“Humanity don finish” – Verydarkman finally speaks on Junior Pope’s death, calls for arrest of eyewitness Stanley Ontop (Video)

Social media activist, Martins Otse Vincent, popularly known as Verydarkman, has shared his two cents on the tragic passing of popular Nollywood actor, Junior Pope.

It is the no more news that the 39-year-old movie star, Junior Pope, lost his life alongside his young makeup artist and his colleague in a boat accident on their way from a movie location in Anambra state.

However, Verydarkman, known for his bold personality, took to his Instagram page as he revealed that Pope died due to the negligence of the people present at the scene.

Subsequently, he called for the arrest of eyewitness and movie producer, Stanley Ontop, over his actions towards the actor instead of rushing him to hospital after he drowned.

Verydarkman asserted that Stanley should be detained for two months because he chose to invite a native doctor, which led Junior Pope’s tragic death.

It’s worth noting that Stanley Ontop confirmed the sudden passing of Junior Pope, who was said to drown inside the river.

Verydarkman said, “Nigerian Police should arrest Eyewitness Stanley Ontop with Immediate Effect and detain him for 2 Months, Why did you Guys Call A Native Doctor, Instead of you guys to have used that Valuable time to Rush Jnr Pope to The hospital, Then after The Native Doctor made Jnr Pope to Inhale toxic Smoke He now advised you guys to take Jnr Pope to the Hospital.

Watch the video below:

Social media users shared their thoughts via comment section. Some reactions are shown below:

usendollar said, “If vdm is always making sense button ❤ he said nothing but facts !”

tania_cuppy520 said, “They should also Arrest you for driving & making video at the same time cuz it’s against the law….EWE🐐🐐”.

p__pounds said, “His is making a lot of sense button >>>>”

kingcokes said, “E don start! Cho Cho Cho! Main character syndrome at play 🤦🏽”.

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