, popularly known as “Sir K”, who died on…

Some Nollywood Actors have taken to their social media platforms to mourn the late actor, Kamal Adebayo, popularly known as “Sir K”, who died on Tuesday, December 27, 2022.

Late Adebayo had been laid to rest and the course of his death remains unknown.

The actors who took to their Instagram handles displayed pictures of the deceased with crying emojis, expressing their emotions.

Actress Bimbo Thomas wrote: “Sir Kay, you were not just a senior colleague or a brother to me, you were my guy, my inner core….words fail me oloun this wasn’t the plan oloun this wasn’t”.

Also, Femi Adebayo said: “RIP sir Kay! May Allah comfort the families you left behind”.

Similarly, Wunmi Toriola wrote: “This is a rude shock….saw him last at an event, he was so full of life…This is really sad.
“Sir K, Ha erin wo, May God rest your soul and give your family fortitude to bear this great loss. Oma se oooo I am pained but who can question God?”

Veteran actor, Taiwo Hassan, popularly called “Ogogo”, said: “Good night Sir K. Words fail me. Truly, death is a debt we all owe. Orun dakun ma kanju mo, gbogbo wa lanbo”.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the late Adebayo, the father of renowned skit maker, Abidemi Adebayo, popularly known as “Isbae U”, was noted for playing the “bad boy” role in films and he was also known for his distinct slangs and wordplay. (NAN)

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