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 Tuesday, December 27, 2022.
The late Adebayo was buried and the course of his death is unknown.
The actors who used their Instagram accounts showed images of the deceased with crying emojis, expressing their emotions.
Actress Bimbo Thomas wrote: “Sir Kay, you weren’t just a senior mate or brother to me, you were my man, my inner core…words fail me oloun this was not the plan oloun this was not.”
Furthermore, Femi Adebayo said: “RIP Mr. Kay! May Allah comfort the families you left behind.”
Similarly, Wunmi Toriola wrote, “This is a heavy blow… I last saw him at an event, he was so full of life… This is really sad.
“Sir K, Ha erin wo, may God rest in his soul and give his family strength to bear this great loss. Oma I know oooo it hurts but who can question God?
Veteran actor Taiwo Hassan, popularly known as “Ogogo,” said, “Good evening, Mr. K. Words fail me. Truly, death is a debt that we all owe. Orun dakun ma kanju mo, gbogbo wa lanbo”.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the late Adebayo, the father of renowned parody creator, Abidemi Adebayo, popularly known as “Isbae U”, was noted for playing the role of “bad guy” in films and also he was known for his various jargons and puns. (YAYA)