Wednesday, August 21, 2013
A rep for the recently-separated player has handed out a declaration recounting the impersonators as ‘criminals’, interpreting that they utilized Akindele’s name to open a Facebook account to demanded fee from constituents of the public to take part in movie productions and promotional campaign through her ‘Scene One Production’ business.
The impersonators are said to have gone as far as proposing a range of prizes encompassing Laptops, TV sets and other buyer products.
‘We desire to state that the celebrity player, who has a authentic account, will not demand cash from any person to take part in her video productions or to run her school. Bonafide students of the school pay ONLY to the school’s account (Scene One output) and not her individual account. meantime, constituents of the public should note that in due course, registration to the school of drama will commence’, the statament from Tofarati Ige of amusement newspapers restricted reads in part.
Celeb impersonation on communal newspapers stages is on the increase, with latest victims encompassing Wizkid, Banky W, Segun Arinze and now Funke Akindele.