Fans of Nollywood actress Kemi Afolabi have showered her with prayers after she revealed what made her sick in a day.
Kemi Afolabi, on her Instagram page, lamented the stress she went through after attending two events of her colleagues on the same day.
The actress shared a video that captured her in the company of her newfound bestie, Mercy Aigbe, at Iyabo Ojo and her children’s store launching and the Adeniyi Johnson’s twins’ ceremony.
Kemi Afolabi asked her fans how they were able to cope with attending two events on the same day, stating she is sick from not resting in between. She, however, congratulated Iyabo Ojo, Adeniyi Johnson, and Seyi Edun for their celebrations.
She wrote: Two events in one day abeg how una dey run am wallahi mo ti sick.
Congratulations to my baby girl for life, @iyaboojofespris, on the opening of another outlet for you and the children, your store is super huge and sexy! More wins, darling.
@adeniyijohnson @i_am_shai Congratulations once again, my people, ALIHAMDULILAH it was a success.
Concerned fans took to Kemi Afolabi’s timeline to shower her with prayers, while others commended her lovely character and beauty with heartwarming words.
One Lifeofbigwiz wrote: Sickness gat nothing on you, ma.
One Allabout wrote: Don’t sick ma
One Layohtouch wrote: @kemiafolabiadesipe we are here together to rock till old age period Beautiful you darling.
Kemi Afolabi opens up on her discovery of lupus
A year ago, Kemi Afolabi opened up on her discovery of lupus and what she had been through.
The beautiful Yoruba actress made this known to the public via an interview with media personality Chude Jideonwo, where she disclosed that she had been diagnosed with lupus and had just five more years to live.
“I have lupus. It’s not curable. You just have to take medications for the rest of your life. At a point I was exhausted after spending so much, I said i will stop and just wait for death to come ….but I brazed up for my daughter and have to continue spending the N1.2 million on the medication doze weekly to survive….I have sold my cars, property, capital for business etc…..and Funke Akindele has been helpful, Toyin Abraham, Mercy Aigbe and others reached out and have been there…but I still need more support to be able to continue with my medication…”.