Kanayo o Kanayo ‘curses’ those who have been calling him a ritualist

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Nollywood actor, Kanayo O Kanayo is not happy at how he is being constantly called a ritualist mainly out of his movie roles.

Kanayo O Kanayo says no one should call him a ritualist as according to him, his personality is different from his acting character.

Kanayo O Kanayo took to live Instagram to jab such people after his ‘Don’tLeaveMe’ challenge received comments referring to him as a deep cultist.

In the live video on Instagram, Kanayo explained that he isn’t mad but wants to clear such a notion from the public domain.

As a reminder, Anayo Modestus Onyekwere is a Nigerian actor. In 2006 he won the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. In 1992, Kanayo made his debut movie appearance in the film Living in Bondage. Kanayo has starred in over 100 films.

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