Nigerians Were Deceived To Believe I Am Gay—Afolayan

By Ikenga Chronicles June 24, 2018

Nigerians Were Deceived To Believe I Am Gay—Afolayan

Popular actor, Aremu Afolayan has explained how he deceived Nigerians to make them hold the thought that he is was gay.

He made this claim after a picture had gone viral on his social media page where he was seen pecking a fellow guy.

Afolayan explained that “I went to a store with a friend to pick up a wristwatch I had been paying for, in instalments. My friend was taking pictures when I told him that we should cause trouble on social media with a picture of me pecking him.

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“When I posted the picture, it went viral within 15 minutes. In fact, we were still in the store when the picture went viral. I was shocked that Nigerians would even conceive the idea that I am gay because I love women.

“Anybody can be gay and I mean no disrespect to them but as for me, the picture was just done for publicity stunt. I never knew it would go viral that fast.

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“People call me a gigolo; how come I do not have money? I know a lot of people that are gigolos and they are doing fine. If they say I am an actor and gigolo, why would I have to sell a car in order to afford another car?

“I do not have to convince anyone; when I know that at the end of the day, I would not waste my time convincing you about anything. You can think about anything you like but I am not here to convince anyone,” Afolayan added.

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