– Funke Akindele recently gave her fans on social media something to laugh about
– The actress shared some funny videos from her trip to Dubai with colleague Eniola Badmus
– Funke teasingly noted that they should go back to the country again and bring some fans along
It appears Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele-Bello, is itching to visit Dubai again months after returning from the country.
The comic actress recently took to her page on Instagram with some videos showing some fun moment she shared with friend and colleague, Eniola Badmus, during the trip.
One of the videos captured Eniola singing a gospel song and Funke trolled her by saying she made it sound like a fuji song.
In another clip, the Jenifa actress was spotted in her colleague’s hotel room. She complained about the high temperature of the air condition in the room and Eniola told her to return to her own room.
Eniola was also spotted twerking in another video as Funke sang behind the camera.
Sharing the video with fans, the actress told her friend that they should visit the country again.
She, however, added that they should bring some fans along on the trip this time around.
Watch the funny videos below:
Fans and some colleagues in the entertainment industry were spotted reacting in the actress’ comment section.
Read what some of them had to say below:
“It’s the second slide for me… I don over watch am sef.”
“Love ur frndship.”
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“What?! @funkejenifaakindele Thanks for this. It brought tears to my eyes. The sweetest thing I have seen or heard online this week. I will rise up and be normal God bless you @eniola_badmus.”
“I love your friendship.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the actress in an Instagram post appreciated Nigerians for their love.
Funke said she and her husband, JJC Skillz, worked hard and waited patiently for a lot of things. She also used the opportunity to encourage her followers to keep working hard.
Source: Legit Nigeria