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I Didn’t Abandon My Late Mother’s Grave –Mide Martins

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I Didn’t Abandon My Late Mother’s Grave –Mide Martins

Actress Mide Martins has refuted reports that she left the grave of her late mother, Funmi Martins, unkept despite planning a massive 20th remembrance for her.

The stunning actress debunked the allegations in a new recent chat with City People. She noted that she celebrates and remembers her mother yearly according to her capacity.

She said; “I honestly can’t kill myself, I know what I am doing and I don’t need to start explaining what I have done to people. This same boy they claimed I abandoned, I know what I have done for him.

“Whatever people like, let them say. I am trying my very best, I am also human and it is not as if I have everything, but the little I have I am doing my best. I still have a father and I am doing my best. Nobody cares about how he is feeding, I still have another younger brother, I have children too, so there are responsibilities for me here and there, but some people are just there to bring you down once they just hear a gist, they won’t even reason with that person in question and even think about other personal things that person is doing too. I am still doing the little I can do, will I kill myself?

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“Then all these stories about doing party, I don’t know about it.

“Do you know how I celebrate my mum yearly?

“Where will I get money to call Wasiu to celebrate 20 years of remembrance, won’t my children eat. Don’t I have other pressing issues and responsibilities? I am a hustler, who is always on the move, where do I have time for listening to rumours? People always call my attention to most of this social media drama.

“My mum’s 20th remembrance is May next year, please tell me where I am going to get money to pay Kwam 1 with the situation on ground.

“Is it not when you have plenty you can afford Wasiu? Me, that I am managing myself?

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“I celebrate my mum yearly but I don’t make noise about it. I can even send this year’s remembrance video to your Whatsaap to prove I do it yearly without noise, because I know my responsibility and know what I need to do yearly to remember my mum, like prayers, giving alms, which I do, so because I don’t put it up on social media am a bad child.

“I know people who I invite for prayers yearly for my late mum, and people I give alms for mum’s sake, so these people that are shouting, what do they do, at least I have videos to prove this. I want to see things they do for her.

“Has anyone ever organised any prayer in her honour? If I am doing the right thing or wrong thing let them leave me to God to judge. It is only God that can judge us all.

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“When it is time for her 20th-year remembrance, I will celebrate it however God blesses me, I won’t go and borrow to remember my mum. I am the first child, however, I choose to remember my mum is definitely my business.

“I can’t afford Kwam 1 fees, whichever way I decide to celebrate my mum is my business. The most important thing the dead needs is prayers. I do things the dead need yearly without missing it. I have proofs, let them bring their own out.

“I can’t please everybody because I am human, so I will continue to do my best and leave the rest. I won’t do anything on social media to convince anybody otherwise. I am doing my responsibilities as Funmi Martins daughter. I am a hustler and I am doing the necessary things I need to do for the dead and not for social media drama.”

 

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