Like colleague Etinosa Idemudia, Kevin has chided his colleagues for recording their ‘fake grieve’ for the world to see.

Actor Kevin Uvo took to his social media on Saturday, August 27 to shade some of his colleagues in the movie industry who according to him, are a leading a fake life.

In a post shared on his Instagram page, Kevin said that some of his colleagues will lose a loved one and start “form crying” just for social media.

Mixed reactions have however trailed his ‘observation’, with a number of netizens claiming Kevin is referring to the late actress, Ada Ameh’s burial and those who turned up. Kevin wrote:

“This nollywood ehn everything na fake life and drama to some people. Some go lost their mama,papa or close relatives, them go even dey form crying just for social media. Who grieves and employ a camera man? Nawa ooooo.

Too many fake people in nollywood I sweardown (No Fu*king apologies) their life’s is on fake cctv.”

See reactions below:

Ada Ameh: some dey do selfie – reactions as Kevin Uvo shades colleagues recording their ‘fake grieve moment’

Ada Ameh: some dey do selfie – reactions as Kevin Uvo shades colleagues recording their ‘fake grieve moment’

Ada Ameh: some dey do selfie – reactions as Kevin Uvo shades colleagues recording their ‘fake grieve moment’

Ada Ameh: some dey do selfie – reactions as Kevin Uvo shades colleagues recording their ‘fake grieve moment’

In a similar post, Nollywood actress, Etinosa Idemudia cautioned her colleagues for recording and sharing videos of their condolence visit to late Ada Ameh’s friend, Empress Njamah.

Her post came hours after a heartbreaking video of Empress crying uncontrollable surfaced online and Nigerian comedienne Warri Pikin also shared a video of her visit to Empress.

While reacting to this, Etinosa in the post shared on Instagram, said people need to drop their phones and cameras and engage in the condolence visit they came for.

Etinosa who many believe was referring to Warri Pikin, claimed that if people are really touched by the sad incident, they would not tell their P.A’s to record them and share such videos on social media for publicity sighting. She wrote:

“I feel we can all drop our phones and cameras and really do the condolence visit we came for. Imagine me seeing someone recording himself or herself coming to my father’s house for condolence. Let’s all be emotional. Sensitive, emotionally involved and emotionally genuine. Not everything is content. Well. I guess we all grieve differently.

“If you are really touched, if it is not just for a publicity sighting for you, you will not have mind telling your P.A hold the camera. As I’m walking in, be recording. Record everybody. She’s crying record her. Then you sat down, edited, and even put the soundtrack. No, it’s offensive. Clout is good business but this one is not nice.”

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