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Monday, April 06, 2020

Actress Uche Elendu Begs Nigerians To Forgive Actress Funke Akindele And Tells Govt Her Twins Need Her...

Actress Uche Elendu is begging Fellow Nigerians to beg for Funkes release the same way their social media voices got her arrested....

The actress was arrested on Sunday for posting a birthday party video on Instagram despite the social distancing directive to curb the spread of coronavirus...
There is a hashtag #freefunkeakindele








48 comments:

  1. Nigerians can over do things o !!! Pple that gather to fight for food in clusters nko ??? Markets etc those causing traffic in lekki who arrested them ? So bcos she’s a celeb they want to use her to chase clout ? Rubbish !!! Let her pay d 100k fine and go home simple !

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    1. Thank you Amy

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    2. Exactly! It should be a fine for them with a warning.

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  2. Please she should be released alreadyπŸ™πŸΎ, in as much as what she did was wrong, i truly believe she did not mean for any harm or thought it would end this badly😩,she has been a source of joy & laughter in many homes in nigeria for years, her arrest and the way nigerians reacted via social media is enough deterrent for others to learn from moving foward with those whole corona stay at home stuff

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  3. She messed up the apology with that phrase " people that shared indomie".

    They should free her. By now, she must have learnt her lesson.

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  4. This is for y'all to know that no one should be above the law. Nigeria and can be tagged all sorts of rubbish but when it wants to behave right, you can't do anything about it.

    She will be out with a lesson to learn.

    We need to get to the point where we all will be made to give an account of all our actions, so think before you act!

    Other countries are doing better than us because of their no-nonsense attitude and small love rushing there cos the system works, let Naija work please. That's how it should be.

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    1. I wish they used this same energy to prosecute the men of God who also boldly disobeyed the stay at home and social distancing instruction.

      Yes, she goofed but i think they are taking this too far.They just want to use her as a scapegoat. All of a sudden,the Nigerian police is competent and working.

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    2. It's sad that she has become a scape goat. They should release her already. I'm sure she has learnt her lesson

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  5. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  6. "Senior Advocate of Nigeria!"

    Are you sure you're truly worried or care about her arrest and not happy and laughing behind the keys... ? Or just doing show off solidarity to show that you care?

    Tell us, let's know which one is it.

    I don't trust any of you yeyebrities one bit...

    Most of you all are the same... "frenemies"

    You too sha wan trend...

    Oya receive your long waited applauds... πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

    Oya, 5 mins ti pe, oya go home, go sleep!

    Yeyenatu!πŸ™„

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    1. Sweetest honey does it matter which it is? The side she has shown is the most important. You are funny at the same time too. I get your point.

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    2. Go to Instagram and see all of them showing fake and yeye love. I know a lot of them are saying "yes Olohun mu, se ohun nikan ni" behind closed doors. Awon oshisco!

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    3. How do you know that? Are you in their minds?

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  7. This is so personal for me and this upsets me really bad but its just my personal feelings.

    I now understand they were within the law to arrest her but the outcry against her felt so personal, like people had been waiting for something to bring her down.

    No longer even blaming the people but her. She should have done better.

    After this, I doubt she will ever see Nigerians the same way again. Dunno how she will still be able to help a random person.

    Funke, this too shall pass.

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    1. thank you for this comment

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    2. Truth is if I were her, I'll NEVER help a random person. Nigerians are so wicked!! I don't support what she did and I like the fact that she was arrested, but making a mockery of her personal life and even insulting her husband and children is plain evil. Nigerians are damn wicked!!

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    3. I understand where you are coming from. She did wrong alright but i thought she was Nigeria's sweetheart, I just didn't expect the call for her arrest from so many people and comments I read were just wow!...almost seemed like people had been waiting for her to mess up.
      Funke you really should have known better as so many people look up to you, I hope you learn your lesson and pay up the expected fine.

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    4. You are so on pint,the outcry shocked me too oo,Only when the chips are down,you will know that love from many people na Audio haba!She no kill person,she made a mistake n owned up to it,you people castigating her should take it easy haba,na she cause the virus ni??na wa oo,Funke you will come out of this stronger n wiser,God bless you,I Love you dear.

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    5. @the outcry against her felt so personal.
      From the comments it seemed like some people did out of personal beef.
      While others commented without sentiment or bias .

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    6. The mockery ehn!!!! People are hateful. Just waiting patiently for her to fuck up, then unleash their venom!

      All she has to pay is 100k and she's free but what people may lose from this ehn. I won't even blame her


      I'm sure it's the mockery that breaks her the most.

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    7. I felt very embarrassed and disappointed on her behalf.uou just spoke my mind ehn. I even thought Nigerians will let it go because shes been free of scandal since her 1st marriage but it's only shows there's a serious beef and hatred in the heart of people for her. I pray that she scales through this,I'm sure she would have a new orientation.

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    8. It's painful when you see people doing things they can never try in developed countries. I feel she knew what she was doing was wrong. She just didn't care about what people would think or say. Uploading the video further proved that. To think she's a role model and ambassador of several brands.. People are dying daily, even in developed countries. She should know better.

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    9. A combination of criticism and praise will help her grow..

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    10. Eka, I agree with you. I was just saying to my husband about an hour ago that it's funny how people have been coming for her as though they've been waiting for her to mess up. I really love Funke. I know they should have just obeyed the law and not partied but people make mistakes. The way Nigerians have been rejoicing is shocking to say the least. It's truly when you're down that you'll know who your friends are. Funke you'll be fine!!

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    11. Yesterday was Palm Sunday. You know the people who shouted “Hosanna in the highest; blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord” were the same ones who chanted “kill him; crucify him.” It’s the way of the world.

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    12. You never know Nigerians. I learned alot during Linda Ikeji saga. The same people you helped, clamoring for you, will turn in a minute to laugh, and crucify you.
      Pray not to fall into temptation, then you will know and understand human beings.
      This will teach Funke a big lesson. Her life has really changed.

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    13. That she's loved doesn't mean she shouldn't suffer the consequences of her actions. It is sentiments such as these that has made Nigeria what it is today

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    14. Shocked me too.....


      Even the comments here too, insulting the Man and calling him names all because of what?? Nigerians are naturally wicked people and sometimes deserve what happens to them!!.

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    15. There's fear, hunger, boredom in the land. Many people have sacrificed plenty for this lockdown. Most Nigerians when bitter would love to drag you down because misery loves company.

      I think her husband in a way escalated this whole issue with that stupid video he posted telling people to keep on ranting.


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  8. She yaf learn....o,please free her

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  9. How are we not even sure that she's already at home sipping tea with her hubby and giving suck to her twins!

    And you are here shouting and flying flags for her release!

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 dame thought crossed my mind.

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  10. This is so sad. On all levels. You mean she is still being detained?
    Na person shr kill? Cos I'm not understanding again. It was wwrong on her part especially being an ambassador but she should have known better. Its not compulsory to celebrate birthday!
    And I'm hearing the hubby ran away. Hope it's not true. To avoid being arrestes hmself.i he should bail her out. Shr wasnt even supposed to spend more than a few hours at the station. Lesson has been learnt.

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  11. Eka, nobody wants to die. At least not because someone was careless. We all know we don't have good health care and facilities. Because God has not allowed us to bury thousands like other countries is a miracle on it's on. Most people don't give any sh*t about dem yeyebrities. Na death we dey talk abeg no need to try to make it look like anyone has anything against her. Same reason a politician will goof and they will say the outcry is because he's a Muslim or from a particular tribe. Lets just call a spade what it is A SPADE!!!

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    1. I'm not sure u read the type of comments. You will no comments that are not personal, u will know!

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  12. Awon clout chasers... mtcheweew

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  13. Na she do her self. If she didn't post on SM nobody will know.

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  14. but it's ok already, biko free her, lesson learnt

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  15. What she did was so wrong but the Call out felt so so personal...even reading some of the write ups of BVs left me wondering..why the hate. Even people that don't know her talking about her unforgiving spirit..chai. This phase shall pass Funke. Just know that the nature of man is fickle.

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    1. Asinnnnnn people that DON'T Know her personally saying she's proud. Smh. Human beings!! Nawa

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    2. How did her unforgiving spirit come into this please? Some BVs thoughπŸ˜‚. Let them let the woman be...she has paid for her mistakes.

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  16. Please release funke for us oh. I am sure she has learnt her lessons.

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  17. Someone was with her husband and children at home and then, friends of theirs in the same estate they live in come over to check on them, how is that a crime biko, we keep getting it wrong in this country. Go to lekki and see markets open with people all over the place

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    1. They held a birthday party with over 20 guests when an emergency lockdown had been declared by the govt with the agency that she serves as an ambassador at the forefront.

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    2. Getting what wrong? Stop the double standards!

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  18. Let Funke beg her self not to spread the disease, my piece because of all these follow die fans

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