Yoruba on-screen character, Odunlade Adekola, has Slammed gossipy tidbits that he got his prosperity through insidious means.
The performer who is waxing more grounded each day, is still astounded how he could get to this stature, certifying that a few people really have wrong discernment about his prosperity.
“I never knew I would be fruitful as a performer; my conviction has dependably been that God ought to hoist me in my tries. I generally supplicated that God ought to make me an effective individual,” Odun said
Responding to the cases, the on-screen character kept, saying that “A few people say that I utilized voodoo or supernatural forces to be fruitful. I hear when they say such yet I tell everybody that I can never do such. Amid the graduation of my understudies a year ago,
I tended to this issue since it was amid that time individuals were hawking gossipy tidbits about my destruction. At the point when the talk of my passing hit town, a few people said that I jazzed to be fruitful. That was the reason amid the graduation of my understudies a year ago, I said it openly that in the event that I had ever considered doing “jazz” to succeed God ought to make me lose all that I had ever worked for.”
“I hear these remarks however they don’t move me by any stretch of the imagination. I am an essayist, chief, maker and an on-screen character. It is ordinary for individuals to talk yet it has never vexed me.”
He included that he has dependably been an amusing on-screen character following the start of his profession in his congregation.
“I began acting in chapel when I was a child. When I was in chapel, I resembled Baba Suwe, at whatever point I mounted the stage, individuals would begin chuckling. Many individuals truly adored me however I didn’t generally have enthusiasm for acting.”
In the interim, the performing artist as of late added another quill to his top as he got a prestigious honor, Afro-Heritage Broadcasting and Entertainment Award, in the US. He said the grant was given to him nearby other noticeable Nigerians in view of his commitment to the Nigerian motion picture industry.