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‘My God will judge you’ Actor Lateef Adedimeji reacts as his throwback photo surface online

Lateef Adedimeji

Nollywood actor Lateef Adedimejii has expressed displeasure after a throwback photo of him in secondary school surfaced online.

A page on the microblogging platform Twitter shared a throwback of Lateef Adedimeji alongside his recent photo urging young people never to stop doing what they know best.

Amazed at Lateef Adedimeji’s transformation, the handler wrote: When there’s life there is hope. Never stop, keep doing what you know best to do. What a transformation.

Before the glitz and glamour that many celebrities are known today, many also had ugly pasts and experiences before they came to the limelight.

Reacting to the post, Lateef Adedimeji said God would judge Twitter people for making a mockery of him.

My God will judge you Twitter people. Just want you all to see what they are doing to me ni ooo. Deleting soon. Ok bye.

Kemi Filani News recalls Lateef Adedimeji recently revealed his last movie project, ‘Ayinla’, changed many things about him, and he’s not shy to talk about it.

Sharing a recent interview on his Instagram page, Lateef Adedimeji averred that there’s something about a dream that can be thrilling, especially when the realisation comes suddenly.

Lateef Adedimeji said he has always wanted to appear on the screen of veteran Nollywood actor Tunde Kelani, and he is grateful to God to be honoured with such opportunity to relieve the Ayinla Omowura character.

According to the actor, Ayinla is a dream come true for him, adding that he still has goosebumps each time he sees himself on a post about the movie project.

He wrote: There’s something about dreams that can really be thrilling, especially when the realization comes suddenly, Ayinla has changed a lot about me and I will never be too shy to talk about it…

From the part where I’d always wanted to appear on Baba mi TKelani’s screen, to being honored with the opportunity to relive the Ayinla Omowura character, and now to future opportunities, all I can say is Alhamdulilai.

Everything I said in this interview is absolutely correct, it was indeed a dream come true, I still have goose bumps till today each time I see myself on a post about the movie project, it will be a part of me forever…

Lol I remember where I started from and how bleak it looked then, how I had to wait for opportunities and how I had to double up to grab them whey they came, mhen I am grateful to God.

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