Femi Adebayo has received praise for being like a nice father by playing handball with his twin sons, which has been observed.
Femi Adebayo posted a video of himself playing with his twins and claimed that despite his hectic schedule, he still makes time for them.
Sharing the video, he wrote: You think they will tell me they are not playing again and I will agree after the stunts pulled? Anyways, out of no time, we still create time for time out👨👦👦❤️ #tgif
In response, his supporters praised his behaviour in the comment area.
news recall that Nigerians have responded to Kunle Afolayan’s Instagram picture that showed his children’s endearing expressions after he paid their school fees.
The numerous award-winning actor and film director posted images of his kids’ Instagram messages, which stunned many with their sweet responses to their father’s duties.
Kunle Afolayan uploaded screenshots of the moments his kids prayed for him after he had taken care of their tuition.
A pleased Kunle Afolayan posted the screenshots online and added, “After paying school tuition.”
Many people expressed their gratitude in Kunle Afolayan’s comment section for how his kids called him “baami” or “baba mi.”
One Funkkie wrote: “God bless you, my brother. Oda owo ko nii da e.”
One Tolu Adetayo wrote: “See Awon omo to Mo Oore! God bless you, sir!”
You will also recalled that Kunle Afolayan, a well-known actor and film producer, posted on his official social media account to commemorate his daughter’s 17th birthday. Kunle posted photographs of a cute film set. His kid made her first appearance in the recently released film, and despite having an artificial tribe mark, she looks stunning.
My daughter, Eyiyemi, is 17 years old, his caption reads. Happy birthday, sweetheart. Fans and celebrities expressed their admiration for her beauty online in response to these cute images. They also sent birthday greetings, shout-outs, and compliments to her.
Famous people have sent love emojis, including Bukunmi Oluwasina, Hakeem Effect, Ronke Oshodi-Oke, Muyiwa Ademola, Adebimpe Oyebade, Femi Adebayo, Jumole Odetola, Salawa Abeni, Bolanle Babs, Funke Etti, and Rachel Adelaja.