Chidi Mokeme Expresses Heartfelt Gratitude to 2Baba As He Reminisces About Their Early Days

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Veteran Nollywood actor Chidi Mokeme has taken to his Instagram page to shower praise on legendary Nigerian musician 2Baba.

In a touching message to the singer, the actor said it is not 2baba’s birthday.

Mokeme added that he wanted to give him his flowers.

He spoke glaringly about the singer’s modesty and enthusiasm for singing.

He wrote:

A King Who’s Most Comfortable Showing Up Without His Crown.
The Embodiment of Humility
Since that very first day we met in 042, all those thirty-something years ago, when we were running the town with “Two-Point Entertainment”, later “Two Can Play Entertainment”, hosting campus shows and gigs at Moore House & Forum Night Club, you have remained true to yourself.
I remember clearly,…. “I just wan sing, I just want climb stage make I entertain the people. Na the only thing wey dey make me happy.” before you got on stage that night, and boy, did you demolish the stage. I knew you were born to do this. The many many many special times we have spent together since, in different parts of the world, have reinforced your conviction and mastery. And nobody hails me, in that special way that only you do
Sometimes, I wish you weren’t so humble.
Other times, I wish we were all as humble as you.
So much I want to say and could have said, as I celebrate you today, and no it’s not your birthday, but why try when I saw a post the other day by @emmaugolee who’s captured your essence way better than I could? (Y’all go and check out that post on Emma’s Page).
So this post is just for me, myself and I, and all those to whom it may ‘kwansign’ to add well-deserved flowers to your garden
You Are A True Pathfinder!
All Hail The King @official2baba
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Meanwhile, Nigerian filmmaker and former actor, Deyemi Okanlawon, recently revealed his final conversation with the late Jumoke Aderounmi, who tragically passed away at the age of 40 a few days ago.
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