Gbenga Adeyinka apologises for Baba Sala’s false death claim

Gbenga Adeyinka apologises for Baba Sala’s false death claim

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Added by November 30, 2017

Popular Nigerian comedian, Gbenga Adeyinka has apologised to Nigerians for posting a false claim that veteran comedian, Moses Adejumo, popularly known as Baba Sala was dead.

Gbenga Adeyinka issued the apology via his Instagram page where he had earlier made the untrue claim.

“Good evening please DISREGARD the news of Baba Sala’s demise. The source has since recanted. So sorry for the misinformation.

“Feeling very stupid that I just took his word for it. Sorry again,” the standup comedian wrote.

Gbenga Adeyinka apologises for starting Baba Sala death rumour

Adeyinka’s untrue claim was deleted soon after it was posted, but many blogs had published it as the gospel truth without verifying from the family of Baba Sala.

Adeyinka had earlier posted, ” “????????????
AN ICON IS GONE.. WE LOST HIM??????? What a Great Loss !!! THE ACE COMEDIAN
MOST SENIOR APOSTLE . MOSES ADEJUMO Popularly Known As
BABA SALA Died 3 hours ago.
May his gentle soul rest in peace.”

Gbenga Adeyinka apologises for starting Baba Sala death rumour

However, one of Baba Sala’s sons, Emanuel Adejumo, had dismissed the story as false.

He said “It is not true that Baba is dead. He is alive and he doesn’t even have a stroke.

“I don’t know where those peddling the death rumour got it from.”

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