Nollywood legend Aki pleads with followers to stop begging him for money

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Nollywood legend Aki pleads with followers to stop begging him for money

In a recent video, he pleads that his followers stop begging in his direct messages.

Legendary actor Chinedu Ikedieze, alias Aki, took to Instagram to express his displeasure with the comments he receives from individuals begging on the service.

The meme master posted a video to his official Instagram page requesting his followers and the general public to stop begging in his Instagram direct messages (DMs).

“Guys, I dey vex o,” the director begins the video, expressing his discontent with the scenario. I am dissatisfied. This is spiraling out of control. How do you get my DM to the Bank of Industry? When I open my DM, all I see is ‘Yo, bros, please…please…please…’ Jesus! It is excessive. The way you people beg this thing, it’s like you’re saying we don’t have accountability.”

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The 45-year-old expressed empathy for Nigerians, emphasizing his knowledge of the country’s current economic crisis and appealing to

“The issue is that it is not limited to Nigerians. You’ve made it appear as if we have this money stashed somewhere. It’s not as if we have to pander to your demands; no! It is not required. “Everyone is feeling the effects of the economic downturn,” the actor concluded.

He added that some people had made their way into his emails for the same reason, explaining the enormous number of people begging for money. “My DM is insane,” he continued.

Finally, the veteran encouraged his followers to leave the begging antics on Instagram and not carry them over to the new microblogging service ‘Threads’.

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