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Sunday, 10 February 2019

Seyi Law apologizes to wife for expensive joke suggesting that they are exes

A comedian Seyi Law, submitted an apology to his wife for his costly prank that has made his Instagram followers and local media to think that they have separated.
Seyi Law confirmed that a prank he recently pulled on Instagram has caused his wife Stacey Aletile, to feel embarrassed but he has apologized for the bad call. [Instagram/seyilaw1]

In the early hours of Sunday, February 10, 2019, he shared via his profile a confusing post that suggested that they have broken up.

He later published another which saw him confirm a deliberate attempt to share fake news. It seemed an effort to promote a show he plans to hold later in the year but now he is sorry for the extravagance.

"I need to apologise to my wife who found the joke highly embarrassing and way out of line," Seyi Law expressed in the new post. Already on Twitter, the impact of the error is already manifesting.



Disappointed and trusting fans

Many profiles have believed the misleading IG post but one is particularly disappointed as Seyi Law's reputation being a celebrity is brought to question.

"So Seyi Law has lost relevance to the point of going this low to trend?," a profile @theslickguy asks in a tweet. The saddening feeling of another split involving a public figure also hovered in the mind of another observer.





Discouraging fake news

The fake news menace is a security threat in Nigeria where voters are getting ready to elect new leaders in about a week. This is because of its harmful impact which can include violence due to potential sentiments about a report.

Facebook has been proactive about discouraging the continuous spread of false information. It has developed partnerships with the local media in the country including one with Pulse.

On Monday, January 28, 2019, the social media company engaged the reporters at Africa's leading news publisher in a workshop held at Pulse headquarters in Lagos, to discuss Facebook community standard that can help curb fake news if adhered to.

The effort to make this happen -- preventing the dispersal of made-up stories, must come from everyone including celebrities.












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