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Friday, November 27, 2020

Actress Iyabo Ojo Buries Mum...

 It is presently ongoing and she briefly came on Instagram live....................



















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    1. RIP to your mama

      Jewelries for burial

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    2. It's her mum's burial and not yours? Mind your business, wtf 😏🀷🏾‍♀️

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  2. Sad,the end of all d wahala on dis earth,so painful cos she is still young,may her soul Rip.

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  3. Mercy I hope for old times sake u stood by ur friend at this time, forget those rubbish competition and b by her side.
    Rip mummy iyabo

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    1. Surprisingly, Toyin & Fatiha Balogun were there life. Any need harboring bitterness in ds life? It takes away ur peace each time u remember or see that person.

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  4. People are so addictive to social media, she still has time to post on IG. Na wao

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    1. What do you expect, pesin wey come online to announce that her mom falsified her age, the social media addiction is something else. RIP to the mother.

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    2. Samurai, the thing no shock you?She couldn't even concentrate and bury her mother. They must use everything as show off, even death. God have mercy on this generation.

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    3. I'm surprised too, came online briefly

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    4. E shock me too, but we all grief differentlyπŸ™„.
      Hiaaaaan πŸ₯΄πŸ˜

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    5. Does it occur to you that she might have a social media handler,

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  5. Rest in peace mama.

    World people and social Media..see how they're all busy with their phones so as to upload on sm.when I bury my papa where I see eyes for phone..wey my eyes don swell up for crying.continue to RIP my lovely dad😭

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    1. I didn’t even know where my phone was. Infact the photographer was just getting me in passing. No real focus cos I was in another mode. When you suddenly realise you are now a certified orphan, pictures are far from my mind jare. .
      May the mum’s soul rest in peace.

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  6. Lifeeee!!! One minute you are here, the next you are no more.
    May her soul rest in peace.

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  7. Covid-19 is still around!!

    There is no point wearing a mask, if you are going to wear it under your chin, or just over your mouth.
    The virus travels through your respiratory tract...hence the need to cover BOTH the mouth and nose with a mask!!

    J.J.Rawlings attended his mum's funeral and followed her 3 weeks later, after catching it at her burial. Please be cautious!

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    1. True nigerians are careless with this

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  8. May her soul rest in peace, amen. But she just passed, how were they able to pull this off so fast including the sewing of asoebi?

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    1. It's iro and buba, caftan for men. Not difficult at all.

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  9. RIP Iya, iyabo.

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  10. Hmm! Briefly came online? Na wa ooo. On my Father's burial day, i did know where my phone, i didn't taste anything. Maybe to show the other Aunty who lost her father 2years back and nobody knew when she buried him cos they say dem no get house for Benin. May God grant eternal rest

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    1. Hmmmmmm, all this show off na pepper dem gang. It's very obvious πŸ₯΄πŸ˜πŸ™„

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  11. I still don’t get d ideology of lavishing money on d burial of a dead person, is it an excuse for the living to socialize because it does practically nothing for the dead

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    1. Yes, it's for the living. You have to host your guests that attend from different parts of the country and sometimes abroad.
      Nothing wrong with that at all.

      I am Igbo, though burial rites have been cut down in my State to 4 days (Thursday to Sunday) , we still prepare well to host guests, age grades, in-laws, cousins (nwadiana) who also come well-prepared to pay condolence.
      We cannot throw away our traditions same way we keep our traditional marriage though a lot of unnecessary things have been cut down.

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    2. It's her mum's burial and her choice. It's not your money but their money.
      Look at the pictures and move on πŸ₯΄πŸ˜πŸ™„πŸ€·πŸΎ‍♀️

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  12. She came online briefly to let her fans participate or for reasons best known to her.

    Please, you can't tell people how to mourn.
    At the moment I'm at a client's mom's burial 'party' and they rented a giant marquee with live band with a celebrity MC. Maybe their late mom loved to party in her lifetime and lived well. Some even write it in their Will or say so before their demise. 🀷‍♀️

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  13. What if the mom told them not to mourn but celebrate her.
    I would guess the mom lived a good life and with her.
    So let’s her be world people

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