Veteran Nollywood actor, Adewale Alebiosu, who is popular for playing ‘Babalawo’ or ‘native doctor’ in Yoruba movies, has revealed how reciting some incantations in movies affected his life.
Naija News reports that the actor, while speaking to BBC in an interview, said he never knew that there were so many repercussions to the incantations he was delivering in movies.
According to Adewale, he sees some strange beings that would turn into goats and start biting him at night after acting in movies.
Alebiosu warned that the upcoming Nollywood stars who want to play the role of Ifa priest or Babalawo should be very careful so they don’t end up miserably.
He said: “I never knew there was so much more to the incantations I was delivering. I thought I was just delivering my lines, not knowing there are repercussions to follow.
“Whenever I get home after the act, while I sleep I would see some strange beings and some would turn to goats and start biting me.
“I’m saying this to warn the upcoming generation so that they don’t end up regretting their lives or ending up miserably”
Lateef Adedimeji Escapes Death
Meanwhile, popular Nigerian actor, Lateef Adedimeji has appreciated God for sparing his life following a failed car break incident that almost took his life.
The actor whose first wedding anniversary is only days away recounted his ordeal after expressing a mechanical failure.
In a post via his Instagram page, Adefimeji further expressed his gratitude to God for coming through for him and his family.
This article was originally published on Naija News