“Please don’t tag me to any bad news” – Mr Macaroni begs his followers

Popular skit maker, Mr Macaroni has urged fans not to tag him any negative report for the next one week.

The actor-cum-activist said he is mentally exhausted and working on his mental well-being.

“Please don’t tag me to any bad news for the next one week. I’m working on my mental health,” he tweeted.

He is best known for his Instagram comedy videos, where he plays the role of a “sugar daddy“. He is known for the phrases “Ooin” and “You are doing well”.

Nigeria has within the week witnessed events of jail breaks with over 600 inmates and terrorists on the run in the nations capital, ABUJA.

But beyond his skits, he has been a frontline activist urging his followers to report cases of police brutality.

Macaroni, had been arrested by personnel of the Nigerian Police Force during #OccupyLekkitollgate protest in Lagos.

Adebayo was seen detained in a Black Maria in a live video on his Instagram page. A Black Maria is a police vehicle for transporting prisoners.

The comedian was arrested alongside other protesters in the early hours of Saturday and his live streaming from the Lekki tollgate was stopped as police officers snatched his phone away from him.

The Nigerian Government and police has said they would not tolerate another #Endsars protest in the country.

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