Nollywood actor Adams Kehinde, popularly known as Lege Miami, is facing a distressing situation as his landlady has served him an eviction notice.
The actor, who previously faced controversy due to his support for President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and making derogatory remarks about Eastern Nigerians during the elections, is now experiencing the repercussions.
His landlady, who happens to be from the East, has given him a 7-day ultimatum to vacate the property.
Lege Miami took to his Instagram page to express his lamentation, feeling shocked and uncertain about where to go next.
He shared his feelings, saying, “They have given me notice. They gave me 7 days to vacate the house, I haven’t seen this before. Where do I go now? My landlady just served me a quit notice.”
Lege Miami is in distress as he faces legal action from Mr. Macaroni, who is suing him for 50 million over defamatory comments made on social media.
Months ago, Lege Miami faced another unfortunate situation when Mr. Macaroni filed a 50 million lawsuit against him for making defamatory comments on social media.
The actor took to Instagram to share the news with the public, where he also mentioned reaching out to Falana and Falana’s chambers, who issued the lawsuit. In an attempt to mitigate the situation, Lege Miami stated that he and Mr. Macaroni were friends and believed the skit maker didn’t mean any harm by his statements.
In a video, Lege Miami expressed his admiration for Mr. Falana and assured that he would personally visit him. He encouraged Mr. Falana not to worry about their disagreements, as they were friends and would resolve their issues privately.