“The God I serve will judge you” Actor Saidi Balogun calls out Kiekie and Wumi Toriola

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Yoruba actor Saidi Balogun has playfully teased actress Wumi Toriola and comedian Kiekie by sharing a picture from a movie set where Wumi Toriola appears to have a baby bump. He humorously questioned how he could be the father of her unborn child, saying,

“@kie_kie__ God will judge you, and @wumitoriola, I didn’t come, you didn’t come, so how did pregnancy happen?”

His post garnered laughing emojis from fans, and they joined in on the playful banter.

One fan wrote,

I didn’t come, she didn’t come, how come a child is here?

while another added, “Daddy, if you didn’t come, how did Wunmi get pregnant?”

Saidi Balogun’s sense of humor was appreciated by his followers.

A few days ago, Saidi Balogun posted a profound message on his Instagram page that elicited reactions from his fans. In his post, Saidi Balogun emphasized that haters only notice the problems in your life because they are unaware of the private struggles you go through. He expressed empathy for those whose strength has waned due to a lack of love and support but commended those who appreciate and love them.

In another post, Saidi Balogun penned a heartfelt message to Money, urging it to stay with him. He made it clear that he doesn’t subscribe to the notion that money is the root of all evil, defending money’s reputation and pointing out that some people unfairly give it a bad name.

In a heartfelt message, Saidi Balogun extended an invitation to Money, urging it to come and stay with him and his fans. Notably, in the previous year, Saidi Balogun had called for protective measures to be implemented to safeguard actors in the industry.

His concern was sparked by a viral video showing actor Taiwo Hassan, popularly known as Ogogo, being harassed in Ilaro. Saidi Balogun expressed his frustration, questioning when such unwarranted harassment of artists would cease, given its increasing absurdity.

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